Moodle is the world’s most used open source learning platform. With a big community of educators and researchers, Moodle’s goal is to improve the quality and efficiency of education globally. With over 100,000 registered sites and more than 160 million users worldwide, Moodle’s innovative software and services support the education and training needs of many organisations around the world. It powers institutions like the United Nations or the UK Government, companies like Google, Shell and international universities, K-12 and Higher Education schools worldwide. In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible tools for online learning and open collaboration. Moodle’s mission is supported by their network of over 80 certified Moodle Partners that can provide technical support, customisation, hosting and all Moodle-related services to help with organisations e-learning project.
Edulai is the result of years of experience and research in online
university teaching and learning.Edulai is an intelligent assistant supporting lecturers and helping students to develop 21st century skills through formative feedback. Edulai assess students’ skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, leadership, interculturalism through an initial appraisal and then through students’ writing. Edulai suggests individual high quality targeted resources for improvement. Several national and international students have already
used Edulai and it has now been been cited as case study in NESTA UK Educ-AI-tion Rebooted 2019 report (p.42) and it has been selected as project exemplar included in the Artificial Intelligence section of the Educause 2019 Horizon Report. (p.28). For more information visit
our website at www.smarthink.eu/edulai
Grasple helps educators around the world to collaborate and build on top of each other’s work to create high quality open online exercises on math and statistics. These exercises are used to practice and in self-tests so students can learn by doing. Students have already answered over 11 million exercises at Grasple.
Grasple is a social enterprise that partners with many universities, such as Delft University of Technology and Utrecht University, to release open exercises, accessible without login for everyone. For this they have been awarded the OEC’s Open Education Award for Excellence 2019. Find their open math & stats exercises at www.grasple.com/open.