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February 2019


We've been busy! Over the last 6 months, as AI technologies have proven their value in more and more areas of education, we have significantly expanded our business offering at Adaptemy.

In addition to our core AI technologies and adaptive learning platform, our teams have recently been involved in:

  • A new Publishing Production toolkit for an educational publisher, focused on single-source publishing and workflow simplicity
  • Bespoke AI algorithms for an online tutoring company, to discover learning patterns and derive a self-learning curriculum map
  • Digital strategy consultancy for an education group looking to leverage trusted brands in new markets
  • Content metadata consultancy to assist a courseware publisher in the discoverability of their content from third-party systems
  • Complete development and implementation of state-of-the-art courseware for a financial services company

Over the next few weeks, we will publish Case Studies to our Resources page to share the more interesting discoveries from these projects.

If any of this strikes a chord with your needs, get in touch to see how we can help you add intelligence to your learning product roadmap.

Enjoy the read,

Conor O'Sullivan, CEO

Events 

London Book Fair
We're back in London again in March for the London Book Fair.
Arrange a meeting
San Diego, California 
The world of edtech converges on sunny San Diego for the 10th annual ASU-GSV conference. Let's meet

Insights


Have you subscribed to
The Future of Schools Podcast?


Episode 9
So how do you build a successful edtech product?

Jon Smith, co-founder and CEO of Pobble, talks to Conor Flynn about the edtech entrepreneurs journey: from the initial idea in the classroom to help teach writing, through all the challenges of building a successful edtech company.
Listen here.


Catch up on previous episodes

Episode 8
Dr. Paula Flynn, professor at the School of Inclusive Education at DCU, discusses the power of student voice in the learning process, and the impact this has on the role of the teacher in the personalised classroom.

Episode 7
Matthew O’Kane, Managing Director of Nexus Investments, lifts the lid
on what a good educational investment looks like.

Episode 6
Mark Twohig, a special education needs (SEN) teacher
in Ireland, explores the meaning, importance and future of SEN.

Episode 5

Topicus Onderwijs B.V. MD Kees Mastenbroek
on the adoption of technology in Dutch schools.


Listen and subscribe to the podcast.

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