Students take notes to learn what teachers know. Teachers give tests to learn what students know. Epigrammar developed the first tool to integrate students’ annotations with teachers’ assessments, supporting individualized instruction at scale. On the platform, teachers work with students on shared files— or”Epigrams”. Epigrammar’s patent-pending technology, developed at Princeton University, then captures data on the margins and uses artificial intelligence to illuminate common areas for academic growth. Thus, Epigrammar helps instructors cover concepts, grade assignments and create documents for class, granting administrators a means to debug learning at school.
Mimir is a software company that grows the software engineering workforce. Mimir Classroom, a Mimir product, is a web-based platform that helps higher ed computer science educators scale and automate their classroom content for students through plagiarism detection, autograding and web-based assignments and projects. More than 70 universities have trusted the platform in their CS courses.
Sero! aims to move the assessment community beyond over-reliance on multiple-choice items by providing a knowledge assessment platform based in concept mapping. Recommended by the National Assessment for Educational Progress and used around the world, concept mapping taps higher order thinking abilities that are difficult to measure by other means. Sero! brings much needed efficiency to the process, enabling intuitive authoring and taking and providing visual analytics that show misconceptions and the expansion of understanding over time. Deployed in the cloud and xapi enabled, Sero! is poised to move classrooms and large-scale assessments beyond multiple choice.