Join us for Educate 2017!
A developer and product owner focused conference that will offer attendees deeper insights into the Learnosity APIs and Roadmap. This conference is casual in style, rich in content and we have some free tickets available for Learnosity customers, so please contact us if you are looking for a promo code.
This is our first ever developer event
We’ve been inspired by the amazing products built by our customers – so we thought it was time to get everyone together to exchange ideas, share best practices in API integration and encourage further excellence and innovation.
**Learnosity customers are entitled to 2 free tickets. Please get in touch to get your promotional code.**
Who’s it for?
Educate is primarily aimed at edtech developers & product owners and will have a technical focus, but anyone with an interest in edtech engineering - CTOs, product owners, business analysts - is welcome and will find the event valuable.
Meet and learn from some of the best engineering minds in the sector and share your experiences with your peers. The schedule will be filled with solid content, across a wide range of relevant topics - from accessibility to product design, to architecting for scale.
This is a 1-day event (8.30am – 5pm) and will include a number of presentations and technical workshops. A show & tell will take a close look at some of the recent super-cool products built by our partner developers. And, of course, there will be networking opportunities as well as a social event to round the day up.
We'll also be hosting one-on-one meetings May 3rd and May 5th, where you can take a deep dive into any topic of your choice with one of our engineering team so book early to avoid disappointment.
- 8.30am-9.30am: Registration & networking breakfast
- 9am - 9.30am: Introductory remarks
- 10am - 12.30pm: Breakout sessions/workshops
- 12.30am - 1.30pm: Lunch
- 1:30pm - 5.00pm: Breakout sessions/workshops
- 5.30pm - 7.30pm: Networking reception at the Playwright Irish Pub
Breakout session topics & workshops
How we (and you) can make online products accessible to more users.
How to develop for interoperability standards (QTI, LTI etc)
User & Product Design
Utilising a user-centered design philosophy, from initial idea to live product.
Scalability & Performance
Scaling systems reliably for millions of concurrent users
Developing for mobile first; a look at our experiences
What new features & functionality are coming down the line
Learnosity Case Studies
Learnosity partners sharing what they built
Learnosity Best Practices
How to get the most out of the Learnosity APIs. Common pitfalls to avoid.
Learn more about customizing the Learnosity APIs for your users - both students and authors.
Thinking of implementing an adaptive testing solution? What do you need?
What insight into student performance can be gained from analyzing big data?