When we first ventured out to create a digital tool to improve learning, we noticed that something was missing.
There was no effective digital means for learners to show off the knowledge they’d acquired, with evidence of thought processes, initial sketches, drafts and planning documents. It was difficult for assessors to see the learner ‘in the round.’
So we teamed up with the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London to develop the first evidenced-based assessment platform to capture learner progress.
Some of the world’s most trusted education and accreditation brands got in touch. Language schools, training academies, and universities followed.
We established some powerful partnerships with respected colleges and research departments that continue to this day.
Soon, we realised the impact of our work: not only did assessment become more accurate across a broad spectrum of subjects, attainment higher and learner engagement more powerful, but Digital Assess improved organisational efficiency too.
Since then, we’ve extended our partnerships in the UK and internationally.
Digital development is relentless. That’s why we are continuously innovating and investing in research and development to keep improving outcomes for learners. Know more