Noteable is a cloud-based computational notebook service developed by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh, that provides access to the most commonly used computational notebooks including Python and R. Notebooks available within Noteable can be accessed directly through your Virtual Learning Environment and come with a large number of libraries and extensions already set up. Noteable also comes with an auto-grading feature enabling teachers to set assignments for a class of learners with defined rules around automated marking of the code that the learner has written.
Talis Elevate is a collaborative annotation tool that builds discussion activity directly into heart of resources used in teaching, spanning text based documents, image based content, audio, video, digitisations, and 3rd party content like YouTube.
Students can engage in different ways; privately, collaboratively, anonymously, emotively, supporting a variety of student preferences to resource usage, lowering barriers to entry for student engagement.
Underpinning all of this, Talis Elevate provides new levels of analytical insight for academics and students, helping academics make informed decisions in real time around their teaching practice, learn more about student interaction, and to identify who may need more support.
Please go to https://talis.com/talis-elevate/ to find out more.
Vevox is the award-winning live polling and Q&A app designed to increase student engagement and knowledge retention through interaction. Accessible on any smartphone, tablet or computer,Vevox is a simple to use Student Response System (SRS) for your online, hybrid or face to face classes. Vevox helps educators to gain instant student feedback, test knowledge, increase participation and above all, give every student a voice. Used in 150+ countries by over 1500 businesses and educational institutions, winner of the 2018 Bett Award for higher education and the highest independently rated SRS systemon the market (4.8 out of 5 on Trustpilot.)
The Open Access movement has changed the world of publishing forever. As Open Access publishing evolves and gains momentum, traditional publishing houses have a hard time keeping up. The need for author-friendly, flexible and highly configurable systems, has left many publishers in the backwaters. More and more academic societies are now turning to open source technologies to manage digital publishing on their own. And that is where Open Academia comes in.
Open Academia is ALT’s publishing partner for Research in Learning Technology.
The Positive Internet Company (www.positive-internet.com) has been an innovative open-technology company since 1998. Focusing on high-end hosting with second-to-none customer support, we own and operate our own data center near Cambridge, UK with hundreds of our own servers (almost all running Debian). We host and maintain a variety of systems, many of these are fully managed by the Positive technical team. In addition to working with some big and interesting corporations (including major financial organizations and media groups) and household names (British celebrities like Ricky Gervais and Stephen Fry), we host none other than the father of Free Software himself, Richard M. Stallman.