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SIIA Names Trendsetters With Traction at EIS

The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the nine ed tech companies to be recognized as “Trendsetters with Traction” during the Education Industry Symposium
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The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the nine ed tech companies to be recognized as “Trendsetters with Traction” during the Education Industry Symposium for the K-12 and higher education technology market. The selected companies will feature their products during general sessions built around the conference theme of “Building the Next Gen Learning Ecosystem.” 

The 2016 Trendsetters with Traction are:

Content Solutions

Readorium - Readorium (for grades 3-8), is a supplemental web-based program that teaches students the comprehension strategies and word-learning skills needed to comprehend substantive, grade-appropriate nonfiction text in science. 

uCertify – uCertify is a highly interactive, cloud-based and device-enabled, course delivery platform which is equally effective for self-paced, instructor-led or blended learning. 

Assessment Solutions

OAT – The provider of TAO, the only commercial-grade Open Source assessment platform in the market, OAT offers a unique perspective on the trends and challenges for next generation assessment systems, including the power and flexibility of online assessments as tools to support personalized learning, and the critical importance of interoperability. 

Fast Bridge Learning – Fast Bridge Learning helps teachers foster greater learning outcomes with evidence-based classroom assessments in math, reading, and behavior. 

Analytics Solutions

Spotlight – Spotlight’s proprietary technology solves a pervasive problem in education: it makes data understandable by converting it to narrative text in printable reports, WebPages or personalized videos.

McGraw-Hill – SmartBook, the adaptive reading and learning experience, identifies and highlights the most impactful content for students to master at a given point in time. 

Management Systems

ClassLink – ClassLink is a one click single sign-on solution that gives students access to everything they need with one password. 

Edsby – Edsby is a cloud-based platform for K-12 that incorporates learning management, data aggregation and insightful analytics. 

EvoText (Ogment) – EvoText is an educational software development house that develops custom eLearning solutions. 

For more information, visit www.siia.net/eis/PROGRAM/12-to-Watch.

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