Sydney, Australia: After rounds of educator design input, feedback and user testing, Rev School platform launched this month for teachers, schools and school jurisdictions. Presented with a mobile device responsiveness upgrade, Rev School represents years of research and development. Rev School delivers a one-of-a-kind integrated class Web conferencing and learning environment that supports excellent teaching and drives student participation. Student no longer ‘just listen along’ in remote or hybrid lesson sessions. Learn more at rev-school.com
Sydney, Australia: Following on from Rev learning platform user testing in the K-12 and home tutoring segments, World Mosaic began consultations with higher education providers to assess Rev’s capabilities as a quality digital learning environment for adult learners. Called Rev Campus, the version for higher education and other course-based education providers is available for evaluation. Find out more at worldmosaic.co/rev and contact us if your institution would like to participate in a needs-assessment. This is a developing story.
Sydney, Australia: Following ongoing development and user trials, World Mosaic’s team delivered a new version of its Rev School platform to provide an even better user experience with respect to adaptive assessment, taxonomy-based learning progressions, mastery reporting, formal and informal assessment and accelerated progression capabilities. Learn more at rev-school.com or at worldmosaic.co/rev.
Newcastle, NSW Australia: World Mosaic interviewed stakeholders and produced a video case study setting out the capbilities of the Linius video virtualisation technology for video archive sector. The case study outlines the application of the innovative Linius technology by GLAMx lab at the University of Newcastle. The case study video was developed to support Linius’ engagement with the archive sector. Linius offers the sector the ability to personalise access to archival video content in ways not previously possible. Learn about…
Melbourne, Australia: World Mosaic ran a series of edtech start up business reviews, providing high-level feedback and strategy support to assist the startups in their quest for growth, sustainability and investment. The sessions were valued by investors, board and management representatives and related to a wide range of edtech product categories. Learn more about our services to the edtech sector at worldmosaic.co/private
Sydney, Australia: World Mosaic was commissioned by a leading Australasian actuary industry association and institute to review and provide expert advice on their education offering, strategy, curriculum and assessment design. The review included interviews and an analysis of current syllabus, content, strategies, assessment, policies and digitisation. Learn more about our work in the education sector at worldmosaic.co/case-studies
Canberra, Australia: World Mosaic representatives attended the annual conference of the Australian Society of Archivists, investigating opportunities for the application of new video virtualisation technologies for the video archive and wider ‘GLAM’ sector. The conference highlighted the challenge of competing priorities to advance digitisation while seeking to enhance access capabilities for the community. Learn more about our services to edtech providers at worldmosaic.co/private
Gold Coast, Australia: World Mosaic collaborated with academics from Bond University and Western Sydney University to conceptualise a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) research project for Australian Research Council evaluation. Members of the World Mosaic team met with university stakeholders at Bond University on Australia’s Gold Coast, enjoying the opportunity to support a local indigenous arts and education celebration. Learn more about World Mosaic’s education thought leadership at worldmosaic.co/blog
Vaxjo, Sweden: World Mosaic’s founder and director, Mark Lamont, met with the board and senior management at IST AB for several days to discuss strategy, including important opportunities for international expansion, particularly in the K-12 market and related @home segments. World Mosaic and IST AB have enjoyed many collaborations over the years, reaching into various global education markets. Learn more about IST’s important work at ist.com
Chennai, India: World Mosaic’s Australian and India-based teams met to celebrate and advance developments with the Rev school learning platform, particularly in light of trial feedback from NSW Australia. Rev School functional enhancements were accelerated through a series of intense sprints, improving the fidelity and capabilities of the learning and teaching environment. Find out more about Rev at worldmosaic.co/rev