Amesite, an artificial intelligence software company providing online learning ecosystems for business, higher education, and K-12, announced the release of its new Course Manager capability, that enables schools and businesses to quickly and easily upload courses for remote use without the need for technical assistance.
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“It’s clear that schools need flexibility when it comes to providing remote-learning options to their students and businesses need solutions to start upskilling their workforce to meet the needs of the new economy,” Amesite CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry said. “Developing this platform so that we could reach more schools and businesses who need this kind of help is the natural progression of our business. And it fits with our ethos that high-quality education should be made as accessible and as affordable to as many people as possible.”
Since its inception in 2017, Amesite has worked closely with the private sector and a number of K-12 schools and colleges to provide remote learning options, a need that has only increased in the last year. Many schools that are looking to put their entire curriculum online have been stymied by the need for onerous, hands-on support. Amesite’s new Course Manager allows those who are looking to quickly get courses online the ability to do so, even if they have no technical experience.
“We developed this platform to be able to be used by everyone from teachers to administrators so that they can get learning online in less than a day. The drag and drop feature actually lets you see the course develop as you build it,” Sastry said. “We’ve already seen the ingenuity teachers have displayed so far in getting lesson plans online using old legacy software. It’s been frustrating. Now we’re launching our zero-minute training experience. We designed an interface that utilizes the same tech from apps we use every day so that anyone will feel comfortable hopping right in and getting started.”