PebblePad News

Updates from PebblePad HQ plus the lowdown on our work out in the field with our fantastic customers.

 
 

New blog post - Five learner-centred strategies to boost student engagement and retention.

OCTOBER 25th 2018

Thursday 25th October 2018Thursday 25th October 2018

In our recent review of teaching and learning strategies from 50 universities across the globe, student retention featured at the heart of many of the strategies. Indeeds, 72% of strategies from universities outside of the current top 100 rankings had retention as a focus area. The latest PebblePad blog post offers up three critical success factors for promoting engagement and five practical strategies for boosting the chances of students completing their studies. 

 

12 terrific ALT Conference experiences already in the PebblePad locker. Will number 13 be our best yet?

SEPTEMBER 6th 2018

Thursday 6th September 2018Thursday 6th September 2018

For the past 13 years, PebblePad has been a part of the ALT journey – even longer for company founders, Shane and Colin, who were presenting their VLE work at ALTC 2001 (Edinburgh), and who actually began chatting about building something PebblePad-like while at the 2002 ALTC (Sunderland) - no doubt over a biscuit or cake. And ALTC 2005 (Manchester) has a special place in PebblePad's history, as it was the event where PebblePad was launched as a commercial product. We're delighted to be attending ALTC 2018 in what will be the 25th conference for the Association of Learning Technology. 

 

Hooray! PebblePad and our wonderful customers come out on top at the LearnX Impact Awards.

AUGUST 6th 2018

Monday 6th August 2018Monday 6th August 2018

We are thrilled to announce that, in partnership with two of our wonderful Australian customers, we have won two Platinum LearnX Impact Awards. Congratulations are in order for the Griffith University Personal Learning Environment team and the Murdoch University Bachelor of Nursing team for being recognised as Platinum winners in the 2018 Awards for their hugely successful PebblePad implementations. You can learn more over on the PebblePad Blog.

 
 

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