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ETS Criterion Paid Princeton (USA) 1999 Commercial Primary (6-11 years old), Secondary (12-17 years old), Post-secondary (18 years and over) and Teachers Natural language processing 0 ETS ETS Criterion is an instructor-led writing tool that helps learners plan, write and revise their essays. It gives them immediate diagnostic feedback, real-time scores and more opportunities to practice writing at their own pace. Natural language processing to evaluate essays Learning English (writing) N/A Gives immediate feedback and scores, Helps improve learners' writing, Frees up time during evaluation. N/A Chen, J., Zhang, M., & Bejar, I. I. (2017). An Investigation of the e‐rater® Automated Scoring Engine's Grammar, Usage, Mechanics, and Style Microfeatures and Their Aggregation Model. ETS Research Report Series, 2017(1), 1-14.
ALEKS Paid Irvine (USA) 1996 Commercial Primary (6-11 years old), Secondary (12-17 years old) and Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 0 ALEKS Corporation, McGraw-Hill Education (Parent organization) ALEKS is an intelligent, web-based assessment and learning system. It uses adaptive questions to determine what a learner knows and doesn't know in a course. ALEKS then informs the learner about the topics they’re most ready to learn and periodically reassesses the learner to ensure that the topics learned are also retained. AI to map the details of each student's knowledge and to evaluate each learner individually and continuously. N/A Evaluates the learner's current knowledge in a course, Recommends topics the learner is ready to learn, Periodically reassesses and adapts to learners' knowledge ALEKS requires a subscription of $19.95 per month, $99.95 every six months, or $179.95 per year. Falmagne, J.C. , Doignon, J.P., Cosyn, E. et Thiéry, N. (2016).The Assessment of Knowledge, in Theory and in Practice. Dans Missaoui, R., Schmidt, J. (dir.), Formal Concept Analysis (p.70-87). Berlin, Allemagne: Springer.
UTIFEN Free Niamey (Niger) 2016 Academic - School Teachers Analytics 24,000 Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) UTIFEN is a smart, adaptive online training platform. It adapts learning materials and sends personalized text messages based on each participant’s progress. Personalized teacher training (using computer, tablet or phone), collaboration between participants. N/A Adaptive learning. Adapts learning materials. Personalized text messages. N/A Karsenti, T. et al. Le projet UTIFEN, pour la formation des enseignants du Niger. Bulletin de liaison RIFEFF (2018)
Rosetta Stone Paid Arlington (USA) 1992 Commercial General public Speech Recognition and Analytics 0 Rosetta Stone Inc. Rosetta Stone is a computer-assisted language learning software. It uses pictures, texts and sounds to teach words and grammar by spaced repetition, without translations. Automatic learning to identify objects for live translations, Speech recognition to help users match their pronunciation of words to that of native speakers. Learning language N/A Immediate result of the exercise, Immediate pronunciation feedback, Huge collection of content. Rosetta Stone costs $79 for three months, $119 for six months, $179 for one year, or $249 for two years. Kirova, S. (2011). Rosetta Stone software–an interactive educational tool for learning foreign languages.
Coursera Free features Mountain view (USA) 2012 Commercial Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 47,000,000 Stanford professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller Coursera is an online learning platform that partners with universities and other organizations to offer online courses, specializations, and degrees in a variety of subjects. Recommend courses. Inform the teacher as soon as that a large number of learners give a wrong answer to a question or a Duty. S.O. Online learning, Many partner universities, open courses S.O. Shafiq, H., Wani, Z. A., Mahajan, I. M., & Qadri, U. (2017). Courses beyond borders: A case study of MOOC platform Coursera. Library Philosophy and Practice, 1-15.
edX Paid Cambridge (USA) 2012 Commercial Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 0 MIT et Harvard University EdX is a MOOC provider that runs online university courses in a wide range of disciplines, including some free of charge. Machine learning, Adaptive learning and assessment Online learning N/A Online learning, Reduces cost, location and access barriers. Many partner universities, Open courses. N/A Rosen, Y., Rushkin, I., Rubin, R., Munson, L., Ang, A., Weber, G., ... & Tingley, D. (2018, June). The effects of adaptive learning in a massive open online course on learners' skill development. In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual ACM Conference on Learning at Scale (pp. 1-8).
Turnitin Paid Oakland (USA) 1997 Commercial Secondary (12-17 years old), Post-secondary (18 years and over) and Teachers Natural language processing 30,000,000 John Barrie et Christian Storm Turnitin is a web-based plagiarism detection service that detects the degree of plagiarism in work submitted by a student. Detection of similar content (texts) Provide teachers with information on plagiarized sources and the degree of plagiarism. N/A Provides teachers with information on plagiarized sources and the degree of plagiarism. Helps students understand academic integrity in written assignments. Turnitin cannot be sold to students. It is sold to educational institutions, which make it available to teachers and students. Halgamuge, Malka N. "The use and analysis of anti‐plagiarism software: Turnitin tool for formative assessment and feedback." Computer Applications in Engineering Education 25.6 (2017): 895-909.
Jill Watson Free Atlanta (USA) 2015 Academic - School Post-secondary (18 years and over) and Teachers Natural language processing 0 Ashok Goel (Georgia Tech, College of Computing) Jill Watson is an AI teaching assistant that answers student questions in the online Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence course 24 hours a day. Semantic processing, Automatically answers a range of common, frequently asked questions, Automatically responds to student presentations. Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence online course N/A Immediately answers questions from students, Motivates and engages students, Posts announcements, Lets the teacher concentrate on important tasks. May give incorrect answers to infrequent questions. Benedetto, L., Cremonesi, P., & Parenti, M. (2019). A virtual teaching assistant for personalized learning. arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.09289.
Babbel Paid Berlin (Allemagne) 2007 Commercial General public Speech Recognition and Analytics 1,000,000 Markus Witte et Thomas Holl Babbel is a subscription-based language learning app and e-learning platform, which currently offers 14 different languages. Voice recognition to practice pronunciation, personalized recommendations. Learning language N/A Interactive lessons, Language for any situation (travel, work, etc.), Speech recognition to practice pronunciation Requires a subscription of $15.99 / month / language. Nushi, M., & Eqbali, M. H. Babbel: A Mobile Language Learning App. TESL Reporter, 51(1), 109-121.
SAGrader Paid Missouri (USA) 2005 Commercial Secondary (12-17 years old) and Post-secondary (18 years and over) Natural language processing 100,000 The Idea Works Inc. SAGrader is an online tool that provides specific and quick feedback on students' writing content, encouraging them to revise their writing and truly learn the material. It also provides instructors with analyses. Natural language processing. Analyzes and extracts the meaning of the text. Evaluates essays. Learning language N/A Provides immediate personalized feedback. Encourages students to revise their writing. Provides instructors with analyses. Reduces evaluation time. $5 per student Brent, E., Carnahan, T., & McCully, J. (2006). Students improve learning by 20 percentage points with essay grading program.
Peerceptiv Paid Pittsburgh (USA) 2002 Commercial Secondary (12-17 years old) and Post-secondary (18 years and over) Natural language processing 500,000 Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), Pittsburgh University Peerceptiv is a peer review system to support the teaching of writing from high school to university level. It lets teachers introduce peer review among students so they receive feedback on more writing assignments than a single teacher could provide. Computer linguistics, Machine learning, Verification of composition content, Identifies the thesis statement and concluding sentences. Learning language (writing) N/A Engages students in writing and critical thinking. Allows students to receive more feedback on their writing assignments. Students are given information on how they’re doing as a reviewer, which keeps them accountable. When there is no campus-wide subscription, the purchase price for one student is $12.95 (for one school year) Falakmasir, M. H., Ashley, K. D., Schunn, C. D., & Litman, D. J. (2014, June). Identifying thesis and conclusion statements in student essays to scaffold peer review. In International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (pp. 254-259). Springer, Cham.
Fishtree Paid Arlington (USA) 2012 Commercial Teachers Analytics 500,000 "Terry Nealon et Jim Butler " Fishtree is a learning platform that adapts and personalizes learning environments for primary, high school and university education. It also lets teachers easily track learner progress through analytics. Adaptive learning. Content recommendation. N/A Automatic generation of resources, Automatic alignment of content to learning objectives, Personalized learning, Tracking of students' learning progress. Price: A teacher account costs $1.99/month and a class account costs $3.99 (200 students)
WriteToLearn Paid London (UK) Commercial Primary (6-11 years old), Secondary (12-17 years old) and Learners with special needs Natural language processing and Analytics 0 WriteToLearn WriteToLearn is a fully automated online literacy tool that assesses writing and delivers targeted instructional feedback. The researched-based automated scoring assesses student work by evaluating the meaning of text—not just grammar and spelling—allowing students to continue through the write-edit-revise writing cycle. Latent semantic analysis (natural language processing), Statistical classification and analysis methods, Computational linguistics techniques. Language learning S.O. Immediate feedback with suggestions, Personalized vocabulary exercises, reduce the time spent (by teachers) on editing and evaluation. S.O. Franzke, M., & Streeter, L. A. (2006). Building student summarization, writing and reading comprehension skills with guided practice and automated feedback. Highlights from research at the University of Colorado, a white paper from Pearson Knowledge Technologies.
Khan Academy analytics Free USA 2011 Academic - School Preschool (0-5 years), Primary (6-11 years old) and Secondary (12-17 years old) Analytics 0 David Hu Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. With Khan Academy, teachers can identify gaps in their students' understanding, tailor instruction, and meet individual student needs. S.O. Adaptive learning S.O.
Claned Paid Finlande 2017 Commercial Post-secondary (18 years and over) and Teachers Analytics 0 Claned Platform that helps a teacher build a course by making it more interactive and more appearling to students. The platform is based on a high volume of data and adapts to the teacher's situation, based on the data provided. N/A Facilitates course creation N/A
Kialo Edu Free USA 2017 Academic - School Post-secondary (18 years and over) Natural language processing and Analytics 0 Kialo An online debate platform with an easy-to-navigate arrangement of the various arguments. Students can put a question to debate, add arguments, respond to other students, and vote on the relevance of previous responses. Analysis of arguments, identifying trolls N/A Makes arguments easier to understand. N/A Beck, J., Neupane, B., et Carroll, J. M. (2018). Managing Conflict in Online Debate Communities: Foregrounding Moderators' Beliefs and Values on Kialo.
Tribal Paid UK 2014 Commercial Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 0 Tribal Platform offers a program of resources and solutions adapted to each school and designed to deliver an educational experience adjusted to the students’ situation. Analyzes the school’s data to arrive at the appropriate solution N/A Education more reflective of the students’ profile N/A
Rubi Free San Diego (USA) 2004 Academic - School Preschool (0-5 years) Visual recognition and Robotics 0 University of California The goal of the Rubi project is to explore the potential of sociable robots as an educational and enrichment tool for toddlers in early childhood education environments. Students can play with the robot; the robot can ask questions and smile, its cameras can identify each child's face and tell when they’re feeling happy, sad, angry or frustrated. Recognizes facial expressions, Identifies each child’s face, identifies their emotions (joy, sadness, anger, frustration), Predicts children's preferences for different activities. N/A Plays with children, Identifies children's emotions, Predicts children's preferences. N/A
leafsnap Free USA 2011 Commercial General public Visual recognition 0 Columbia University, University of Maryland, Smithsonian Institution Leafsnap is a mobile application that uses visual recognition software to identify tree species from photographs of their leaves. Visual recognition. Learning new tree species. Identifying tree species N/A Automatically identifies tree species from photographs of their leaves. Helps students notice, categorize and contextualize street trees in models of evolution. Free Currently for iPhone and iPad only Kumar, N., Belhumeur, P. N., Biswas, A., Jacobs, D. W., Kress, W. J., Lopez, I. C., & Soares, J. V. (2012, October). Leafsnap: A computer vision system for automatic plant species identification. In European conference on computer vision (pp. 502-516). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Mon Coach Bescherelle Free features Paris (France) 2018 Commercial General public and Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 0 Bescherelle Mon Coach Bescherelle is a French-language training application for spelling and writing (using AI) that adapts to the learner’s level, with a personalized dashboard that lets the learner track their results and progress. Adaptive learning. Personalized training. Learning language (French) N/A Personalized training, Personalized dashboard so you can track your results and progress. After a trial session, the application is available as a subscription (from 1 to 12 months and from €9.99 to €4.99 per month).
Aida Calculus Free features London (UK) 2019 Commercial Post-secondary (18 years and over) Analytics 0 Pearson Aida Calculus is an AI-powered mobile tutoring application designed to help learners tackle calculus (mathematical discipline). It analyzes and provides feedback on typed or handwritten work. Over time, Aida learns which approaches work best for each learner. Deep learning. Reinforcement learning. Real-time feedback. Personalized recommendations. Learning mathematics N/A Helps students tackle calculus, Gives learners personalized suggestions for practical problems. Available for download on iOS 13 and in a subscription model