We have just produced the first VocalEyes report for Cadoxton Primary School today – detailing the incredible 4980 interactions that have been captured on VocalEyes since launching the group in a digital democracy event at the school yesterday – 150
Just finished a truly inspirational day training parent ambassadors for children’s charity Cerebra. Powered by VocalEyes all ideas presented, rated and debated today have progressed to project or action and new friendships forged by sharing.
Marc Tierney is standing for Labour at the Welsh Assembly elections next year – so pleased to show him our system today and have him experience direct involvement in decision-making – something the Welsh Government is strongly advocating.
Fantastic day delivering a Digital Democracy event at a Secondary school in Port Talbot (home to Michael Sheen, Anthony Hopkins and Richard Burton.)
These kids are also superstars having contributed a phenomenal 74 ideas for improving their experience of school and
The AoC Annual Conference and Exhibition brings together the further education sector under one roof to learn, develop, influence, exchange information and network. The highlight of AoC’s events calendar, the conference combines an impressive exhibition hall, keynote speakers in the
In less than a month (Nov 19-21st to be precise) VocalEyes will be promoted by Pembrokeshire College to all the delegates at the high-profile AoC (Association of Colleges) annual conference which is being held at the International Conference Centre, in
A significant report into the success of innovating with technology by collaboration with tech start-ups and Further Education colleges is published today; providing insight into the challenges, difficulties and success of such activity.
The collaboration between VocalEyes and Pembrokehire College is
Introducing VocalEyes to NPTC Group (FE College)
Headline News: In Wales, the first Further Education College after Pembrokeshire College to adopt VocalEyes is the newly-formed NPTC Group – an organisation that now covers a vast geographic area of Wales – with
The work and collaboration between LocalEyes/VocalEyes and Pembrokeshire College has been recognized for its technological innovation in the public sector – both organisations announced as finalists in the DEA (Digital Entrepeneur Award) being held in Manchester in October.
The advantages of using VocalEyes in further and higher education has been recognized by professional body NAMSS (National Association of Managers of Student Services). Their chairman, Jim Busher, published a short introduction to the system on the NAMSS website recently.