Ascendia, company that provides solutions for digital education for both local and foreign markets, announces the launch of the eLearning Romania conference. The event is organized in partnership with the eLearning Romania portal on September 10th – 11th, and aims to present the digital tools for education available in Romania.
The conference is primarily addressed to teachers in Romania and will be organized online in the form of a live broadcast on the eLearning Romania Facebook page. The access to the event is free, and will take place on 10 September from 12:00 and on 11 September from 14:00. The event link can be accessed here.
Speakers from the state sector are invited to the conference, as well as representatives of the private environment. They will present the solutions they represent, how teachers can be supported in the teaching act and what are the differences between these products, the functionalities they offer and more.
On behalf of the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, the guest speaker will present the project CRED în Educație!, which responds to the need of teachers to deepen the valences of the new national Curriculum.
He will be followed by representatives of LIVRESQ (interactive digital educational content creation platform), Microsoft Romania, Adservio (electronic school catalogue), EduApps (developer of innovation solutions in education for any level of education), Kinderpedia (complete communication and management solution for schools and kindergartens available on the web and mobile), Digitaliada (platform created by Orange Foundation) and Moodle Romania (global platform that allows educators to create private learning spaces).
“We are at the beginning of a new school year, and the period of isolation and pandemic that we have all gone through has shown us how important online education can be at certain times. Education is increasingly moving towards digital solutions, which sometimes becomes indispensable in the teaching process. That is why we aim to bring in front of teachers from across the country all the digital education solutions available in Romania in the form of concrete presentations. We want to show in detail, concisely, what local platforms entail and offer, so that they become accessible to teachers. Through the activities of the eLearning Romania portal we are convinced that we will support teachers in the context of the digital school”, said Cosmin Mălureanu, CEO Ascendia S.A.
The eLearning Romania conference aims to include a series of presentation events, in which each guest discusses in a dialogue of about 30 minutes with journalist Adrian Seceleanu, about the functionalities of the platform they represent. The events will be available online on the eLearning UK Facebook page. Full details of the event are also available on the eLearning Romania website.
Ascendia has developed LIVRESQ, the platform for creating interactive digital educational content
Ascendia helps the educational environment with the LIVRESQ platform, the most important product created so far by the company. It can be used without having programming knowledge, and the resulting packages comply with international eLearning standards.
The platform has been launched for less than a year and has proven its effectiveness for both education and the private environment for employee training. It has the largest library of educational resources created by teachers from Romania and the Republic of Moldova, with over 2,700 digital lessons, of which 1,300 are public. Teachers use LIVRESQ to carry out interactive lessons, and the number of published resources is constantly increasing, some of which are already approved by the Ministry of Education and Research.
Ascendia aims to develop the LIVRESQ interactive lesson editor by implementing and strengthening the selection of tools for content creators. One of the important pillars is the ability to add virtual assistants for each lesson. The guides are characters equipped with the ability to turn text into speech, as well as artificial intelligence, so that they can interact contextually with users.
Externally, the company aims to use LIVRESQ in several large-scale projects, with the publisher currently functional in the Romanian, Hungarian, English, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic and Korean languages.