HE EdTech Showcase | 17 March 2020

HE EdTech Showcase | 17 March 2020

Spotlight on digital borderless education technology

This Showcase Event profiled Australian EdTech solutions that are proven, available and ready to scale in the higher education sector.

Learn more about the companies that presented on the day:

Anthony Morris
Co-Founder & CEO
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  • a digital platform to facilitate relationship based learning online
  • bring learning events and communications to life
  • hold live online experiences and promote real, meaningful and personal engagement


Jarrad Merlo
Director of Teaching & Learning
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  • Fully online English language school
  • 100s of hours of self-study
  • Live classes scheduled, booked and delivered through the platform
  • Beginner to advanced – across all skills including general English, pronunciation, grammar and spelling
  • White-label for your institution


Derek Welsh
Chief Operating Officer
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  • scalable, customisable online assessment and training software
  • digitising the delivery of high-stakes exams & certifications for universities, schools and government bodies


Shi Shi Truong
Executive Director, NSW
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  • The Practera platform supports tertiary students and industry mentors collaborate in experiential learning programs through mobile first apps 
  • Educators can monitor and manage the experiences in real time – with rich data, analytics and AI powered intervention assistance to support better outcomes


Grainne Oates
CEO & Co-Founder
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  • Quitch is a content neutral gamified mobile platform
  • Break down new learning material into bite-sized chunks 
  • Revise regularly through short bursts of rapid-fire gaming 
  • Gradually increase the interval between revision sessions, committing the information to your long- term memory through the practice of active recall


Ben Hallett
Co-Founder & CEO
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  • Free up your student services for flexible online delivery,
  • Centralise academic, personal, professional and staff advisory support services,
  • Ensure equity of access and quality at scale, and
  • Reduce your administration costs.