Dugga Smart A Brilliant Learning Intelligence System

Reference number 2016-04458
Coordinator STOCKHOLM INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCE - STICS AB - Stics AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 400 000
Project duration December 2016 - January 2019
Status Completed
Venture 2015-07062-en
Call 2015-07064-en

Purpose and goal

The implementation of the "Dugga Smart A Brilliant Learning Intelligence System" project has been successful and goals in the project have been achieved. More than previously anticipated, we have demonstrated the value of being able to add a separate digital module / product with a focus on "learning intelligence" that can be used in digital knowledge evaluation . The product will provide insights about students´ learning outcomes. The development of the new module and tests of the module also show that the decision support it can provide to users is in demand and also commercially viable

Expected results and effects

Already quite early on, a test module / MVP could be developed in order to carry out tests of the concept´s overall idea and that the main theme of advanced statistical analysis would be valuable as a tool to provide decision support for improved learning in school activities. The expected outcome of the new module is that it will contribute to learning for users and to new commercial opportunities for the company that will market the product.

Planned approach and implementation

The set-up has followed the same approach / model as the project partners used earlier in the development of the digital test platform "Dugga". That is, to carry out a certain amount of initial research to create an understanding of how and in what way the product can generate added value for customers. Subsequently, a simple / basic version has been developed which has been tested and constituted a basis for further understanding of how the product could and should be developed. This approach has been imperative in succeding to achieve the goals of the project.

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