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FOTE14 Speaker Bio – Samantha Swift

Having spent the majority of her career at leading global security company, McAfee, Samantha Swift now works as a product manager at McAfee Labs. Being a product manager means that Samantha plays an important role in the global fight against cybercrime. In 2013, Samantha was responsible for the product management of Anti-Malware Core Technologies which have […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: Pod Academy

Pod Academy is an online public gateway to academic research; producing and broadcasting lively, entertaining podcasts about the latest research across disciplines. Combining high level radio production skills with the expertise of leading academics, our podcasts are an excellent learning resource for university staff and students, as well as the general public, and can also […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: MyCQs

MyCQs is an innovative e-learning platform that encourages students to create, practice and share Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) tests with each other. Originally developed by two medical students, James Gupta and Omair Vaiyani, as a learning-aid for people on their course, MyCQs rapidly amassed thousands of users from across the world, and now boasts over […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: Unitu

Unitu is an intelligent way for universities to listen to students’ feedback and improve student satisfaction through online academic networks. Unitu builds online collaboration hubs for students to interact with peers. This creates an active environment in which students can easily provide reps and staff with individual or collective feedback. We provide a simple way […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: Mobile Collective

You bring the flip charts we’ll bring the post-its together we’ll build! The Mobile Collective brings people together to work on exciting new mobile and web projects. We believe in the power of collaboration. At our ThinkCamps, people from across industries and disciplines experience the excitement of working together to turn ideas into reality. At […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: Knodium

Knodium is the default place that students at over 100 universities go to collaborate and engage with others as part of their studies. Users can create and join groups based on the courses they’re taking, for group projects or even to explore common interests. Universities are networks of 10s of thousands of people, but students […]

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FOTE14 Pitchfest Finalist: Lingoflow

Lingoflow is a company based in the South of England with the aim to transform the daunting and yet so crucial task of learning foreign language vocabulary into a positive, fun, addicting and most of all rewarding experience. It gives teachers the tools to create, share and manage their vocabulary courses, and students, an effective […]

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FOTE14 Online

This year’s FOTE conference will be amplified with the help of Event Amplifier. In this guest post, lead amplifier Kirsty Pitkin gives a sneak preview of the ways you can take part in the FOTE14 conversation online. The annual FOTE conference always has a really active online conversation that trends on Twitter and is supported […]

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FOTE14 Abstract – Bethany Koby

Will Technology Save Us? It’s not all about coding Technology Will Save Us (TWSU) is one of the UK’s most exciting design-led, technology start-ups focused on learning. TWSU’s co-founder and CEO, Bethany Koby, will explore 21st century learning and skills and how the process of learning is as important as outcomes in equipping young people, […]

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FOTE14 Abstract – Dave Coplin

The future of education A few weeks ago, researchers at Harvard University, announced the results of an incredible project that enables computers to understand human thought, albeit at a very rudimentary level (the computer was able to understand a single word when the human thought of it). Minutes after the announcement, the world of social […]

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