For the last 5 years there has been a lot going on in the education sector and more largely in the learning field. We are talking about MOOC, flip classroom, peer-to-peer… and others; it is also about adaptive learning, cognitive science, blended-learning and mobile learning; and let’s not forget all the marketplaces of content and services. Investments of $2,4 billion in 2014 and $6.5 billion in 2015 confirm these trends, that includes acquisitions like Lynda by Linkedin for example.
During the last 100 years, almost every part of our society has undergone a technical revolution. Whether in the business sector or in the health care sector, technology is continually developing and influences our daily life. Taking into account that the educational services have been in technological gap so far, this field is now catching up rather quickly.
Already rewarded by the European Commission in 2014, during the Open Education Challenge, as one of the seven most innovative startups in learning in Europe, last 29th October Domoscio was awarded as the winner of the continental Europe and finalist of the Global EdTech Startups Awards 2015 (GESA2015).