Feb 12, 2019 10:48:00 AM

Our CEFR Tagger Classifies Your Language Content into the Right Learning Level

All language learning materials are not created equally. Assigning the right learning level is usually under the mercy of a content editor or author. If content is improperly labeled into the wrong level then there will be drastic consequences for teachers and learners alike. Some language materials might be incorrectly classified as a higher level leaving beginner-level students confused. While other materials might be incorrectly classified at a lower level leaving advanced-level students bored or not challenged enough. In this blog post, we’ll reveal how an automated, artificial-intelligence-driven, CEFR* tagger mitigates these pains.

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Jan 30, 2019 7:07:00 PM

How to improve your publishing workflows with the right CMS integration

Publishers are under tremendous pressure these days to digitize content. By managing millions of content items without any sufficient resources, content managers and authors are left astray doing extra work on what needs to be reproduced, what needs refreshed copy and which copy can be reused. In this blog post, we’ll investigate how the right integrations can alleviate these content management pains.

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Dec 5, 2018 3:02:00 PM

360AI by EDIA Launches New Integration with Alfresco

EDIA has released a first version integration with Alfresco powered by the artificial intelligence engine - 360AI. Alfresco is a popular content management system used by a broad range of education publishers from Pearson, Cengage Learning, Oxford University Press and more. We have a webinar video to show how it works.

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Nov 27, 2018 1:26:00 PM

ANTI-BREXIT INITIATIVES TURN TO AI TO SIFT WITHDRAWAL AGREEMENT

Last week EDIA was approached by ‘Tech for UK’ and ‘Best for Britain’ with a request to make the incredibly complex and bulky draft of the UK Withdrawal Agreement accessible and searchable for public use. EDIA has launched the website Brexearch.eu to help sort and filter through the draft agreement.

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