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'Dream Team' Fronteer, featured in E-Learn Magazine

last modified Nov 08, 2016 04:48 PM
E-Learning magazine champions Fronteer's new product 'Ally', which makes course materials more accessible to students.
'Dream Team' Fronteer, featured in E-Learn Magazine

The Fronteer 'Dream Team' Simon Gaeremynck, Nicolaas Matthijs and Anne-Sophie De Baets

Nicolaas Matthijs and the Fronteer team have been featured in E-Learn Magazine. The article shines a light on their product, Ally, which aims to make course materials more accessible to students and raises awareness of accessibility with instructors. In the article, Matthijs states, “Accessibility, and especially the accessibility of course content, has been a significant problem in education for a long time. It is widely recognized as a big problem, but has required lots of manual work at every institution and is even frequently ignored because of a lack of good solutions,”Fronteer have come up with the solution, which seamlessly integrates into the learning management system and makes course materials more accessible to students.

 

To read the full article, click here 

To read more about Ally, click here 

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