As you’d expect, we’re constantly looking at usage stats to inform the development of our technologies and Browsealoud is no different. Now that almost 70% of our users are accessing Browsealoud from a mobile device we thought it was a good time to take a fresh look at our mobile user experience.
Last fall we announced the first phase of our French language support in EquatIO for Google. Today, we are pleased to release the final piece of the puzzle, making EquatIO for Google fully functional in French!
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We have released a new update to EquatIO for Windows and EquatIO for Mac, which enables Microsoft Word users to edit equations built with MathType and the Microsoft Equation Editor directly with EquatIO and even reinsert them as Microsoft Word equations.
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On behalf of everyone at Texthelp, I’m very happy to announce this morning that we have secured new investment in our company. Our new investors are LDC, the investment arm of Lloyds Bank.
Technology has seeped into nearly every aspect of our daily lives. Its use is embedded in how we organize, how we’re entertained, how we connect, seek out knowledge, and it’s brought us closer together, advancing society in ways that could only have been dreamed of decades ago. But the benefits of technology, of course, have for a long time now moved far beyond enriching our personal lives or affording us novel conveniences.
It is frequently said that 65% of today’s school children will graduate into jobs that don’t currently exist. With this being said, preparing students for the world of work can become a bit of a challenge - how can you, as an educator, help your students to acquire skills for jobs that don’t yet exist?
With the act of forward-thinking, and adapting the core components of a ‘future building school’.