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Gimkit

A live classroom quiz game made by high school students

Gimlet is a live classroom quiz game that makes learning fun and engaging. Students compete in a game-show like environment and teachers get back valuable data on how their students are doing. Gimlet was made entirely by high schools students from Seattle.

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Online learning. Simplified 🖥

LearnUpon is a cloud based learning management system used by businesses to train their employees, partners and customers. A modern, responsive web application with a simple user interface. LearnUpon allows you to quickly create your own exams, surveys and gamification badges. It supports industry content standards like SCORM and xAPI.

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Blueface
Testimonials> LearnUpon LearnUpon is a cloud-based Learning Management System provider HQ'd in Dublin. With over 40 staff located in global offices in New York, Sydney and Belgrade. Founded in 2012, in five short years they now provide LMS services to over 600 educational institutions and corporations worldwide.
Silicon Republic
Irish cloud-based learning management software player LearnUpon has closed a €550,000 seed-funding round led by a US-based angel investor and supported by Enterprise Ireland. The company, which delivers cloud-based learning management services (LMS) for training companies and SMEs, says the funding will be used to expand its presence in its primary markets: … See more
G2 Crowd
Learn what LearnUpon LMS is by watching demos, viewing screenshots and downloading whitepapers.
IrishCentral.com
"LearnUpon is a global company with employees and customers across the world, but our roots are very much in Dublin. Being Irish is part of our personality and something we see as a competitive advantage."
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