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Despite eCoach winning awards for its analytics and reporting features in recent weeks, we think it can be even better. That’s why we’ve made more enhancements to our report screens, and other general improvements. Check out the latest eCoach news in our Merewether release notes.

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Today we’ve added another string to our LMS bow with the launch of Better Grading in eCoach – a completely new feature providing Course Facilitators with a unique way to view, grade and score Assignments. From the new grading screen, it’s now possible to see all responses from a single view, easily comparing responses across all Groups and Participants.

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Despite eCoach winning awards for its analytics and reporting features in recent weeks, we think it can be even better. That’s why we’ve made more enhancements to our report screens, and other general improvements. Check out the latest eCoach news in our Merewether release notes.

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The team has been hard at work on the latest update to the eCoach platform. The latest release (Lambton) includes a new authoring template, live chat and reporting dashboard. There are also a number of other improvements to the UX and Assignments areas to make your eCoach experience more enjoyable.

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In 2000, research by Microsoft placed the average human attention span at 12 seconds. By 2015, the same study found that number had fallen to 8 seconds. To contextualise, the goldfish has an attention span of about 9 seconds. It’s official – we’re living in the age of the goldfish.

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We recently moved offices to the Earp Gilliam Bond Building, a light-filled stone warehouse that looks out over the Newcastle Foreshore. Our new office space came with a long white wall about 10 metres long and 2 metres high. Realising that this large blank space was something a lot of artists dream of, we got in contact with Liz Anelli, a local artist and illustrator known for her illustrative maps.

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Our latest release, Kotara, is named after a Newcastle suburb famous for it’s Westfield shopping centre, and an underground mine that went into liquidation after only ever producing 9,052 tons of coal in 1875. Many of the features in Kotara won’t be immediately noticeable, but will make life a lot easier for our existing customers who have requested many of the ‘backend’ features below to improve managing their Courses across Departments and Campuses.

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