Designing an interface for educational systems can be tricky, as there are often multiple stakeholders involved, each of whom have different needs. In schools, for instance, there might be parents, teachers and pupils all using the same system. Each will have a different end goal, so ensuring the system is user friendly for every journey can be a challenge.
Many educational tools are outdated and time-consuming to use, whether in schools, universities or in a training-led environment.
Wyoming works with educational providers to create a great user experience for every type of user, redesigning tools and systems to make them more user-friendly. In a time-starved educational setting, this can improve efficiencies and allow teachers and higher education providers to focus their time on more pressing issues.
Data gathering and analysis is an important part of improving educational processes but currently, the educational sector is plagued by fragmented data which means decision making is difficult as the data is unreliable and inaccurate.
All too often in education, individual providers gather data but it isn’t shared. Or it could be that some providers record some data and others record different data. In some instances, data about learners is collated, but separately from financial data, for example. In order for an accurate overview of the end-to-end educational process and analysis of trends, there needs to be a comprehensive system for reporting and feeding back on data.
Wyoming helps learning organisations and education providers to make sense of fragmented and siloed data, and delivers solutions for building more reliable reporting solutions going forward.