Managers of higher education institution in the field of ICT are faced with the great complexity of balancing the needs of society, students, and teachers.
Society asks for more programmers in order to build the digital infrastructure of the future.
Students ask for a diploma, paired with the skills to build their own professional future.
Teachers ask for quality of the notions taught and the space to teach interesting topics.
Unfortunately, balancing these needs proves, sometimes, impossible. There are too many students, they need too much individual attention, there are not enough teachers, and companies require up-to-date knowledge that teachers do not have the time to learn.
GrandeOmega offers a simple solution to the issue: automation of individual feedback to students, monitoring of student activities to identify the proper study patterns, and automated correction of exams. By saving large amounts of time and effort, the institution can focus its staff on interesting tasks such as lifelong learning, new tools and techniques, and directed interventions when students really need it.