Revisely and Ingegno team up to introduce Revisely’s online correction tool in India

Ingegno introduces schools in India to the online correction tool of Revisely helping teachers to give better feedback on texts of students.

Ingegno and Revisely announced a partnership to introduce schools in India to online text correction where students receive better feedback without extra work for the teacher.

Ingegno has shown a lot of experience in, amongst others, the content domain of learning technologies. They developed India’s first educational portal  and Identity Access Management System (IAM) named “India Grid for Learning” (IGfL). The IGfL allows educational institutions to access the appropriate high-qualitative educational technology providers through one simple application. At the same time the IGfL application provides Revisely the opportunity to come on board and access the education market in India.

Moving to India is an important step for Revisely. India has a big population of students for what we think this number is only set to grow. The Indian government are therefore embracing technological learning as a way to face the challenge of rapidly educating the working-class populations as they move from industrial towards a skill-based economy. Therefore, the idea that the Indian government, Ingegno and Revisely all embrace is that technology will change education for better.

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About Revisely

Revisely's online web app makes it easy for teachers to give more and better feedback on texts to students in less time.
This is especially useful for marking essays, letters and papers more effectively, giving teachers a comfortable tool for text correction for any subject in any language. Thanks to built-in comments organised in comment sets, students get better feedback without extra work for the teacher. Our tool covers the entire process, from setting the assignment thru plagiarism checking to giving insightful feedback. Both student and teacher also benefit from reporting and benchmarking tools.

Revisely was founded in 2014 by Jeroen Fransen and former Minister of Education for the Netherlands Jo Ritzen. We work hand in hand with teachers and students of the two largest school groups in the Netherlands, OMO and Carmel. Revisely has over 200,000 users in the Netherlands, Finland, Spain, India and Italy in both secondary and higher education. We are proud to be partners with Iddink/Magister, SOMtoday, Urkund, Brightspace, Van Dijk, UtrechtInc, Impact Accelerator and xEdu. Revisely is a founding member of Dutch edtech group The Dutch School.