Tag Archives: Ireland

EDBRIEF: Ellucian to create 50 EdTech Jobs in Dublin

Ellucian, a global SaaS provider for higher education institutions, is going to create 50 new edtech jobs over the next three years in Dublin. The project is supported by IDA Ireland through the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.

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EDBRIEF: Brazilian EdTech Company Affero Lab to open Operations Centre in Dublin

Affero Lab, a Brazilian edtech company in the corporate training vertical, will open an overseas operations centre in Dublin, Ireland.

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EDBRIEF: TES Global acquires Teacher Training Platform Hibernia College UK

TES Global has acquired Hibernia College UK, a provider of online and blended teacher training, and subsidiary of Ireland-based Hibernia College. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

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EDBRIEF: Skillsoft acquires Vodeclic – French Enterprise Learning Solution

Skillsoft, a leading learning and talent management company, has acquired Vodeclic, a Paris-based edtech startup in the video course space.

Founded in 2007, Vodeclic creates video tutorials for companies, universities and professionals, covering productivity applications like Microsoft Office, Salesforce or social media.

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Startup Profile: ExamTime

Name: ExamTime
Website: www.examtime.com
Headquarters: Dublin, Ireland
Vertical: K-12
Tech: Web App


Personalized and adaptive learning are (again) big topics in education technology. Dublin-based ExamTime.com just recently came out of beta and made its learning platform available to the public.

During the beta phase over 600k from 190 countries joined the platform and created over one million learning resources.

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