Sign-up for Edword webinar - Online Demonstration of our feedback tools
Thank you for your interest in our feedback and assessment tools for written work. We look forward to showing you how you and your students will benefit from using them.

We only have a limited number of seats available for each webinar, so do sign up today to ensure your seat.

If you have any questions, please contact us at hello@edword.com


To learn more, watch a brief 2 min video and read more here:

www.easycorrect.com/edword-intro/

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Feel free to sign up for both webinars to see what solution fits your feedback practice best.

After you have signed up you will receive a calendar invitation and an email with further information about the online webinar.
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Webinar 1: Edword Office (offline tools)
A tool for Microsoft Word or Google Docs users only, or those interested in using these programs to give better feedback in less time. Possible to save comments and share best practice with other Edword Office users in your institution. You can try for free, but licences are only offered as institutional plans of 10 teacher licences per package
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Webinar 2: Edword (online toolbox)
An online toolbox that significantly increases student engagement, reduces marking time, integrates with your LMS/VLE, and offers originality check with i.e. Urkund. You can try for free and purchase either individual or institutional plans.
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If these dates do not suit your schedule or you want a webinar only for you and your colleagues, we will arrange an online demonstration when it suits you. Please specify what time intervals and which of the three products you would like to see.
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