EvoText CEO and co-founder earns industry recognition for developing education technology supporting millions of students and educators nationwide
WASHINGTON — EvoText CEO and co-founder, Johanna Wetmore, has been named the 2017 Startup CEO of the Year in the SIIA Company CODiE Awards. The Company CODiE Awards recognize outstanding teams and individuals for their accomplishments, leadership, and commitment to the industry.
EvoText‘s Ogment now offers integration with Canvas to bring a seamless, powerful experience to educators.
Burlington, Mass — voText, Inc. announced today that it has partnered with Canvas by Instructure to integrate Ogment’s award-winning curriculum creation and management system with Instructure's innovative and award-winning learning platform.
Ogment for Curriculum Creation and Management in K12 Wins Best Cross-Curricular Solution
Burlington, Mass — Last week the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) announced that Ogment®, from EvoText, won the 2017 CODiE Award for Best Cross Curricular Solution. CODiEs recognize exceptional education technology products that bring real solutions to schools. Ogment also won the CODiE in 2016 for Best Cross-Curricular Solution.
Ed tech veteran Michael F. Johnson joins EvoText leadership team
Boston — EvoText – a software development company specializing in education technology solutions and the developers of Ogment for curriculum creation and management – announced Michael F. Johnson has joined the company as president, further filling out its executive team of ed tech industry experts. Johanna Wetmore will continue to serve as CEO and Chris Robert will retain his role as COO.
Second straight year Ogment from EvoText is finalist for Software and Information Industry Association‘s highest honor
Boston — Each year, experts from the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) evaluate and judge the education industry‘s current technologies and trends. EvoText announced today that Ogment® has been named a three-time finalist for the 2017 SIIA CODiE Awards in the three categories: Best Classroom Management Solution, Best Cross-Curricular Solution, and Best K-12 Course or Learning Management Solution.
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) today announced the winners of the 2017 When Work Works Award. The winners provide insight into the practices of effective workplaces and emerging trends.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, announced the winners of the first Company CODiE Awards, part of its annual CODiE Awards line-up. The new awards program recognizes outstanding teams and individuals for their accomplishments, leadership and commitment to the industry.
The CODiE Awards are the only peer-reviewed awards of their kind and, for over 30 years, have recognized thousands of software, information and education technology companies for achieving excellence in products and services. The all-new 2016 Company CODiE Awards winner in the Best Product Team of the Year category is the Burlington, Massachusetts-based, EvoText, Inc.
EvoText, Inc., a company that provides educational software and promotes personalized learning, recently earned approval from the Planning Board to locate its business at the historical Kent Cottage on Network Drive, off Middlesex Turnpike, in the Northwest Park Planned Development District.
Two special permit applications were ratified as part of the formal hearing process, which was originally presented to the board last December.
Johanna Wetmore has been named a finalist in the Emerging Leader Awards by the Software Industry and Information Association (SIIA). Ms. Wetmore and co-founder Chris Robert, founded EvoText, which is a full-service educational software development company that builds e-learning applications. The company has grown ten-fold since being founded in 2012.
As an English teacher in Oklahoma's Moore Public Schools, I was recruited by some textbook providers to help them create content. It was a lot of fun, and I was happy to make some extra money doing it. But there are so many teachers in our district who are much more talented than I am. If I was developing curriculum materials that school systems across the nation were purchasing, they certainly could be doing this, too.
Ogment by EvoText has been selected as the most innovative supplemental education resource in the 2016 REVERE Awards. Ogment is a curriculum creation and delivery program that simplifies the process of developing and publishing lesson plans. The REVERE Awards is a well-respected awards program hosted by the Association of American Publishers, and every year, it picks the most outstanding educational products through a competitive, juried awards program.
When a technology solution really solves a pressing need, those solutions tend to win awards. This is what happened last week when the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) announced that Ogment had won a coveted CODiE Award for exceptional education technology products bringing real solutions to schools.
Johanna Wetmore is having a very good spring. In April, her company‘s product, Ogment, won three BESSIE Awards for education technology teacher tools. Ogment was also named finalist in two categories of the SIIA CODiE Awards, and named finalist as an innovative supplementary resource in the Association of American Publishers‘ REVERE Awards. Ms. Wetmore was also named to the exclusive AAP list of promising education professionals who are “On the Rise” and demonstrate remarkable leadership and innovation in the education resource industry.
The REVERE Awards identify and honor high quality resources that educate learners of all ages, in all media, and in all educational environments, both in and beyond the classroom. The program supports the PreK-12 Learning Group’s mission of advocating for quality content in teaching and learning.
The 2016 Supplemental Resources Finalists for Innovation:
What started as a magazine competition fifty years ago has transformed into the REVERE Awards of today. Adapting to changes in education, publishing, and the world at large have kept the Awards alive and relevant for five decades—and we've got plans for another fifty.
Faced with a modern education landscape full of awards, competitions, and opportunities for recognition, what separates the REVERE Awards from our competition? Here you’ll find a distinct focus on:
Ogment is a unique, dynamic educational resource that is winner of three awards in the Teacher Tools category: Educators Online Resource, Online Teacher Productivity Tool, and Online Multimedia Teacher Tool. The product is designed to enable educators to quickly and seamlessly integrate web content (and personal files) in order to create fabulous multimedia lessons.
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The ComputED Gazette is pleased to announce winners of its 22nd Annual Best Educational Software Awards. The Awards target innovative and content-rich programs (including apps for iPad and Android) and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence. Some selection criteria are academic content, technical merit, subject approach, and management system. Winners are selected from titles submitted by publishers worldwide.
EvoText today announced that Ogment® was named a finalist for the 2016 SIIA CODiE Awards in two categories: Best Instructional Solution in Other Curriculum Areas and Best Cross-Curricular Solution. The SIIA CODiE Awards are the premier awards for the software and information industries, and have been recognizing product excellence for over 30 years. The awards offer 91 categories that are organized by industry focus of education technology and business technology.
Here’s a College and Career Readiness English Language Arts and Mathematics curriculum that is comprehensive, highly interactive, and accessible on any device: desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, and interactive whiteboard- 24/7. SpringBoard Digital is student centered, making instruction come alive through innovative technology.
The Association of American Publishers has awarded a REVERE Award to SpringBoard® Digital from the College Board. SpringBoard Digital is a college and career readiness English Language Arts and Mathematics curriculum for all students, including high-performing students in grades 6-12. EvoText designed and developed the interactive digital platform for the College Board.
The College Board‘s SpringBoard Digital 6-12 has won a coveted CODiE Award for Best Education Cloud-based Solution, given by the Software Information and Industry Association (SIIA) to recognize exemplary education technology for K-12 and higher education. EvoText designed and developed the SpringBoard interactive digital platform with the College Board. Click to Tweet.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, yesterday announced the 121 finalists in the 2015 SIIA CODiE Awards for Software categories. EvoText, the proud technical developer of SpringBoard Digital, has been named a Finalist in three categories:
ORLANDO, Florida--(January 22, 2015) - MetaMetrics®, developer of the widely adopted Lexile® Framework for Reading, and EvoText, LLC, a provider of custom eLearning solutions for schools and educational publishers, announced today that they have partnered to incorporate MetaMetrics' Lexile® Analyzer technology into OgmentTM. Ogment, an EvoText product that is being previewed at FETC 2015, is a cloud-based K-12 lesson creation tool for teachers.
The REVERE Awards have long recognized the premier products for learning, with a focus on tools used specifically for classroom instruction. As education in the 21st century evolves, it is time to properly honor the wealth of resources that support skills and development and build knowledge separate from formal instruction.
The ComputED Gazette is pleased to announce winners of its 20th Annual Best Educational Software Awards. The Awards target innovative and content-rich programs (including apps for iPad and Android) and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence. Winners are selected from titles submitted by publishers worldwide.