Lexplore & Microsoft Education
Lexplore is a Swedish company that has its origins from a research project at the Karolinska Institutet (which has been selected the Nobel laureates in Physiology and Medicine since 1901). With the use of Eye-tracking, Artificial Intelligence and many years of research, we can identify students’ reading ability at an early stage and help develop literacy skills through their school years.
Lexplore assesses each student in 3-5 minutes, giving teachers more instructional time. Lexplore’s use of AI and eye-tracking is accurate, objective, and rich with data to ensure each student gets the right support. In addition, because it measures oral and silent reading, students that are non-verbal benefit from the power of Lexplore. The results portal, accessible from MS Teams or stand-alone, clearly show staff and administrators how each school district or municipality are progressing reading development across all schools, classrooms, and students.
Lexplores results and support material is integrated in Microsoft Teams to make it easy accessible for teachers and schools to work with the AI driven results on a daily basis. It also gives easy access to reading material synchronized with objective reading results.
All school organizations using Microsoft 365 is able to use the accounts and log ins to access the Lexplore system and results.
The complete Lexplore service is cloud based and run on Microsofts Azure platform. This make it a secure, easily scalable solution with encryption and data handling according to standards and legislations all over the world.
Today 200,000 screenings have been conducted, Lexplore is used in hundreds of schools in six different countries. Several school organizations use Lexplore as a key data point in their educational development.
Lexplore has been widely awarded and acknowledged, including the top 10 an the ASU/GSV cup elite, UNESCO innovation award, Nordic EdTech Award, the Best Scale up for Wellbeing EIT, the Best Intelligent Cloud Solution by Microsoft, a Teach Primary SEND Award and a Digital Device Award, finalist in the BETT Awards and more. Also accredited by the British Dyslexia Association and acknowledged by news outlets like the BBC, Swedish national radio, Wired Magazine and many more.
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