DESIGNING THE

FUTURE OF LEARNING_

WHAT OUR CLIENTS THINK ABOUT US_

What has it been like working with EDGE Education?
“Excellent. The team at EDGE provided clear and appropriate instruction in how to construct a complex interactive eREADER for use by MBChB undergraduate students. Each EDGE team member I interacted with was knowledgeable and highly skilled. They not only tried to meet my needs but also thought deeply about the project and how to apply a range of approaches to enhance the original plans for the eREADER.”
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Dr William Horsnell
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town
What have you found to be the best feature of the CourseBook™?
“The interactive quizzes are excellent and allow students to test and embed the knowledge they have been presented in lectures and the CourseBook.”
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Dr William Horsnell
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town
How has using the CourseBook platform helped with your students’ engagement and participation?
“Students who actively used the CourseBook to support lecture content found they grasped the fundamentals of immunology very quickly and found the subject far more accessible.”
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Dr William Horsnell
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town
How has you experience working with EDGE Education been?
“Easy to connect with.”
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Danica Ellis
STADIO School of Fashion
What is your best feature of the CourseBook™?
“Localised content & embedded engagement features.”
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Danica Ellis
STADIO School of Fashion
What has your experience been with the EDGE Education team?
“The EDGE Education team has been very professional. My interaction with James Kaiser has been more of a partnership, than a distant publishing agent and academic. Very refreshing! Thank you.”
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Pavla Mokoena
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
What is your best feature of the CourseBook™?:
“The integrated video tutorials and self tests.”
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Pavla Mokoena
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
How has using the CourseBook platform helped with your students’ engagement and participation?
“It allows for more self-study activities, which means self sufficiency in learning, which is a key element in the learning growth path.”
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Pavla Mokoena
Cape Peninsula University of Technology

EDGE DIGITAL COURSEBOOKS™_

EDGE Digital CourseBooks™ are the future of learning.

Our Digital CourseBooks™ are the ultimate expression of the 21st-century learning experience. Designed to facilitate optimal engagement and meaningful learning, they represent an innovative fusion of the traditional textbook and the online course.

EDGE PROCTORING TOOL_

Our online invigilator is an advanced line of defence for ensuring integrity during remote classes and exams. Rooted in AI, this three-layer multifactor authentication tool allows educators to remain in control by keeping a close eye on students, remotely and in real time.

CUSTOM EDTECH
SOLUTIONS_

We design tailor-made learning experiences that reflect our academic publishing genesis, quality assurance mindset, and holistic approach to education and training.

As an academic EdTech company, we partner with our clients to analyse and interpret their needs, and to conceptualise targeted educational solutions that meet these needs.

WORDS FROM OUR TEAM_

“As human beings, we’re influenced by our experiences with the environment, and by communication with others – the personal and the social can’t be separated. Therefore, it would be a mistake to assume that students can engage in deep and meaningful thinking and learning in isolation.”
KATY FOURIE
Learning Design Manager

“Collaborative learning isn’t a new concept. Humans, through their shared experiences, have traded knowledge in this way for centuries. To maximise how we learn, educational culture needs to shift from being individualistic toward a collective and collaborative approach. Online learning is the mechanism that enables the Community of Inquiry framework to be deployed on a mass scale, allowing this age-old means of knowledge transaction to take centre stage once again.”
ELIOSE HORNE
Assessment Design Manager

“We’re making significant strides in providing EdTech solutions that move beyond merely connecting learners to content, toward creating communities of inquiry. However, we must remember that access to these solutions remains an obstacle – especially for women throughout Africa. We must continue the fight to increase women’s participation in digital learning and bridge the gender digital divide.”
NADIA ELLIS
Academic Manager

“Traditional distance learning in higher education logically implies a level of isolation and certain temporospatial limitations. Contemporary distance learning with online support should be neither isolating nor limited in its potential to facilitate powerful individual and collaborative learning transformations. As education professionals, we should seek to imbue each teaching and learning moment with presence – the presence to teach, the presence to learn, and the presence to collaborate and construct.”
MARILETTE PRETORIUS
Curriculum Design Manager

“To circumvent the risk of the single colonial story and advance the decolonisation of education discourse, it’s important that we produce local content with which students, from diverse socio-economic backgrounds, can identify. I believe that this commitment to developing locally relevant learning materials will directly enhance student engagement.”
FEZIWE LANGBOOI
Academic Manager

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