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Co-founder: Jessie Chuang
Jessie Chuang is co-founder of Classroom Aid Inc., lead of ADL xAPI Chinese Community of Practice, and consultant of Visca – xAPI visual analytics service. She has provided consulting services and courses in OER (Open Educational Resources), mobile learning design, learning standards, educational technology product/solution design and visualization design for educators, researchers and vendors. Recently she is passionate about xAPI implementation design and analysis, data-driven learning design and how analytics & machine learning work in different industries. She often connects ideas from different domains, in her past career in high tech. R&D she had obtained more than 20 patents for new inventions.
Co-founder: Henry Chen
With experience of digital circuit design, product management and quality assurance, high-level management in listed high technology company, Henry is the cornerstone of management and quality assurance of our company operation. He is also documentation lead of xAPI Chinese Community of Practice.
Advisor: Mike W. Gou, Ph.D.
Mike is president of IPS TECH and has co-founded several technology companies. His experience and expertise in electronic industry and business operation provide us valuable perspectives for business development. He is the first supporter behind this company.
Programmer: Patricia Chao
Author: Tess Pajaron
Tess Pajaron is part of Open Colleges, an online course provider based in Sydney, Australia. As an advocate to systematic instruction and teaching, she can also be found working behind InformED, a blog about e-learning and education. On her spare time, she loves to travel and read about life, instruction and psychology.
Author: Karina Barley
Karina D. Barley (Diploma of Teaching, Graduate Diploma of Education, Master of Education) is an Australian teacher with over 20 years’ experience in both mainstream and special education schools and it was her interest in Autism and how to provide better educational opportunities for her students with autism that led her to iPads. Karina completed her Master in Education majoring in technology (specifically the use of iPads) and education and also trialed the use of iPads in her classroom for an entire year. She is now engaged in conducting Professional Development in Victoria, Australia for teachers in both primary and secondary schools and also works as an Autism Consultant.
Editor: Sarah Chen
Sarah Chen is a student of University of Texas at Austin – Red McCombs School of Business. She examines articles and corrects spelling, grammar, or vocabulary mistakes, and occasionally writes articles for people too busy to do so. She is a deep thinker, a library volunteer, a winner of The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and a chocoholic bookworm. Available for writing commissioned articles and editing work.
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