In Do-IT Profiler, we have more data than we can analyse for research. There is so much data and so many variables. For example, everybody knows rhyming is important. But what makes a good rhyming test? Traditionally, you have a list of test items, and you say what rhymes (or not), and then have a […]
During an official visit to G4S Parc Prison in Bridgend on 9 February 2015, The Princess Royal was shown innovative ways of supporting offenders with learning difficulties are being using a computerised evaluation of their needs, and in particular using Do-IT Profiler. This system, developed by Cardiff based Do-IT Solutions, is a unique computerised modular […]
We are pleased to have launched Student+ Profiler today, aimed at the university market. In keeping with tradition, we had a huge launch party – well, two of us had a couple of donuts. I admit, it has been some time in the development phase. But we wanted to produce something that was fit for […]
The February webinar turned out to be more of a challenge than I had originally anticipated, but fun nonetheless. For a start, I had to drop the part about Executive Function as there was way too much about working memory to try to cover both. Then I had to tiptoe my way through the minefield […]
Frightening statistics have emerged from a study of secondary school kids in Soweto, where it was found that 39 of the 160 in the study had wanted to give up on life. For the full press release, click here.
We’re happy to announce the latest release of Do-IT Profiler on 7th January 2015, aiming to improve usability, security and [..]
We’re happy to announce another release on 7 December 2014 to improve the usability, security and reliability of Do-IT Profiler.
We released a couple of new features on the 23rd of November to improve the usability, security and reliability of Do-IT Profiler.
Although we try to avoid labels, sometimes you just need to use them! Screening+ Profiler has been launched, in association with the British Dyslexia Association, specifically looking to target the adult dyslexic individual. I admit we are just a bit proud of the outcome, which brings together what seems like years of building to this […]
This is a talk given today on International Literacy Day 2014 by Dr Smythe, and addresses 10 questions as to why so many children and adults are being failed in the provision of support for their literacy learning needs. Listen to this talk here.