May 18, 2016
It's the 14th award for Edsby, and the industry's highest honor, the "Academy Award" of software.
- Invitation-only customer meetup today at Edsby HQ. Gathering customer feedback on new upcoming features. #Edsbyfest #LMS #edtech 5 days ago
- RT @sarahbobka: Thanks @ScottJohnsonVP & @ronaldplaizier for a great @Edsby presentation during our MPP-Trustee Dialogue Session #KPRisawes… 5 days ago
- RT @shelhuds: Three #GECDSB schools went launched today @Edsby attendance. @McCallumsPlace @jackminer_ps and Anderdon 5 days ago
Read details of how Edsby helps…
Edsby gives educators everything they need to manage learning in and out of the classroom, and to engage better with their communities.
Students, parents, teachers and administrators all have their own type of access to Edsby, which is tightly coupled to a district’s existing systems in an unusually advanced way. more »
What sets Edsby apart? It’s not a simple standalone app for individual teachers. It’s a sophisticated enterprise K-12 learning management system that lets districts engage every student, teacher and parent in a standardized, controlled way.
Leverage key existing systems
Remarkably tight connections with legacy systems enable Edsby to share sensitive information with parents and students securely, while deploying quickly and staying current with minimal administration. more »
Use your own policies & terms
Districts all have different policies for assessments, calculating and sharing grades, local language and more. Edsby allows freedom in how you set up your system and keeps your customizations through upgrades. more »
Designed specifically for K-12
Edsby was built with the assessments and reporting needed in K-12, and support for parents. Other learning management systems try to serve higher ed & business as well. Edsby was made just for K-12, and it shows. more »
We use Edsby so much we created a staff position for it. It’s amazing.
Users obsess about Edsby
Students and parents use Edsby non-stop. Some access it dozens of times a day. more »