How Voice Can Deepen User Engagement and Future-Proof Your Product 


Voice technology is more effective than ever before and it’s cropping up in more places, including in education. It promises students, instructors and administrators easy (and, at times, delightful) ways to interact with digital curriculum and instructional projects. And edtech companies are leveraging voice to deepen user engagement and add new product capabilities. 

Join us for a webinar panel discussion on how edtech companies are starting to build voice-forward experiences for their products. This session will feature how Frontline Education,  Cerego and Instructure are beginning to incorporate voice technology like Alexa to simplify the user experience, provide educators with actionable insights and increase student productivity. 

In this webinar, you will:

Walk through the steps of how to get started with voice technology from companies who’ve already done it

Learn how edtech early adopters are starting to use voice technology to improve the customer experience

Discover how voice technology can make your user experience simpler and more productive

Meet our Panelists

Managing Editor, EdSurge

Tony Wan is Managing Editor at EdSurge. He was named one of Forbes’ “30 Under 30” in Education in 2014.

Host: Tony Wan

Co-Founder & CEO, Cerego

Andrew founded Cerego to create an open platform to improve memory and quantify knowledge. His passion for research stretches back to his high school days at Bronx Science, and inspired him to start three education and technology companies in Tokyo, where he lived for nearly 25 years. 

Andrew Smith Lewis

VP, Platform & Partnerships for Instructure

Melissa focuses on creating a technical infrastructure for all of Instructure's solutions that fosters robust learning ecosystems for their clients. Melissa has spent 20 years in the educational technology world, working for a number of technology suppliers and educational institutions, as well as teaching leadership courses focused on managing technology for educational change. Melissa earned her MA in educational policy from Teachers’ College, Columbia University, and an MBA in leadership from the Columbia Business School.

Melissa Loble

Enterprise Architect for Frontline Education

Bo is the Enterprise Architect for Frontline Education, a leading provider of human capital, business and special education management solutions for K-12. As the only enterprise architect for the company, Bo proposed Frontline’s enterprise-level strategy and oversees the development and continued growth of the award-winning Frontline Insights Platform. Additionally, Bo served as the Tech Strategy Lead through Frontline's unicorn acquisition by Thoma Bravo.

Borzou Motlagh

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