BibliU- Automate Learning Content Workflows and Improve Student Outcomes

Share this post:  
The post-pandemic learning landscape is evolving quickly as universities once again transition
around the pandemic. Some are calling for in-person only learning now all restrictions have been lifted to ensure students see the most from their investment into higher education in the UK. Whilst others are looking for a way to keep the benefits found through a period of forced digital transformation, to ensure university education is inclusive and accessible.


With the pandemic changing the way we interact with education, it is imperative that technology and education transition into a blended learning model that suits the university students of today.

BibliU surveyed 1,000 UK university students and found that encouragingly, over half (58%) of UK students believe their university made improvements to the learning experience during the pandemic. However, 49% think more must be done to provide mental health support and lower the prices of learning materials to reduce the overall cost of learning post-pandemic.

In fact, the data shows that seven in ten (70%) UK students have skipped buying course-required textbooks. Economics, political science, and biology students are most likely to avoid buying course learning materials. While almost all (90%) students believe that most textbooks should be provided as eTextbooks.

So how do we bridge the blending learning gap and improve teaching standards?

One viable solution to these issues is BibliU, an EdTech startup which seeks to utilise automation, analytics and artificial intelligence to deliver a more effective learning experience. With this platform, the ability of universities to provide first class digital content goes up considerably; putting the material in the hands of the students from the very first day. Its Learning Enablement Platform contributes heavily to this with three key solutions for universities and their students BibliU Automate, BibliU Learn and BibliU Engage, all of which enable greater freedom to learn but also further current education infrastructure.

The Automate system allows institutions to remove any administrative work that is often associated with content selection and management. With such tech, universities or schools are able to deploy and manage their content catalogue all from one place with dashboards and intelligent purchasing management features.

Bibliu automate

The Learn system gives individuals access to digital textbooks linked from within the Learning Management System on any device, both on and offline; revolutionising the way students interact with their academic content through textbooks. Given features that facilitate note-taking, highlighting, sharing and customisable reading experiences, students are given the freedom to interact with any learning style that suits them.

The Engage system utilises the best instructional strategies to help increase student engagement, particularly through the interactive nature of its content. The use of this platform enables otherwise static digital textbook content to become interactive through discussions and quizzes. Further analytical detail on content usage and student study habits can be accessed by academics and administrators; which can help shape lessons and provide personalised teaching in the future.

It is crucial for any university, keen to be at the forefront of the education industry, to utilise these learning enablement technologies to ensure their university’s transition to blended learning is a smooth journey. With a design that seeks to address the unique requirements of students, faculties, libraries and publishers in post-pandemic education, BibliU’s digital learning platform is the standout solution.

BibliU app

BibliU has a mobile app that is available at both Google Play and Apple App Store. BibliU is also available for download for MacOS and Windows. 

By Dave Sherwood, CEO of BibliU

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.