Dugga is developed by teachers with

many years of experience in the

school system

Dugga is a Spin-off from a research and development project at the Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm University, the Royal Institute of Technology, Umeå University, HAN University of Applied Sciences and Stics Research.

As the only digital test system, Dugga received research funding from Sweden’s Innovation Agency Vinnova, under the Ministry of Economic Affairs, through the initiative “School of the Future”. Specifically, the directives underlined the importance of developing the system based on scientific research in the same way as the school system in general is based on scientific research. Dugga is exactly that: based on scientific research, created by teachers.

“In every school, each child deserves equal opportunities and needs to be given the right to quality education.”

Claudia Rademaker, PhD

Co-founder Dugga

“As teachers, we should take away unnecessary stress for students during exams.

Patrik Nilsson, PhD

Co-founder Dugga

Dugga ensures an objective assessment

We believe that no one should be assessed biased by their appearance, surname, handwriting or in-class behavior. Dugga enables fair assessment.

With the development of Dugga, we started with teachers who were not very knowledgeable about IT, computers and the like. Our assumption was that if we could build a digital assessment system that was so user-friendly and easy to use that even less computer-skilled educators could easily use the platform, it would be very easy for computer-experienced educators to quickly get started with Dugga.

Dugga ensures that relevant legislation is followed such as the Education Act (2010:800), the Higher Education Ordinance (1993:100) and the General Data Protection Regulation (2017/18:105) commonly referred to as GDPR.

 

With the development of Dugga, we started with teachers who were not very knowledgeable about IT, computers and the like. Our assumption was that if we could build a digital assessment system that was so user-friendly and easy to use that even less computer-skilled educators could easily use the platform, it would be very easy for computer-experienced educators to quickly get started with Dugga.

Dugga ensures that relevant legislation is followed such as the Education Act (2010:800), the Higher Education Ordinance (1993:100) and the General Data Protection Regulation (2017/18:105) commonly referred to as GDPR.

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