Collaborative Networked Learning



Enable students to engage with lecture presentations via their smart device. Students can make comments, ask questions or provide feedback (on the lecture pace or their level of understanding) using their smart device from any location and in private. This can be done before, during or after the official presentation time.


Questions & Quizzes

A lecturer can upload tasks, questions or, quizzes to their students and collect responses for immediate analysis, providing information on student's level of understanding of the material (before, during or after the official presentation time).


Reference support

Some words or terminology that are included in presentations may need further explanation for some students. By clicking on a word or term, students can automatically access an available reference source definition of that word or term.



International students may struggle to understand all the terms that are included in a presentation.Students who may not understand the meaning of a term can instantly have the term translated to language of their choice by clicking on the word.


Flipped Classroom

Students can ‘tag’ a slide indicating to the lecturer that they require further explanation. This allows the lecturer to identify areas where the student requires learning support and focus their learnings in that area.


Revision Support

Lecturers can ‘rate’ a learning concept as "important" in a particular course. This allows students to automatically gather important material for fast and efficient revision before exams. Students can also annotate slides and take noes which can be saved for later revision.


Live Broadcasting

Students who are not able to join a face to face learning presentation, tutorial or workshop can view material, listen to the presentation and interact with the lecturer using their internet-connected smart device, without the need to install apps.


Lecture Recording

Rather than having to listen to a recorded presentation from beginning to end, students can directly access relevant sections of the presentation, using their internet-connected smart device.Final recording video clips are provided based on individual slides.


Group power

Lecturers can assign students into groups automatically via the TKiEE system, Results of group brainstorming and knowledge sharing can be gathered (in word bubble form) and can be projected on the screen for everyone to view. This is a powerful tool brainstorming which captures all contributions made by students.

A New Generation of Student Engagement for Enhanced Learning

TKiEE (pronounced ‘Tiki’ like Wiki) is the next generation Learning Engagement Environment that facilitates learning interaction in the classroom as well as in blended learning modalities. The ubiquitous nature of TKiEE enables institutions to convert physical facilities into vibrant learning spaces with no infrastructure requirements. A rich set of collaborative tools enhances the student experience addressing the intellectual, emotional, behavioural, and social factors that underpin successful learning.

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TKiEE is designed to enhance classroom interaction. Students can simply click a link to access the material presented by the lecturer and interact with the material by asking questions, responding to quizzes, making annotations and other useful learning enhancing features.

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