Have you ever been distracted by technology? You are not alone. Worldwide millions of young adults struggle to manage their attention in the digital era.
Inspireo is a mobile companion designed to empower students to direct their own learning in an increasingly distracting digital world. Through a mobile app, students can connect their purpose with their practice, set attainable goals, and establish new habits through reflection routines. Inspireo helps learners focus their attention toward their goals and away from digital detours.
We use the latest research in learning science and neuroscience to trigger your inspiration and improve your studies. Backed by the Stanford Graduate School of Education and the Technology for Equity in Learning Opportunities Center.
Hi! I'm Katie, a Ph.D. student in Learning Science and Technology Design at Stanford. I have a M.S. in Computer Science and a degree in Cognitive Science from Berkeley University. I seek to understand the knowledge, strategies, and mindsets that are necessary for effective learning.
Hi there! I'm Diego, Fulbright Scholar and Stein Fellow at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Previously I worked at Microsoft and Google, and founded a museum tech startup. I design equitable learning experiences across the lifespan.
Hi! I'm Aakar. I just graduated from Stanford University with a bachelors in Computer Science and a fellowship in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design. I hack designs for extreme affordability challenges.
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