When we first began studying that habits of time spent online, most people felt that people 15-30 are just on Facebook and that they are not intellectually curious enough to utilize the breadth of the web. That even though these teenagers and young adults gaze for hours on end at the biggest library in existence, that most of the engagement and absorption was coming from news feeds and likes.
I am happy to officially call this myth busted. At StackUp, a user can turn a Stacker or toggle switch on/off when ever they want to capture their time reading about ANYTHING online. StackUp categories the time, authenticates the user was engaged, and then scores it, allowing them to share what they want on an official StackUp report to share with potential employers, teachers, and friends. It is like a credit score for online learning, but you are in complete control.
In 1 month – Our Beta users have captured 1,000 hours online, learning from over 5,000 websites.