Uniting Technology & Education

to Support Great Minds

Relevant. Easy. Smart.

Socio empowers student as active learner, endorses teacher as inspiring facilitator, and supports IT admin as key partner to achieve higher performance, deeper engagement, and enhanced learning experience in university.

Tired of expensive and endless training? Socio is mainly focused on user adaptability to reach optimum adoption rate.


Socio is designed to be social not just virtual by which mean interactive features are developed as the essence of knowledge sharing


Whether you want to build a digital culture, increase productivity, improve academic performance or even as simple as publishing announcement, Socio fulfills all these needs.


Not merely a 1,000 features of LMS, Socio brings what really matters to today’s classroom practices.

More teaching, less tech-ing.

Socio’s all-in-one EduTech LMS solutions for universities and schools facilitate both online and face-to-face learning through web-based systems. We’ve taken the best of the worlds leading technological advancements and combined them into a powerful education technology tool that hosts webinars and in-group sessions, live discussions boards, notification and announcements, events, assessments, learning materials and much more.

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What’s ‘Colorism’?

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Authored by David Knight.
When I began teaching in Boston, I was struck by how often students of color referred to each other as “light-skinned” or “dark-skinned.” Almost daily, I witnessed high school students identify, categorize and stereotype their peers based on skin tone. Having grown up Afri..

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