Woofound has launched the official version of Compass Lite, its career-matching personality test, which uses Woofound’s “Me or Not Me” image slider “to match students to specific majors, courses, on-campus activities and ultimately, career paths,” according to a press release from the startup.
As Technically Baltimore reported when Compass Lite was available in pre-release, the Lite test is a web application with Facebook integration, compared with Woofound’s existing personality-matching mobile app, Woofound Explore.
Compass Lite is a simplified version of Woofound’s Compass web application, designed for career and advising departments at colleges. It’s the tool faculty and administrators can use to assist students with course selection and career advising. Towson University and UMBC are presently piloting Woofound’s full Compass application.-30-
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