By building and maintaining course sites as central hubs for associated materials, including resources, activities, assignments, and assessments
By compiling and storing various metrics of student engagement and performance
By connecting to University systems, such as the Student Information System (SIS), to import and export rosters, grades, and other key information
By integrating with additional learning technologies to encourage the development of specialized Next Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLEs) unique to the structure and goals of each course
A valuable new feature allows instructors to link documents stored in their OneDrive accounts to their course sites in Collab or Canvas for annotation with Hypothesis.
Discover how faculty and staff are using various learning technologies in their courses and projects.
A selection of notable additions and enhancements included in Collab's extensive system upgrade, currently scheduled for August 18.
An upgraded connection between Gradescope and Collab offers multiple benefits, including the ability to edit grades in Collab after they've been synced from Gradescope.
Well-structured course content and activities can help students by streamlining navigation, reducing confusion, and prioritizing progress and learning.
An award-winning Biomedical Engineering professor uses a combination of tools to present course materials and objectives, encourage participation in multiple forms, and analyze and solve problems collaboratively.
An English professor specializing in both early modern literature and educational development offers a seminar driven by digital assignments and collaborations to explore classic texts in new ways.