Productive classes everywhere, of all subjects and sizes, run on Campuswire
“Campuswire’s forum is amazing, so students actually use it without being coerced. So I end up spending less time answering student questions because they answer each other’s.”
“Campuswire was just so easy from setting up to actually using it. I get a lot of feedback from students, and it’s the first time they’ve used Campuswire — they’re very happy about it.”
A shoutout to the good folks at @campuswire, which you can think of as a Piazza replacement. Won't fix all the issues w/ the forum mode, but much better interface, super-responsive people, product-based business model, and much more. Used this summer, will again this semester.
*CS professor at Brown University
Mid-season MVP for my online precalculus class is @CampuswireHQ. I used to be all aboard Team Slack for online courses, but CampusWire is IMO miles better for teaching. Students love it and are using it like gangbusters.
*Math professor at Grand Valley State University
I just demoed @CampuswireHQ, a platform that aims "to bring course communication into the 21st century" by "streamlin[ing] Q&A, announcements and discussions". It feels like what LMSs could be if they were as good as @Twitter, @Dropbox, and their ilk. (link: https://campuswire.com) campuswire.com
*Philosophy Ph.D. candidate at Florida State University
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