A new article from EdScoop explores 8 ways that colleges are making the most of new technologies and teaching methods in the aftermath of 2020 and 2021, including the use of emerging technologies like Piazza, TimelyCare, and Packback.
As the jarring effects of COVID wind down, institutions are looking for ways to provide students with more options when it comes to how they access higher education.
In the wake of the global pandemic, many new tools and best practices have emerged for enhancing students’ learning experience and getting the most out of the classroom. A new article from EdScoop explores 8 ways that colleges are making the most of new technologies and teaching methods in the aftermath of 2020 and 2021.
One of the ways institutions are maximizing the learning experience? Through the use of Packback’s AI-driven discussion platform, which acts as an intermediary when professors and TA’s aren’t able to give students immediate feedback.
“1. Creating meaningful discussions
When students submit work to online class discussion boards, professors and teaching assistants aren’t always available to give immediate feedback. Some universities have begun using artificial intelligence software called Packback that scans content for grammar and suggests ways for students to improve their posts. That can include adding a source or including supporting information.“Excerpt from “8 ways colleges are adjusting digital services for 24/7 students”