Dr. Danielle Goodspeed shares her secret for getting students excited to participate in just 15 minutes a week. She uses Packback’s Feed Sorting feature to find three students questions to bring into class.
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Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares what it’s like working with Packback and how the Packback team stands out from other EdTech companies.
Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares what he enjoys most about working with his Packback Experience Manager.
Finding and managing time as a professor is overwhelming. For many professors, clocking a 60-hour week is the norm and finding where to cut back can be tricky. Facilitating classes, mentoring students, conducting research and professional development activities are just the beginning; and when midterms or finals come around, any established routine doesn’t last. Suddenly, […]
University of North Carolina Charlotte had a stronger interest in psychology when they could see how the material they were learning related to their lives. Learn how Dr. West used Packback to make this connection.
Dr. Mark Reisinger explains how Packback adds value to his self-paced online course at Binghamton University.
When Dr. Matt Goren’s finance class at the University of Georgia grew from 200 to 2,200 students per year, he had to find a way to use technology to grade and manage all of his students. Learn how Packback helped make Dr. Goren’s large courses more manageable. Read Dr. Goren’s case study to learn why he prefers […]
Dr. Kaston Anderson-Carpenter from Michigan State University shares how the features on Packback make it a more valuable tool than Learning Management System discussion boards.
Dr. Mark Reisinger from Binghamton University explains how thanks to Packback’s Artificial Intelligence, spending 10 minutes a week spent on the platform does more than just grade and moderate student discussions.
Dr. Stacey Combes likes Packback because of how easy it is for her and her students to use.