Thursday, June 22, 2017 at REGISTER: https://zoom.us/j/270573676
Starts at 12:30 PM · Ends at 1:00 PM, MST (America/Denver)
View the webinar recording here: FeedbackBoxDemo on Vimeo
Professors and university administrations seek to build inclusive learning environments. Students appreciate the opportunity to provide feedback with enough runway to see change.
We’ve bridged these needs with the simplest solution imaginable (and the simplest name). Feedback Box is exactly what it sounds like: a free-standing text box that lives on Canvas via LTI integration, where students can share anonymous feedback any time during the semester. Professors receive an email notification on days they’ve received new feedback. Then they can log into Canvas to see comments. We’ve built this simple system to ensure true anonymity, so students can feel comfortable expressing their needs and professors can be sure the comments they receive are honest.
“We partnered to build Feedback Box with Nick and his team with the aim of making something easy to locate and effortless to use for the higher education community.” – Christine Costantino, Instructional Technologist at Yale’s Center for Teaching and Learning
Join us for a quick and easy demonstration of this elegant solution.
Click here to register for this session: https://zoom.us/j/270573676
NOTE: The features discussed in this session may require additional paid services of a 3rd party provider. Please check out ovote for more information.
- Nick Andris
Founder at oVoteNick Andris founded oVote, a startup offering modern tools for student feedback, with former Teach for America instructors Laura Fletcher and Jake Dreier. The team met during their time as MBA students at the Yale School of Management. Before coming to New Haven, Nick lived in New York City where he worked in financial business development and became a Chartered Financial Analyst.INSERT BIO
- Laura Fletcher
Co-founder at oVoteLaura Fletcher, co-founder and former COO of oVote, was previously an elementary teacher and charter school network administrator, and is now working in the tech world in Denver, CO.