Every year, we highlight our amazing customers and the innovative work they are doing to promote their educational technology with Impact. We are proud to announce our nominees for the 2020-2021 academic year Impact Awards!
Hey Impact user! Did you know Impact messages can be personalized and placed on-demand anywhere within your learning application, targeted at any specific group of users? Messages can be filled with text, and rich content such as images, videos or embedded iframes!
Impact by Instructure is fully immersed in the Instructure Community, complete with the roadmap and release notes. What do these additions mean to you? Take a look at how they contribute to the purpose of the Community and keep you apprised of upcoming features.
We have had quite a busy year and wanted to find the best way to keep you all apprised of the inner workings of Impact as well as what new content you can expect. Thus, the monthly Impact Newsletter was born. Each month, our community and customer success team will create a guide to all things Impact. You can expect new blogs, content pushes, universe submissions, and other updates to pop up in our newsletter.
Moving between Learning Management Systems can be challenging for students and faculty. Impact by Instructure is here to make these transitions as easy as possible by tracking the onboarding process and guiding the offboarding of users by providing in-app communication and support at the moment of need.
Impact Campaigns are not only the best way to communicate with your users within your LMS, but they can also be used solely for tracking specific aspects of EdTech adoption at your institution! But how exactly do they work without the messaging or help items, and why are they useful for your institution?
One of the first ever Impact customers,Saxion Universityhas been using Impactsince early 2011! They initially got on board because they found themselves explaining new LMS functionalities over and over to users, despite efforts to pre-emptively inform them. They decided they needed a more efficient way to communicate with their users, andImpactwas going to facilitate that communication.
Higher education has taken a full swing to embrace the digital classroom due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While many schools may have been unprepared in the spring, this fall will be the test for how prepared institutions are to provide a digital education.
Exam and testing periods can be nerve-racking for both faculty and students, especially when having to proctor virtually. Faculty may be worried they have set up tests incorrectly or that they don’t have the right tools to avoid academic dishonesty enabled.
The end of the semester is a trying time for students and instructors, but additionally difficult with added communication, support assistance, and training expectations for LMS administrative teams. To alleviate some of the stress related to these adaptations, we have created several Impact campaigns to help institutions conclude the semester as smoothly as possible.