I recently posted a videoabout the “new look” teachers in some districts are able to try. It included a linkto a previous blog post all about the “new look.”
If you are able to access the “new look,” and are willing to do so, we would very much like your feedback! Our development team is closing in on the final design and now is the time to influence what all Campus users, not just teachers, can experience next school year.
There are two ways to give feedback.
Use the feedback button. Located in the same place you toggled the “new look” on, you can access a feedback form.
On a Community Forum. Here’s a link to a forum created specifically for teachers to discuss the “new look.” Contribute your thoughts to the thread.
Win a $50 Amazon gift card
Anyone who contributes to the New Look Feedback forum byFriday, March 20 will be automatically entered in a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card! Toggle on the New Look, give it a test run and let us know what you think!
Back in June, I posted about the “new look” of Campus for teachers. That post is chock full of information about the new experience with lots of screenshots and links to additional information. This new way of navigating around Campus is available to many teachers today, and now there’s a video overview available. Take a look!
Generating reports for students, for parents/guardians, or for you as a teacher as you plan instruction are all so important. That’s why a project here at Infinite Campus to improve reports for teachers is ongoing. And at the beginning of January, more improvements were made.
Version .1945 includes a new Advisory tool, Score Analysis for Scoring Rubrics, and a new Score screen in Progress Monitor
November is bringing more new features to teachers who use Infinite Campus! All Campus teachers have a new tool: the Advisory tool. For teachers with the Campus Learning LMS, there are two new additions: Score Analysis for Scoring Rubrics and the Score Screen in Progress Monitor. If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll recall I previewed the Score Screen last month.
Whether you are new or seasoned Campus user, I’m happy to announce six upcoming webinar sessions called Campus Learning Tips & Tricks. Each webinar is 60 minutes and you’ll walk away with an update on all the cool new things you can do in Campus Learning. You have lots of choices for dates and times, but they’re coming up fast. Best of all these sessions are free and open to anyone so invite your colleagues!Continue reading “Free webinars for teachers coming soon”
Last week I was at ISTE! It was my first time there and it was definitely an experience. It was, among other things: overwhelming, inspirational, exhausting, illuminating, and fun. My favorite part was talking to teachers – whether it was at the Infinite Campus booth, during listen and learn sessions, at the poster sessions, or just sitting down to have a cup of coffee.Continue reading “ISTE Report + Free Resources”
Some teachers have already been using and providing feedback on a new look for Campus where all of your tools from Campus Instruction and Campus Tools are available in one place. No more clicking back and forth between! It’s part of a whole new look and feel that is coming to Infinite Campus. We are looking for more teachers to try it out and let us know what you think while it is still in development. It’s safe to do – if you turn it on and don’t like it, you can turn it off and try it again after more changes have been made.Continue reading “Teachers ‘test drive’ New Look of Campus tools”
We’re releasing a slew of enhancements to the Control Center with the 1925 release, available later this month. (Not sure what version of Campus you are on? Click here to find out how to tell. And remember, not every district takes an update at the same time. Talk to your district’s Campus admin to find out when you will see these changes.) If you’re a teacher, this is the first screen you see after you login to Campus. The thing I’m most excited about is all of the things we made better were asked for by you and your colleagues!Continue reading “We hear you! Control Center evolves with ideas from teachers”