Thursday, December 23, 2010

LearnBoost Update

Yesterday, LearnBoost, a site that enables teachers to manage their classroom with a free gradebook and software to create and manage lesson plans, track attendance, maintain schedules, integrate calendars, and much more, announced three changes designed to improve your LearnBoost experience.

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The first change is the introduction of networks that represent a group of like minded users or people who teach at the same school entity. You can add multiple networks as well. In the future, you'll be able to share privately or publicly within your network.

The second change eliminates the dependency on usernames, simplifying the login process by only allowing email address logins.

The third change makes signing up for a LearnBoost account easier. Just enter your first name, last name, email address, and password and you are ready to get started.

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1 comment:

Kim T said...

Love this free application! I am using it for my adult diploma class I teach at night. There has never been a grading program and I used to spend tedious amounts of time working in a spreadsheet. Now, could not be easier! Introducing it to my other night school teachers to try. I hope they like it as much as I do.

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