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Student Response in Any Classroom Size or Configuration
Via’s cloud-based architecture was specifically designed to support ultra-large hybrid class configurations with thousands of students, many of whom participate remotely. Legacy clicker systems are limited in range and capabilities due to their software based architecture and proprietary closed classroom networks. Via eliminates all of these limitations, and engages today’s “mobile-app generation” by using devices they never forget to bring to class along with a highly interactive app-based interface that enables students to participate in class from any location.
Single, Reusable Question/Assessment Bank and Grade Book Provides Flexibility & Saves Time
With Via Response your question bank, assessments and grade book are securely stored in the cloud in a single location that can be reused across classes and terms. They are accessed and managed with robust, yet simple, interface wizards that enable instructors to get a class started with Via in 15 minutes or less. Questions and assessments are created and stored once and then accessed in real-time in any class across multiple terms, and can even be shared online with peer instructors or teaching assistants.
Engage Students with Advanced Social Media Features that Clickers Will Never Be Able to Provide
Via Engage revs up your ability to communicate in and out of class with powerful blog and chat features that enable students to interact in real-time with peers and instructors. No need to friend or follow as the platform empowers students to personalize how they receive public and private communication..
Secured, Encrypted Student Data Reduces Risk of FERPA Student Privacy Violations
Student responses are uploaded automatically in real-time and immediately available to both you and the student to review and confirm. Student data is securely encrypted and stored, which virtually eliminates the risk of FERPA violations that are common with legacy clicker systems where student data is typically stored and managed as basic CSV files on instructor thumb drives or computers.