If an existing tool does not meet a demonstrated teaching and learning need, new tools are investigated and, if approved, piloted before becoming a supported tool. The following tools are in the pilot phase on all campuses.

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InScribe connects communities of educators and students to provide highly scalable, context-specific support, when and where students need it most.

Learn about Inscribe

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Collaborative annotation software that makes reading active, visible and social. Hypothes.is enables students to engage with their texts, instructors, ideas and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways.

Learn about Hypothes.is

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Gradescope is a tool designed to streamline and standardize paper-based, digital and code assignments. It supports problem sets and projects as well as worksheets, quizzes, exams and papers. With Gradescope, instructors can create more consistent grading across students and sections.

Learn about Gradescope

Future Teaching Tools Pilots

None at this time.

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