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Say goodbye to tens of different tools that make teaching complicated. Unify your digital learning ecosystem with FeedbackFruits Tool Suite to implement your pedagogies in any modality and classroom size within Canvas.

→ FeedbackFruits is fully integrated into Canvas. Your Canvas groups, gradebook and calendar are automatically synced.

→ Standardize and scale your courses by reusing rubrics and copying existing activities.

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Create Lasting Engagement in Canvas: Best Practices from Cornell University and Eastern Nazarene College
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Linda Lee, Wharton School
Ksenia Ionova
Instructional Designer
Cornell University
Linda Lee, Wharton School
William McCoy
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Linda Lee, Wharton School
Jaco Opschoor
MBO Rijnland
Linda Lee, Wharton School
Max de Raaf
Team Lead Business Development

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InstructureCon 2021 Highlight

Effective and scalable online peer assessment at Carlson School of Management

The Carlson team has been issuing lots of group work and peer feedback activities in their online/hybrid courses, yet it was a time-consuming and troublesome task due to the incompatibility of available tools.

That’s why they sought a more complete pedagogical solution for streamlined peer and group assessments, while also simplifying course management within Canvas - which they found all in FeedbackFruits. The Instructional Design Manager Tony Leisen says: "It [the tools] was doing exactly what we wanted to achieve, making everything easier for IDs and instructors, teaching assistants, and students.”

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