What is Campus Learning?

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Campus Learning is the Infinite Campus LMS that connects teachers to new, powerful tools for digital learning. Campus Learning is a premium option for Campus Instruction. A free trial of Campus Learning was available for the 17-18 school year. Licenses to Campus Learning can now be purchased at a district, school, or individual teacher level.

Visit campuslearning.com for a home base for teachers to learn about their Campus Instruction and Campus Learning tools, including release notes and announcements for new and updated features, opportunities to connect through training events and usability testing, and links to the Teachers on Campus blog, teacher-specific help content, and social media.

Check out this video for an overview of this offering:

Teachers are welcomed to visit Campus Learning Home for more information, including information about training and learning content, opportunities to participate in usability testing, and the Teachers on Campus blog.

Campus Learning includes the following existing and new tools for teachers. Additional features will be released in the coming year.

"For Students" and "For Teachers" Areas of Assignments

"For Students" includes options for providing instructions to students, attaching files or assessments, and enabling student submissions.

"For Teachers" includes similar options for recording notes and attaching files that are not visible by students.

*Some options must be configured at the district level.

Progress Monitor & Individualized Assignments

The Progress Monitor allows teachers in standards-based classrooms to view students' proficiency at a glance and easily manage assignments across all standards in a section.

Individualized assignments allow teachers to specify which students receive an assignment and each student's Assigned and Due Dates.

Score Analysis

The Score Analysis tool allows teachers to view a distribution of student scores on assignments and visually break down how each student scored.






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