Health science programs have specific needs and heavy workloads that extend beyond what is supported by other software systems made for higher education. eduCATE improves the workflow of educators as they train the health science professionals of the future.
eduCATE is a learning management system (LMS) that was designed to meet the needs of programs like yours and comes from a team of software engineers with years of experience in health science education. eduCATE works by itself or seamlessly integrates with other eMedley products.
Your LMS should be modern, innovative, and easy to use. eduCATE was one of the first platforms to implement a feed style, which is familiar to modern users from social media. Students see an integrated feed of assignments, announcements, and newly added materials from all of their classes in one place.
Users can even like or reply to posts in the feed, encouraging interaction and building classroom community. Build your classroom community with eduCATE’s interactive course feed, internal messaging interface, and discussion boards, and more.
Class materials now extend beyond just handouts or readings. Videos, blog posts, and even social media are all leveraged to increase engagement, critical thinking, knowledge, and media literacy.
In eduCATE, all of these can be shared easily and securely. This post appears in the integrated feed and can also be linked to specific sessions so that it is easy to access session objectives and all related material.
Make the most of your time and expertise. Our fast, powerful, and intuitive gradebook takes the administrative load of grading off of instructors and allows them to focus on actually instructing. Grade weighting, curving, and calculating can all be automated, and grades can be imported from external applications.
eduCATE has a fully functional mobile app, allowing students and faculty to stay connected whenever and wherever they go. In the modern learning environment, flexibility is key, and the mobile app’s full functionality helps users remain engaged in the class regardless of computer crashes, time away, and busy schedules.