Technology is only as smart as the person using it. SoftChalk allows teachers to use their brain power on lesson planning, not struggling with how to sleuth out technical aspects of instructional technology.
Kentucky Community and Technical College System
SoftChalk has a fairly intuitive user interface, so you can create materials that students find engaging, and faculty can put their best foot forward into the online learning environment.
South Louisiana Community College
Using SoftChalk has radically improved the delivery of information in the Electrical Technology program at South Louisiana Community College. Thanks to the features in Create, I have improved the quality of my activities and eliminated the need for textbooks. Lowering the cost of attendance is always a home-run for my students, but enhancing their experience while reducing the price is a grand slam.
Tyler Junior College
I use SoftChalk in my Anatomy and Physiology lecture courses online. Having created my text and determined what links I want, I can combine text with images, videos, animations, and external links very quickly. Even better, I can provide small self-assessment tools (quick quiz questions, crosswords, drag/drop) that break up the text and allow students to stay focused on important points. Because I keep original text, original art/video, and files of publisher-provided media, updating my pages is fairly painless. Adding new pages or other new content is also simple. Students like the interactive features—it really helps them gauge their understanding. This is the main attraction of SoftChalk for me.
University of Minnesota Physicians
We have been nothing but extremely pleased with the choice we made to go with SoftChalk. SoftChalk allows me to work with instructors who have a background in teaching but not in instructional design and to develop great courses using those folks as well as other subject matter experts so that we get courses that look great, navigate cleanly, that are easy for the end users.
University of Oklahoma
SoftChalk is a ‘wonder’ product that is very versatile for both online and offline needs. As a long-time user of SoftChalk, I am always amazed how flexible and current it is regarding the ever-changing technical environment. Customer Service and the Support Team have always been helpful and pleasant to work with.
University of Texas at Tyler
SoftChalk provided a framework that was easy for users of any level to navigate. Various learning modalities were incorporated into the training (print, audio, and video); appealing to a wide range of learning styles and needs.
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
When we saw SoftChalk, we fell in love with it for a couple of reasons: one, it was very easy to use and two, it gave us a lot of flexibility.
Baltimore City Public Schools
SoftChalk has made it easy for our teachers to be creative, innovative, and successful.
Blended Schools Network
Clark County School District
Hampton City Schools
SoftChalk allows us to easily organize information for both teaching and professional development because it makes it so easy to integrate our own content and then add SoftChalk’s interactive activities. Here in Hampton City Schools, we love having this resource to assist us in our instruction. Using SoftChalk for my work has helped me be more productive so that I am working smarter, instead of harder.
Once I saw SoftChalk in action, I knew it was the solution faculty needed when creating content. I decided to use SoftChalk to make tutorials more dynamic and interactive. The lessons are much more interactive and engaging for the audience. My colleagues at Blackboard were blown away by the appearance and experience of the new tutorials—if only they knew how easy they were to create!
HealthEast Care System
I have received tremendous feedback on the SoftChalk courses. It’s just amazing. The employees think I’ve created some kind of miracle!
Texas Workforce Commission
Unlike our old software, which required a week’s worth of training, SoftChalk is incredibly easy. The first day I downloaded the demo off the Internet I was developing my courses. It’s as simple as using Word™ or PowerPoint™.