- Download this new whitepaper to discover how digital learning tools enhance the educational experience.
- Learn how the University of Birmingham used digital tools to improve teaching and learning.
- Examine new approaches based on research and experience with Maple T.A., Maplesoft’s testing and assessment software.
As technology expands, it is changing the way education is delivered. Institutions have new tools for engaging students and providing them with access to digital educational materials. As these new tools are implemented, it is essential to ensure efficiency and optimise time and resources. How is this achieved?
The University of Birmingham began researching this question after implementing Maple T.A. several years ago. They discovered that the use of Maple T.A. improved the learning experience for students and optimised instructors’ time for working with students. To maximise their efforts, faculty made it a priority to develop high-quality customised content specifically designed to meet the needs of their students. The university was also able to integrate Maple T.A. with their learning management system, CANVAS, which allowed them to offer more thorough assessment and improve teaching and learning initiatives.
Download this whitepaper to view examples and learn how the University of Birmingham used Maple T.A. to develop unique content and new approaches for delivering education online.