GoReact integrates with major learning management systems to enable seamless authentication, course creation, grade passback, and more. Supported platforms include Blackboard, Canvas, D2L, Moodle, and Schoology.
Today’s learners are career-minded, and careers are powered by skills. Not only technical skills but soft skills like communication and critical thinking. See how any skill you teach can be practiced, observed, assessed—and mastered—with GoReact for video + feedback.
University of the Cumberlands
California State University, Stanislaus
How do you adapt skills-based courses for online or hybrid delivery? With GoReact, students in a broad range of programs use video to develop skills, demonstrate competence, and reflect on their performance from anywhere. Beyond core skills-based programs, here’s a cross section of other disciplines using GoReact for hands-on learning:
Students practice and record presentations, performances, or field work on video.
Instructors and peer reviewers give time-coded feedback synced to precise moments in student videos.
Learning by doing may be the most personalized approach to education, and the most time-consuming to grade. That’s where GoReact comes in. Designed to streamline observation and assessment, it makes giving personalized, skill-by-skill feedback faster and more effective.
Learn more about feedback and assessment features in GoReact
Educational technology is ubiquitous, but only a small fraction of edtech innovations help learners develop hands-on career skills. GoReact provides a flexible, scalable way to support in-person, online, and hybrid programs for skill development and workforce training.
Faculty and administrators use reporting tools to compare student engagement and progress over time.
A blog post on how to help students develop career ready skills by enabling experiential learning within the classroom
A short video clip about how students can learn and be inspired by their instructors’ career journeys
A short video clip about the simple ways faculty can help students develop important soft skills