Nursing Education

The Best of Video Assessment: 6 Chart-Topping Testimonials From Nurse Educators

A webinar featuring nurse educators from around the country

Nurse educators from around the country share how they use video assessment to better prepare students for professional practice, while also saving time and budget.

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Hillary Gamblin:

Hello, thank you for joining today’s workshop about leveraging video assessment in your nursing program. My name’s Hillary Gamblin. I am your host today. And if you joined us before, we’re doing things a little bit different than we’ve done them in the past. Instead of having a live guest with us, we’re going to be sharing clips from past webinars. So it’s kind of like the best hits of all of our workshops so far. And all of our best hits are going to be testimonials. And they’re going to focus on why video assessment is crucial for any nursing program and then the different types of assignments and tasks that these people are using, video assessment, especially GoReact to complete any task and assignments. So once we’ve covered all those amazing stories, we’re going to do a live Q&A with Jessica.

Hillary Gamblin:

Jessica is our Northeastern territory representative, and she’s worked with a lot of nursing customers and we are going to do a live Q&A with Jessica at the end. So if you would like to submit a question for her, it’s the tab just below the video feed. And if you see a question someone else asks and you’re like, “Yes, I want that question answered.” You can vote for it. So it’s called the up vote feature. Don’t forget there’s a chat feature also on the right side of the video feed. A lot happens there. You can talk to other people that are live with us that are participating, share ideas, contact information, if you want to meet up afterwards. So please be aware of that. And then right next to the ask a question is a polling feature. We’d like to start off today with a quick poll to get to know everyone a bit better. Now we are going to be talking about how you can use any video assessment software in your nursing program.

Hillary Gamblin:

But a lot of our examples are going to be with GoReact as you would expect. So we want to know how familiar everybody is with the GoReact before we get started. So that is the question, you’ll see it pop up. How familiar are you with GoReact? You have a go, what? And then I’ve heard a GoReact. I know what it is. And I’ve actually used it with nursing students. So we’ll give you a few seconds to answer that question real quick, and then we will see where everybody’s at. So we have a couple go whats. So if you do [inaudible 00:02:33] know GoReact is please just be patient. I’m going to actually have Jessica give us a quick little demo, so people know what we’re talking about today. As we mentioned, video assessment software, specifically GoReact and looked at those examples. So Jessica, do you want to help bring everybody up to speed real quickly?

Jessica:

Absolutely. Thank you, Hillary. I’m going to go ahead and share my screen and just jump into the platform real quick. So this is going to be your GoReact dashboard, where you see your assignments on the left hand side and any of your completed assignments on the right. Now, this can be used within a learning management system as well. However, I’m going to go ahead and show you GoReact.com today. For your students to get their videos in to GoReact, they have a couple different options. They can record directly into GoReact. They can save them their space on their laptop, tablet, cell phone, whatever device that they are recording on. They can also upload their videos that they can record when they don’t have a stable internet connection uploaded at a later time. And then you also have that Zoom and YouTube integration. So let’s go ahead and jump into one of the videos.

Jessica:

Now I have my volume muted, so you won’t necessarily hear any of that volume today, but it looks really simplistic where you see the video on the left hand side and all that valuable feedback that we’re going to talk about today on the right hand side for your student. Now, we’ll jump down here to the types of feedback that you’re able to provide. I’m going to go ahead and put in a quick text based feedback for this particular student, completing their head to toe assessment. What you noticed there being that this is the recording of their video. It pauses allowing you to complete your thought via text. Now, you can do this also live. So if you’re in person or if you’re virtual, or if you’re even in a different room while your students completing that head to toe assessment, you can absolutely do that through GoReact as well. So once I press enter a return on my keypad, my keyboard, you’re going to go ahead and see that that piece of feedback is time coded for the student.

Jessica:

So when the, they go back and review their videos, they’ll have that context for deeper level of learning. We don’t just permit text feedback. We have video and audio feedback. Video’s going to be great for maybe you want to show the student what they’re doing wrong or something visual that the student needs to see. The audio is great especially if you’re focusing on bedside manner or maybe the tonality of their voice. You can always upload a video, provide them with a YouTube link, use any videos that are in your library that you’ve uploaded, and then you have your option of your end note. Most faculty do stick with this text, video and audio though. Couple other things, quick things I do want to mention. You can have your students self reflect here. You can have them respond to your feedback. Or if it’s their self-reflection, you can always respond to them as well.

Jessica:

We’ll hear a couple instances today, a couple use cases where they have the students really self reflect and go back in and review some things and recreate some videos of their own. These right here are going to your markers. Your markers are set by you, completely customizable, whatever you’re particularly looking for in this video. Now, these can be things that translate to a rubric. They can be things like great job or need improvement that you just still want to type over and over and over again. I have a couple examples here today. We’ll just put an appropriate hand placement, maybe their standards and giving directions verbatim, low fidelity. Those probably look a little bit familiar to you. You can always provide additional context on them as well for your students. Speaking of using markers for your rubric, you can easily copy and paste a rubric that you already use into the GoReact platform so that you can complete that quickly and efficiently for your students.

Jessica:

You have check boxes, text boxes, quantitative scales, qualitative scales, whatever you already use as far as a rubric, use that same process in place. Now you can post that rubric for your student to see that grade. And if you have that integration with your learning management system that I previously talked about, you can easily get that grade put directly into your grade book for ease of use, time savings that we’ll talk about a little bit later and there’s no translation error. So it really does all the work for you there. That really is GoReact in a nutshell, Hillary. I’ll turn it back over to you.

Hillary Gamblin:

Perfect. Thank you. Like I mentioned before, while the examples that we’re going to be using today in use cases, you can use whatever video assessment program that you are currently using. We are going to be using GoReact example, so I didn’t want you feeling like you were in a foreign land. So that was just to give you some context. And the goal of today, like I said, is just that so you can utilize your video assessment program in your nursing program and leverage, so you are getting more bang for your buck. That you are getting the most out of it that you can possibly do, and that you can better prepare your students. So now that we’ve covered the technical details and our goals for the workshop, let’s get started. To kick things off we’re actually going to hear from Dr. Ali Galindo. She’s an associate professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science.

Hillary Gamblin:

Ali started using video assessment even before the pandemic broke out a couple years before. And being an early adopter, she’s going to share why video assessment is an integral part for any nursing program. What is it about video assessment that better prepares students for that first day on the job as a nurse?

Dr. Ali Galindo:

All right. So definitely I think that even though we are back on campus, we have to remember that we have supplemental tools that can help with learning when the students are outside of the classroom. So I pulled out a quote from Ben, Franklin, smart dude this guy. “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn.” And that’s what we want. We want an opportunity for students to have time during nursing school, to have formative learning and building blocks. So to answer your question, what do we know about what leads to that summative amount of knowledge that students can walk away from? We know that they need hands on practice. We know that there is positing the literature on how adopting certain technologies affects students learning. And we know that there’s evidence supporting that applied to learning opportunities, hands on experiential learning do exist to augment student learning.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So a few years ago I came across GoReact, believe it or not on Facebook. And I was looking at it and I was like, “Oh my God, this is exactly what I’ve been looking for.” I had been having students post videos on YouTube. I was teaching fully remote at the time. And what I found was students had a hard time knowing how to upload information, how to keep it as an unlisted number versus a private. To make a long story short, when I piloted GoReact that very first semester, I couldn’t believe how quick, easy, user friendly the platform was. My students could reach their goals. I could reach my goals. And I discovered that video assessment enhances the students [inaudible 00:10:47] experience it enhance their engagement. They were so eager to get my feedback, to see where they could improve their skills.

Hillary Gamblin:

Now, Jessica I’d like actually to ask you a question. GoReact has hundreds of customers in nursing programs and the nursing education space that are using it. Have other customers had similar observations to Dr. Galindo?

Jessica:

Absolutely. Like Dr. Galindo suggested, many other are finding that the use of video assessment does enhance the student’s engagement and experience both virtually and in the classroom, often providing them with deeper levels of learning. Students need two things to progress their skills and progress them quickly. They need awareness and input. Awareness comes from the ability to watch and re-watch themselves. That’s where the self-reflection piece comes in, but also where they’re able to see that your feedback is objective in nature. Many times the students have increased levels of anxiety when they’re being assessed as well. So no matter what the occasion, they tend to not remember exactly what they did during a skill check offer simulation shortly after.

Jessica:

So the video provides an avenue so that the student is fully self-aware of what they did and how they completed that task. The other component, the input is all about that valuable feedback that Dr. Galindo stated that the students really are craving. They want your input and feedback to help them become ready to be nurses on day one. Almost always this input and feedback impact the student’s confidence and clinical judgment long term.

Hillary Gamblin:

Fantastic. And Dr. Galindo like many other nursing instructors discovered how video assessment was so beneficial before the pandemic. But as you can imagine, the pandemic has nudged quite a few of nursing educators chose using video. So back in June, 2020, Dr. Galindo, Dara Murray and Dena Clements all joined us for a workshop focusing on preparing nursing students in hybrid and in person and online instruction. This was right in the middle of the pandemic. And so we’re going to hear now from Dena Clements. She’s in a small program at Campbellsville University, and she shares her experience implementing GoReact for an online learning.

Dena Clements:

So our dean had actually seen some kind of email. Somebody had sent her something about GoReact, and she was like, “Hey, will you check this out?” And so I was like, “Oh my God,” like my eyes got big. I was like, “Oh, wow, this is awesome. This would be so great.” Because we were looking at how can we have our students do their skills? Like how can we teach them a new skill? What is a good way that we could give feedback, that we could use it for grading in a sense? And so when I saw it, I was like, “Oh my goodness,” because I automatically will start [inaudible 00:13:57] turning because in my hybrid course that I teach it’s more online, but it’s kind of hybrid professional nursing and we do a in review assignment. And I thought, how awesome would this be to use for that assignment?

Dena Clements:

So we started, it was like, “We’re going to do a trial. We’ll just do a trial. It’ll get us this little summer class. We can kind of see how it’s going to work in real time.” I just really appreciated how easy it was. Like if I could just say how easy it was to start it and to run with it because I had a little webinar with Chelsea and I run with it. I loved it. I was like, I’m on board with it 150,000,000%. So I just felt like it was just so super easy. And just for us to be able to just take it and run with it. And it works seamlessly like Dr. Galindo said. I haven’t seen any glitches at all.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So to piggyback on what Dena’s saying, I agree 100%. It’s the ease of use that really made me continue using it once I tried it. But then I realized a little, this is what I call GoReact. It is an asynchronous synchronous tool. So through an synchronous way, you can synchronously give feedback to students because of the timestamp. And I love that because the reason I used it prior to being fully online was even though I was physically in the lab with students, and the first semester that I piloted it, meaning I tried it out and I was like, “I think this is going to be a go.” I had a cohort that was fully online and I had a cohort that was face to face. So I was at an advantage where I could compare the benefits to both. And in my face to face group, even though I was with them, it was one instructor for every 12 students.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

Now, these students were at a graduate level, so they are becoming nurse practitioners. It’s extremely important in a health assessment class in graduate level that the students not only feel comfortable, but that they’re competent and that they are showing proficiency as minimal safety to be able to assess different parts of the body. And what I found is that I couldn’t be in 12 places one time. And I was always concerned. As a faculty, you’re always, there’s a handful of students that you’re questioning. Are they getting it? Are they not getting it? With the GoReact platform, even though we were in lab practicing, I had three formative assignments with two systems each that they had to submit. And that allowed me to make sure that none of the students fell through the cracks.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So in giving that one-on-one feedback, the next time we were back in the lab, they were able to approach me and say, “Dr. Galindo, I’ve really been working on this. Let me show you what I’ve done and how I’ve improved.” Or I can see that we’re still struggling. And it was able to give me an academic plan with that individual student for their success. So it helps students to not fall through the cracks. And that’s what I like even in a face to face platform.

Hillary Gamblin:

So from Dena’s feedback, we know that video assessment can be particularly useful during pandemic or just if you’re doing hybrid or online learning. But with vaccinations efforts in full swing, it’s likely most people were returning to campus this fall. So is video assessment still part of the equation? Jessica, what are you hearing from customers?

Jessica:

Video assessment has always been part of the equation as an necessity, especially when you saw Dr. Galindo, she suggested and has used GoReact even prior to the pandemic. The anxiety I spoke about before has always decreased that self awareness. That’s nothing new. Now more than ever, institutions are really focused on those student learning outcomes and providing that additional value to their students to promote retention that persistence to graduation as well. Video fits right in there as necessary tool for enhancing student learning and the faculty learning experience, engaging with a deeper level of learning and with that contextual feedback we talked about too. It truly helps to progress those student skills to graduation and again, on that day one of them entering the nursing field. The pandemic just showed us how many other ways and use cases for implementing and adopting the use of video-based technology into their courses.

Jessica:

Speaking of additional use cases as well, we just hosted a round table discussion at an [Axel Conference 00:18:40] and learned about so many additional use cases that others are seeing and experiencing. The discussion led to just such a great conversation around interdisciplinary workshops and courses aligning with lateral violence, bully training, which really focused on collaborative care and that simulation piece. This could be the students acting through case studies but also analyzing and reviewing videos of a particular situation and using what we call our comment only assignment type to assess what they’re viewing. This ultimately will lead to increasing the effective and professional communication even between disciplines not specific just to nursing.

Jessica:

Video was always discussed as a way to improve confidence and clinical judgment during the longer residency programs and by also providing that additional context, that they’re finding students are lacking during some of those experiences. I’ve also seen others use GoReact for time savings, keeping some skill checks virtual, whether that’s a simplistic hand washing skill check, which we’ll talk about in a little bit.

Hillary Gamblin:

Okay, perfect. Thank you, Jessica, for starting to mention some of those use cases and how you’re just seeing more and more than we even thought at the very beginning that it could be used for. So we’re actually going to start looking at some of those use cases, so you can start seeing how you can use your video assessment program in more than one way. And our first use case is probably the most common, it’s a skills checkoff. So let’s watch an example of Dr. Galindo and how she uses GoReact to complete a sterile skills checkoff.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So with sterile techniques, we know that student learn from the onset of their fundamental courses. And we talk about sterile technique. We talk about the chain of command, I’m sorry, the chain of infection and the principles associated with this chain of infection. And we try and teach students to recognize when and if they break sterile technique. So in this next video, we have our student Alice, one of our top students learning how to dawn on sterile gloves. And let’s see if you can pick up. Now, this is some of the feedback that she received from her instructor. And I want to show you as if I am grading her right now or assessing her, because again, this is formative learning. There are various options. I can text right in the chat box and I will do that.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

If I find that I’m having typing fatigue or I really want to stress something, I can hit the audio button and provide feedback that way. So I’m going to do that throughout here. And also going to show you how to do the slow motion option, which allows me to rewind here with the back 10 seconds, there with the forward [inaudible 00:21:35] 10 seconds and slow down the speed so I can really assess if the sterile field was broken.

Speaker 6:

I will obtain my sterile gloves and make sure that this is a clean surface. Obtaining my cereal gloves. And I will open them and be mindful that I am only touching one inch of the other corners.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So now I am typing in good point about the one inch [inaudible 00:22:10]. And notice that the video stopped, so that it allows me to type so I can make sure I don’t have any typos. And as soon as I hit enter, you’re going to see that the video will continue to play and it’ll show up on the screen.

Speaker 6:

And since I’m right hand dominant, I will be gloving my right hand first. So I will pinch the inside of the glove with my left hand and place my right hand in.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

Now, if I want to give an audio response, great point, you’re using your dominant hand. I could hit this audio button. I don’t want to do it right now for the purpose of not mixing my speaker and my microphone. But it basically will have a little icon that will show up that’ll say record. You can record a message, and then on the feedback screen, you’ll see a little speaker show up there.

Hillary Gamblin:

Jessica, Dr. Galindo mentioned GoReact’s various feedback features being particularly helpful in completing the sterile skills checkoff. What are the most helpful GoReact features for nursing programs that you’ve seen and what are the benefits that they have?

Jessica:

So as Dr. Galindo suggested Dara Murray from the University of West Alabama found that the pause, rewind and slow down capabilities help provide more accurate assessments. So that being one feature that’s definitely, definitely beneficial. One of the most important things to faculty that they have found is time savings. And we’ll talk about that in the next clip as well. The minutes validating skills for students as well has significantly decreased. This could be used from using markers to tag different parts of the video and identify them. But also just being able to complete that rubric right in the moment, and submitting it for grading in a seamless approach, directly with your learning management system, which really eliminates any time or errors made in transferring grades. Let’s hear a little bit more about the time savings from Dara at the University of West Alabama.

Dara Murray:

Just for an example, I pulled it up. I had a spreadsheet and for, hold on, minutes per student. This is per student, not as a whole. For IV catheter, we were spending about 15 minutes per student in those rigid time blocks, and our GoReact time spent was 5.79 minutes. So actually it’s more than that. Urinary catheter, we were spending 15 minutes per student, with GoReact it was 7.88 minutes. That was a big deal for us.

Jessica:

So Dara did additional research as well and found that I’m going to quote her. “In addition to time savings, the online video recording tool seems to produce students with a strong skillset. Faculty have the option to pause, rewind, and slow down the video, providing a more accurate assessment. Faculty consistently reported that students performed critical skills at a higher level within the clinical setting.” And I just want to pause for a quick moment on the last sentence of Dara’s reflection. “Faculty consistently reported that students performed critical skills at a higher level within the clinical setting.” Isn’t that the goal of each nursing education program to help their students progress their skillsets, to be better for entering the workforce and the nursing profession? Video assessment is proven to do just that.

Hillary Gamblin:

Fantastic. And there are other ways to use video assessment beyond skill checkoffs. For example, nursing educators worry about the number of med administration, mistakes that new nurses make. And you can use video assessment to help address issues like this. For example, we hosted a workshop that focused on this topic of med administration errors and Dr. Marsha Cannon shared a unique patient education assignment that she put together for her pharmacology course. So let’s see what she did.

Dr. Marsha Cannon:

We teach pharmacology and our fundamentals course. This is the first semester of our new admitted students. And I have found through the years that students have a really struggle with communicating with patients, especially when it is about medication. So this year for the first time I’m actually having students develop a pharmacology commercial and I’ve paired the students up and assigned them a medication. And I’ve given them creative license with this commercial, as long as they include pertinent information, just as side effects of the medication, why the patient’s getting the medication, things to report, those kinds of things. They can do a PowerPoint, a skit. It doesn’t matter. But they actually are going to develop and create and record and play or whatever. That they’re going to record this commercial through GoReact, and then they’re going to submit it and I will grade it. And I am going to allow other students, because one good thing about GoReact is I can allow other students to be the commercials without seeing my comments.

Dr. Marsha Cannon:

So I’m going to go and make comments on the students commercials, but then I’m actually going to allow other students to review commercials. So we’ll see how it goes. It’s a little different, so we’ll see how it… But I just want them to be able to learn to talk about medications and kind of figure out what’s important to tell the patient.

Hillary Gamblin:

Now, similar to Dr. Cannon’s assignment, other nursing programs are using video assessment for more than just psychomotor skills. Patrick Luna at the University of Colorado uses GoReact on a variety of communication assignments. We recently worked with Patrick to put together a video where he talks about the features he uses to have his students complete an SR assignment in GoReact. So we’re going to show you how he does that.

 Patrick Luna:

Hi, my name is Patrick Luna. I’m a nursing instructor with the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. Today. I’m going to be going over how to teach communication skills and techniques with GoReact. Within GoReact, I have this unique feedback mechanism and I can give students direct feedback on their communication style and technique. And we all know how essential this is to a nursing student’s development, especially early in their nursing student career. So what I can do is go into specific points and provide specific feedback on their communication style and technique using either a patient interaction or a scenario that I’ve given them beforehand. I use this into my didactic course by giving them scenarios and having them role play and upload videos.

 Patrick Luna:

So I can also use a video feedback mechanism. And the advantage of this is that the students can actually see me. They can see my facial expressions. They can see my non-verbals. They can see my gestures. And in this way I can role model communication for them. So this is a great way to assure that our nursing students have the communication style and technique that will help them be successful as nursing students.

Hillary Gamblin:

And then finally, let’s see how Dr. Galindo uses GoReact to evaluate communication skills in a mental health setting.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

The platform is really that. It’s a platform. It’s how the faculty, and that’s one of the things I found in the literature. How does the faculty implement the assignment to reach the objectives for the course, and then the end of program outcomes? So essentially we know that with this pandemic, one of the biggest struggles we’ve had is that lack of ability to communicate with a real person. We’ve done so many things virtually, and we can still help the students with not just the theoretical and didactic portion of what is important in therapeutic communication, but have them practice either on a friend on the phone. I had some students do that if they didn’t have family members or a friend that they could do a health history on. In this particular example, I’m going to show you a nurse practitioner student doing a health history.

Dr. Ali Galindo:

It’s a mental health history. They’re going to talk about anxiety and depression, and she’s going to be screening this particular student. And you can see that even as analysis case, when a student does very, very well, there are always cases where we can still get constructive feedback and the students crave this. They really want this feedback. So let’s listen real quickly to where I say, give me a little bit more information here at the timestamp of 1:17.

Video:

[inaudible 00:31:39] just more anxious.

Video:

Anxious.

Video:

[Inaudible 00:31:41].

Video:

Have you ever felt so discouraged?

Dr. Ali Galindo:

So she’s moving on now to assess if the patient is feeling depressed and kind of left anxiety in the back. Now it’s important to get to that point, but we have a process in our interviewing where the patient gives us a key word, anxiety. And we want to address a little more, how high is the anxiety on a scale of 1 to 10? How often are you anxious? Et cetera, et cetera. So you can see how this provides a formal and informal environment to tell the student you’re doing great, you’re doing good, good job. This patient was just really funny and she was acting a role. She wasn’t really being forth coming. And just even if they’re doing well, certain things, don’t forget to ask them if you’re asking them about smoking, about vaping as well. And why are these part of the mental health assessments? Now, I had a question here for the student. The student can go back and actually ponder the question or even respond to the instructor, which is really nice. It’s like a chat box also between the student and the instructor.

Hillary Gamblin:

You’ve heard from five of our amazing customers about how they’re using video assessment in their nursing education programs. And now we’d like to hear from you. So we’ll take the next 10 or 15 minutes to do a live Q&A with Jessica. Again, if you’d like to submit a question for the Q&A, it’s not too late. There’s a tap just below the video feed. My colleagues have been monitoring your questions and are selecting a few for Jessica and I to tackle together. So the first question for you, Jessica is can the graded rubric be downloaded so I can file? Can the software be adapted to use in the lab in real time?

Jessica:

You can absolutely use it live in real time. And then any of that feedback or the rubric can absolutely be downloaded at any time. The nice thing also to use those things for is for accreditation purposes. You can have that used as documentation for anything that you need to complete that.

Hillary Gamblin:

Fantastic. Our next question is we admitted 163 students last semester. How can I manage recording and grading that many?

Jessica:

Absolutely. So you’re already grading that many when you’re doing your skills checkups. So you already are doing that. Now, we do have a suggestion of doing like a three tier type of assignment where the first tier would be the student completing the skill, doing their self reflection. The second tier you can open it up for peer review even. So getting that feedback from each other. Again, both of those things don’t give you any extra work or any extra time needed to be able to support the students, but they’re getting that feedback. They’re building that awareness and that self awareness. So by the time they do those two things, it should really speed up your skill checks. The students shouldn’t have to be validated multiple times. They really should have that skill down path. The other thing is that some institutions are moving some skill check’s virtual and how some in the lab.

Jessica:

So eliminating a lot of that lab time too for the students where they’re not having to sign up for a specific time. You’re really eliminating that coming and going of the particular student to complete all of those skill checks. You can do certain things virtual as well. So if it’s as simple as hand washing, something of that sort, the student can always record that. You can view it at a later time. It doesn’t necessarily have to be done live, but again you can do that live to complete that. Doing some virtual is going to again, allow you that flexibility of time as well.

Hillary Gamblin:

And I would just like to emphasize also the time savings. So I know it sounds like that is a lot of students, but we hear again and again from our nursing customers that I know… I think Patrick Luna said that what used to take him a week to grade a skills check now takes them like one or two days. Like we see at least almost like 25 to 50% decrease in the amount of time that it takes someone to grade these types of assignments. So if anything, you’re going to get some time back.

Jessica:

Absolutely. And if anybody wants to see the findings from the University of West Alabama, I can absolutely share that as well. That document comes from the University of West Alabama and not from us, but it shows all of their valuable research on that time savings as well.

Hillary Gamblin:

Fantastic. We have a couple questions coming in about pricing, Jessica. How do you want to address that? I do not know about pricing.

Jessica:

Sure. So our pricing is structured so that the students receive that license for the whole entire year unlimited videos, unlimited courses. So they can use it again in multiple courses, not just narrow down into one specific instance, and it starts at $57 per student. So there is many different discounts, pricing tier discounts, different system wide discounts, different association type of discounts that we would definitely want to talk with you further about to make sure that the pricing that we offer you directly is specific to your use case, to your institution and making sure you get the best deal possible. But it does start at that $57 and again, goes down from there.

Hillary Gamblin:

And just to be clear, the $57 that is for per student. So they can be using that all year in five or six different courses throughout the semester.

Jessica:

That’s correct. And that’s in for higher ed institutions. That’s our higher ed pricing.

Hillary Gamblin:

Perfect. We have another question about what LMS does GoReact connect with?

Jessica:

Sure. So we do connect with the top LMSs, your Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle, Brightspace, D2L. And you can always discuss any others that you might be interested in to see if it would be a good fit, but we absolutely have that set up. It’s set up through an LTI integration. So it really interoperates within the learning management system rather than just having that grade pass back sorely.

Hillary Gamblin:

Perfect. We have another question about what is the minimum internet speed upload download speeds required to operate the software?

Jessica:

That is an interesting question. I might have to have you put that in your follow up when we get all the specifics of that, if that’s okay, Hillary.

Hillary Gamblin:

Okay. We can do that. Yeah.

Jessica:

The great thing is though, just to just quickly add in and jump in there. If you don’t have that stable internet connection, you can always upload at a later time. So you have that flexibility there, but we can get you that as well.

Hillary Gamblin:

Fantastic. Yes. We will try to follow up with that in our email. And then also, if you have any questions about custom pricing, you can also click the button at the bottom of the screen to request a GoReact demo so you can get actual numbers if that’s more helpful. But I think those are all of our questions. Wait, we have more. They’re coming in again. Do faculty receive a complimentary access when students are using the program?

Jessica:

So there is no cost for faculty members, instructors or reviewer level. So you can even have guest reviewers come in, if you have, maybe GA’s that provide that review. I was just on a call today and someone had the GAs doing the skill checkoffs. There’s no cost for any reviewers, any instructors. It is just a department cost by student.

Hillary Gamblin:

Okay. Oh, wait, I see a new message. Let me see what it is. Is Google Classroom one of the compatible IMS?

Jessica:

So the Google Classroom right now, I don’t believe we have the interoperability with Google Classroom, but again, you can always download those rubrics, always download that feedback to push that directly into any learning management system that you use.

Hillary Gamblin:

We do also have YouTube. We have a, what’s that called? Integration with YouTube to make that easy… Not YouTube, Zoom. Sorry, Zoom, integration with Zoom. How can you forget Zoom after a pandemic?

Jessica:

We have integration with Zoom and YouTube. So that’s where the confusion I’m sure came to play.

Hillary Gamblin:

But yes. Okay. I think we’ve answered all of the questions. Okay. I’m glad that we could actually answer everybody’s and we had the time to do that. And thank you for everybody for asking the questions. It makes us a really in the moment learning experience for all of us. And it feels really collaborative, which we all kind of want, especially after the pandemic. Thank you to everyone that has joined us live. To show our appreciation, we’re actually randomly selected one participant today that joined us live to win a pair of AirPod Pros, which are like my favorite accessory. So congratulations to, let me find it, it’s all the way back up there after all the questions, Valerie Noel. So Valerie, congratulations. We’re going to be reaching out to you to ensure you get your AirPod Pros. And we’re going to be doing these drawings live for our monthly workshops.

Hillary Gamblin:

So if you want another chance at getting AirPod Pros, just join us live for future events, and we’ll be doing that kind of raffle there too. So we know that this workshop will be particularly useful and valuable to those that participated. So we’re going to send email with a link to the recording of today’s workshop up. So watch for that in your inbox. And I believe if you know someone else that you would like to be recommended to be a guest on one of our workshops, we have a recommendation form that we’re going to be putting in the chat. There’s so many experts in experiences out there, and we want to be a megaphone for pressing ideas and topics in nursing, but that is it for today. Thank you to our participants. Thank you to those working behind the scenes. Thank you to our champion customers. Thank you to Jessica. And we will see you next time.

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