Social networking, purpose-built for learning.
Campus networking doesn’t limit itself to dining halls and classrooms anymore. Online engagement with peers, faculty, administration, and alumni is just as instrumental in learning development as in-person communication.
It goes beyond Facebook and Twitter, too: Students need a secure place to connect with each other that doesn’t fill up their inbox.
With the Motivis Learning Community system, students can connect, plan events, send private messages, get the latest news, and download campus resources—all within a platform that looks and feels like their favorite social media networks.
Social learning tools for students and educators
Motivis Learning Community is more than just a social network for students: It’s a place where faculty and administrators can connect with each other, too. While students are busy organizing and communicating, educators can access engagement data, broadcast important messages quickly, and stay in touch with students on a 1-to-1 basis.
|Other communication methods||VS.|
|No sense of community||Students can connect with each other and see how other students engage|
|Engagement is difficult to measure||Easy to track engagement, and connect with disengaged community members|
|A lack of security||Each Community instance is unique to that school, with Salesforce-backed security|
|Disconnected from the reality of campus life||Schools can easily impart their brand on Community for a unique, familiar experience|
Community Engagement Features
View news and events based on relevant interests and activities. Students and educators can customize what appears in their newsfeed.
Take socialization offline with campus events. Students can find events based on relevant interests, or can be invited based on the groups they’re already in.
Create, manage, and/or join groups relevant to your interests, whether that’s a regular activity or an on-campus club.
Get alerts about things that directly impact you, based on the groups and events you’re involved in.
Communicate privately with students or educators, whether it’s 1-on-1 or in a group.
Personal Profile Pages
Each person has a profile page based on their current status, whether they’re current students, educators, or alumni.
Profiles can be customized from the very beginning, so you only see content you’re interested in—without having to search for it.
This is more than just a list of useful links: Tags help students navigate to find the resources they need, including documents and webpages.
Find posts, groups, events, and people you’re interested in with a simple text search.
Tech support powered by Salesforce that lets students create cases and issues which are assigned to school administrators.