1. Eliminate duplicate systems and get all your learning onto one platform
No need to have separate systems for portfolios, professional development, gradebooks, content management, homework, activities, and parent portals, or to use social media for communications. You can reduce training and support costs and avoid teacher frustration.
2. Leverage teacher-developed content, create it once, and share it across the district
Since it is so easy and so quick to create, author, import, and share content in Brightspace, you can leverage teacher-developed content, create it once, and share it across the district. Seamlessly add the content you already use from publishers, district-developed content, Google Drive™ online storage service, Microsoft Office365, and Open Education Resources (OER).