A Few of Our Core Features
Assessment & Feedback
Numerous options for text and audio commenting on a variety of content types. Granular assessment chains, at-a-glance overviews, Gradebook integration and more.
Surveys & Forms
Gather data on a broad spectrum of activities using a wide range of question types. Our surveys and forms have flexible deployment options, including the ability to embed in portfolios directly.
Put our decades of experience to work! Our straightforward solutions can accelerate the development of valid and sustainable assessment systems across your entire institution.
Easy to use with adaptive structuring and templates, robust editors, and flexible content sharing options. Seamlessly integrate with LMS assignments.
Quickly place students in service learning, internships, field placements, and clinical rounds—or have students suggest their own. Track progress at a glance.
We can transparently nestle ‘under the radar’ between your LMS and your SIS and offer an open, Public API and ePUpdate™ Server solution with full documentation.
Templates for all major accrediting bodies. Collaboratively assemble data, report narratives and documentation to securely present to colleagues and accreditation teams.
Reporting & Validity
Our reporting tools were developed with institutional research in mind. Our content-neutral reporting is capable of multiple levels of analysis that address the important questions of any discipline.
Whether accessing us directly, or embedding us inside an LMS assignment, Chalk & Wire will look the part with custom school branding and portfolio themes.
Expert Consulting & System Design
Gain access to our sophisticated expertise in assessment system design, analysis and support.Tell Me More
Out of the box or customized—we provide an unparalleled level of integration with the learning tools you use daily.Tell Me More
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CAEP Conference, Washington, DCSeptember 17-19, 2015
September 17-19, 2015 will find Chalk & Wire at the fall CAEP conference in Washington, DC.
Assessment Institute IndianapolisOctober 26-27, 2015
Chalk & Wire will be at the Assessment Institute again this year.