Simple: You and your students use a cloud-based calendar to manage the time and workflow demands of a course. You don't have to learn a new management system.
Reliable: The combination of a cloud-based calendar and cloud storage provides you and your students real-time schedule and content updates. This gives everyone more confidence that students know what they should be doing, know when they should be doing it, and have the right materials to get things done.
Mobile: With the platform and your content located in the cloud, you can create, edit and take your courses anywhere.
Pre-populated Planner: Your students’ calendars come pre-populated with your schedule and course material, so they have everything they need right at their fingertips. Furthermore, the platform is very mobile-friendly, allowing students to access the schedule and materials wherever they go. Students will have more confidence in knowing what they should be doing, when they should be doing it, and with the correct materials to get it done.
Real Time Schedule Updates: Drag and Drop functionality makes it easy to facilitate the inevitable course schedule changes that come up during the semester. Changes you make show up immediately on the student calendar. No confusion, no hassle. That is what CourseCal is all about. Simple. Reliable. Mobile.
Real-Time Content Changes: With the integration of Dropbox (Box.net and Google Drive coming soon), you can change your content and simply save it. CourseCal securely links your changes all the way through to the student view of the course calendar, ensuring that students have immediate, real-time access to the most current version of content. It is simple for you: edit your content, save it, and you're finished!
Cloud-Based Features: Free yourself and your students from enterprise platforms that don't work well. Now you own your course, your content and your platform. Take your classes anywhere you are teaching and be ready to go with no extra effort. Students own their courses too, which will be permanently archived for student access (coming Fall 2014).