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Back to School with Infinite Campus

Andrew Johnson • December 2, 2015

Do you ever miss college? The giant lecture halls, the dorms, the endless games of frisbee on the quad? Well, at Infinite Campus University (ICU) there are absolutely none of those things. However, what ICU lacks in ambiance, it more than makes up for in content. Tons of content. Tons of FREE content. Taught by real people who know what they’re talking about. What kinds of content? Glad you asked…

Lunch and Learn Sessions

You’re going to be eating lunch anyway, so why not learn while you do it. Consider it catered multitasking. Each Lunch and Learn session goes over all the new product development we’re adding to Infinite Campus every month. For the price of zero dollars and one hour of your time, you can become the ultimate Infinite Campus insider.

Teacher Tuesdays

Held on Tuesdays because we like the way it sounds, Teacher Tuesdays, is where educators can get the latest tips and tricks on using Infinite Campus in their classrooms. This isn’t just technical training; it’s practical, real-life information that is specifically tailored for the front lines of a classroom. It’s also free, which is always a good thing.

What’s Possible Wednesdays

Okay we like alliteration (we like it a lot). Held once a month in the virtual halls of ICU, What’s Possible Wednesdays goes beyond the classroom and highlights all the opportunities your district has with Infinite Campus. Including reintroducing functionality of which you may not be aware. If you want to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening with the product, this is the way to do it.

So consider this your syllabus. ICU may not have a football team, mascot or walls, but we do have the most important thing any educational institution needs, great learning opportunities for anyone seeking knowledge.

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