Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Create Text Reminders for Courses with Remind101

I ran across a new site the other day called Remind101. This free site is created for teachers and students to seamlessly create text and/or email reminders for assignments, projects, quizzes, tests, labs, class activities and homework. Teachers create accounts, upload syllabi, insert all class projects, activities, homework and assignments. Then students can log in to Remind101, search for their class, subscribe to the class, and automatically start receiving all reminders for the class activities. Students can add new reminders, or personalize the text alerts to be for only certain types of activities. One of the best aspects of this site is that it is quick and easy to use. Instructors can also use the same class site over and over again, just changing the due dates. The site works with any cell phone that has SMS text messaging!


Brett Kopf said...

Thanks for featuring us! Feel free to email me if there are any questions.

Brett Kopf

Unknown said...

Love this! Definitely going to use this and share with my teachers.

Liz Kolb, Ph.D. said...

It is a great resource Brett! It would be awesome to add a Google Cal element!

Brett Kopf said...

Interesting, we've had this request before. So, you'd like to export all the class assignments to a Google / Microsoft cal with a click of a button?

Just want to clarify, we'll be adding a lot of functionality over the next few months so this may be it!

Thanks again


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