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Nectir gives you a synchronous chat room to connect your entire class. We embed directly within your school's LMS to make onboarding and integration as easy as possible.
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How Nectir Works

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Students and Instructors

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Messages Sent

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What Professors say about nectir
"I was totally blown away! Nectir succeeded beyond my wildest dreams, and unlike what I feared, it got them talking very intensely in the classroom itself as well. I'm now a Nectir super fan!"

- Mary Bucholtz, UCSB Linguistics Professor

Engage Your Students

It’s proven that students learn better when they collaborate. When you create an online community for your class, you’re empowering your students to take control of their own education.

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Get Fewer Emails

Bogged down by a never-ending inbox? Instead of answering a dozen emails asking the same question, let your students chat with each other first. This reinforces their own knowledge of the topics, and saves you time.

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Integrate Everything You Need

We'll integrate Nectir with your current LMS to make it even easier for you and your students to use. The Nectir Marketplace allows you to add tools like polling, Google Calendar, and more.

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Written by Students Like Yours

Research Analysis: The Increasing Demand for Collaborative Mobile Learning Technology
By Kavitta Ghai, March 16, 2019

A deeper look into the research behind why we created Nectir and what needs to change in higher education.

Why?
By Kavitta Ghai, December 16, 2019

How often do you stop to think about why you do the work you do every day? Our co-founder, Kavitta, tells you why she comes to work each day. 

Repost: Students Are Using Mobile Even If You Aren’t
By Mark Lieberman From Inside Higher Ed Magazine, Reposted Nov. 7, 2019

This week, we've featured one of our favorite articles from "Inside Higher Ed", which talks about how "smartphones and tablets are changing how teachers teach and students learn". 

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