InScribe transforms the student support experience through a virtual community platform that connects students to the answers, resources, and people they need to succeed. Post-secondary students depend on help from others—advisors, educators, alumni and peers—throughout their time in school. The feedback students receive provides critical support that can mean the difference between success and failure.
Unfortunately, today’s support models are not designed to meet the needs of today’s students where 64% and working, 25% are parents, and many are learning online. Students need a model that is on-demand, openly accessible, and available anytime, anywhere.
InScribe has a great solution: InScribe’s digital communities are always available and offer one place to turn for help, no matter the topic or time of day. In their community, students connect with peers and experts to find answers and motivation to stay on track. Interactions are tagged and stored, so everyone benefits from the conversations that came before.
InScribe works across the student lifecycle – helping overcome challenges from day one and allowing institutions to build an on-demand knowledge bank that can be shared across new populations over time.
They work with the most innovative schools in the U.S. including ASU, WGU, and Indiana University. To date, InScribe has helped over 100k students connect with answers and resources at their school. More than 20k questions have been answered, generating almost 850k views. It’s estimated that in 2020 alone, they reduced support time at their partner institutions by 6,500 hours. For this and more, InScribe is a Cool Tool Award Finalist (2021) for “Best Collaboration Solution” as part of The EdTech Awards from EdTech Digest. Learn more.