Lucidchart aims to improve the professor-student learning dynamic through interactive charts and diagrams
Higher-ed faculty and staff are always looking for new time-saving tools to deliver instruction more efficiently and effectively.
If you’re searching for new and innovative ways to present complex material to students, you might want to take a closer look at Lucidchart.
Launched in 2010 by Lucid Software, an web-based diagramming app with more than 2 million users, Lucidchart aims to boost collaboration between professors and students.
Similar to Google Docs sharing functionality, Lucidcharts provides the ease of collaborating in real-time with students—eliminating back-and-forth revisions—and allows professors to provide feedback throughout the entire lifespan of the design project.
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