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Pre-made, supplemental courseware focused on sciences and economics

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Smartwork5 by W.W. Norton is pre-made, supplemental courseware focused on the sciences and economics. Instructors can use the courseware for pre-made content or can use embedded authoring tools to create their own questions and assignments. When students answer questions, they see answer-specific feedback, and Smartwork5 for general chemistry includes adaptive quizzing. Instructors have access to an analytics dashboard, and many use Smartwork5 in tandem with e-books as a more course-complete offering. While Smartwork5’s sister product, InQuizitive, is designed as a formative tool, Smartwork5 is meant to be used more flexibly, including as a graded homework tool. Instructors can use Smartwork5 when teaching in fully-online, blended, or face-to-face formats.

Courseware Features
  • Pre-made Course
  • Supplemental
  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Geology
LMS Integrations
  • Blackboard
  • Canvas
  • Brightspace by D2L
  • Moodle
  • Sakai
  • Schoology
Standards Integrations
  • ePub 2.0
  • LTI
  • In-Person Faculty Training
  • Instructional Design / Course Development Services
  • Online or Phone Faculty Support
  • Online or Phone Student Support
  • Technology / Platform Integration Services
Pricing Data
  • Per Student Per Year
  • $25 - $35 USD per student

Courseware Features

Ratings are based on company self-assessment, guided by the CWiC Framework.

  • Adaptivity

    The content can be adjusted in relation to a learner's knowledge


  • Customization

    Educators and course designers can alter learning or assessment content


  • Learner Autonomy

    Learners can impact or augment instruction based on their choices


  • Socio-Emotional

    Use of feedback and interventions based on a learner’s social-emotional state


  • Assessment

    The presence of academic structures and the capacity to assess learning in relation to them


  • Collaboration

    Ability for learners and/or educators to engage with each other in the context of learning


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