SoftChalk is a powerful online lesson editor that lets you easily create engaging, interactive web lessons for your e-learning classroom. With SoftChalk, you can create professional-looking, interactive content without knowing any HTML, or programming. SoftChalk content can be integrated into Blackboard courses and record detailed student scores for their SoftChalk content in the Blackboard gradebook.
Faculty can create:
- Interactive learning games, including customizable flashcards, image labeling, image hotspot activities, matching games, crosswords and more.
- Six question types: multiple choice, multiple answer (more than one correct answer), short answer, true/false, matching, and ordering.
- Pop-up text annotations to define terminology.
Submit this request form to obtain SoftChalk access. Requests are received and completed by the Office of Instructional Technology.
SoftChalk offers free live one-hour training webinars on topics ranging from Creating Learning Activities.
For additional information and to sign-up, use your “Help/Help_Topics” pull-down menu from within SoftChalk LessonBuilder or click on the link below.
Step-by-step short lesson tutorials focused so you can pick and choose just the ones you need to get your content online with SoftChalk.
Quick Tour Videos
Online short videos to allow a quick way to learn this tool. To view the videos use your “Help/Help_Topics”pull-down menu from within SoftChalk LessonBuilder or click on the link below
Softchalk™ Accessible Content
Use SoftChalk to create content that complies with accessibility and eLearning standards to ensures that your content is accessible to all learners and is compatible with most eLearning delivery systems.
To learn more go to Softchalk Accessibility Standards.
Softchalk™ Blackboard™ Integration
SoftChalk provides tools to create engaging and interactive content, add it to their Blackboard courses and record detailed student scores for their SoftChalk content in the Blackboard gradebook.
For more on integration guides and video tutorials go to: