What are Student Groups?

Groups are like a smaller version of your course and are used as a collaborative tool where students can work together on group projects and assignments. Students can be organized into groups at the course level as well as the account level.

Learn more about Groups: Group Creation and Management for Instructors (Video)

View Groups

Within each group, students can create pages, announcements, collaborations, discussions, and calendar events in real-time.

When Should I Use Groups?

As an instructor, create groups to:

  • Set up student group configurations at the course level for assignments and in-class work, both graded and ungraded.
  • Facilitate semester-long projects so that students can communicate and iterate on documents together.
  • Facilitate faculty professional development and institutional committees or activities.
  • Facilitate student-run study groups within courses or at the account level.

Instructor Groups Management View

Instructor Groups Management View

Within Groups, instructors can:

Student Groups Management View

Student Groups Management View

Within groups, students can: