Remote classroom learning with Kami
School closed by COVID-19? Kami wants to help with a free 90 day license
See how remote learning can work for your class with Kami
Everything you need to take your classroom online
Interact with any document
Transform all your static documents, PDFs, images, or other learning resources into an interactive experience ready for expression, analysis, or debate.
A seamless workflow
Create, send, and grade assignments all from one place. Kami works seamlessly with Google Classroom, Canvas, and Schoology Learning Management Systems too.
Online or offline, in-class or remote
Whether you’re teaching in the class, remotely, or a bit of both, Kami is the tool for you. Kami works online or offline for students without reliable network access.
Student-centric collaborative learning
Universal learning environment, enabling students to interact with teachers, resources, and each other in their preferred medium – text, freehand, audio, voice-typing, or video.
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Seamless integrations with what you already use
Top Kami tools for remote learning
Great for asynchronous instructions and recording explanation videos for students.
Express ideas, provide instructions, give feedback or answer questions using audio recording.
An alternative way to demonstrate answers and explanations through screen display recording.
Text to speech
Students with reading comprehension difficulties can use this tool to exercise reading independently.
Over 25 million educators and students engage, learn, and collaborate with Kami everyday from anywhere
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Remote learning resources to get you started today
Introduction to Kami
With our quick intro video, familiarize your students and their parents with the full functionality of Kami and how it will be used in your digital classroom.
Guide for teachers
Read our simple one-page guide to installing the Kami Chrome Extension and creating your first remote learning Kami assignment
Guide for students
Get your class up and running fast with our easy, one-page guide designed to help students install and get started with Kami.
We’ve collated some of the best teacher tips shared online. Do you have any Kami hacks or tips you’d like to share? We’d love to hear from you! Tag @usekamiapp and #KamiforSchools
Another resource, check out @usekamiapp! We all have PDFs that are great in class but could be busy work at home, Kami changes all that! Explain assignments through video comments & have your students annotate on the PDF. It all works through Classroom! https://t.co/4FH8nHFEfn pic.twitter.com/VptQHHj4ag— Ben Sondgeroth (@Mr_Sondgeroth) March 13, 2020
Had a really happy moment when I finally put together that I could share my @usekamiapp screen during my @zoom_us conference this morning during my AP Chemistry “tutorials” this morning to work problems together better (though probably should have realized before now...).— Brynn J Stephens (@BStephens_Sci) March 18, 2020
Today I'm making screencasts for teachers as they create remote learning activities. Here is my 6 min video on how to use Kami’s screen capture tool to show students what they need to do on assignments. Lots of learning in a few short minutes! @usekamiapp https://t.co/MNb2rjZbrc— Eve Heaton (@atechcoachlife) March 16, 2020
Here is how I am using @usekamiapp in the art room while we are practicing eLearning. I used @Screencastify to record this clip thanks to the unlimited accounts being provided to educators experiencing school closures. @2018Memorial #fisdfineartsleads pic.twitter.com/dGS1MtXEMA— Mrs.King (@MrsKingArt) March 17, 2020
Mr. Reichley and I explored the potential of Kami to help S complete work digitally without having to make tons of copies! Great for Virutal/Remote Learning! @usekamiapp @TheKamiHeroes 3/4 of his class has already been using it in other classes! @OJRHS pic.twitter.com/2N4qPc7Bki— Jonathan Yoder (@EdTechYoder) March 11, 2020
I put together a teacher training video website for fast PD delivery of the top #edtech teacher tools to use in case of a #COVID19 #schoolclosure (these are great tools for anytime): @edpuzzle @usekamiapp @Flipgrid esp Google Meets (host 250 needs no comp) https://t.co/h5y1ayF5f6— Christopher Chiang (@teacherchiang) March 8, 2020
Going paperless this year has been easy with @usekamiapp and their work with #googleclassroom @GoogleForEdu— Open Source Lab (@OpenSourceLab20) March 9, 2020
Students can edit the PDF, record their voice, use the dictionary and a multiple of other tools. Check it out!#AcademicTwitter #GoogleEdu @SD20kc pic.twitter.com/rdeNZtIH1A
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