Our goal is to inspire, motivate, and improve productivity for all of those involved in Service Learning. We also commit ourselves to being the best solution to measure the impact that Service Learning has on students, communities, and the world we live in. Together, we can help grow the Service Learning movement and make this world a better place, one Service Learning project at a time.
Improve Communication & Productivity
Once on Bright Impact, student groups have access to a variety of project management tools that improve accountability, communication, and organization. These features include:
Group Discussion Boards
Calendar & Events
Real Time Communication & Chat
Email Notifications & Reminders
Track & Measure Impact, Feedback & Reflections
As a student group’s project progresses, the group members have the ability to log various types of impact and feedback, as well as, reflect on how their experiences tie to course learning objectives.
Examples of impact students are able to log and track through Bright Impact include:
Impact can then be viewed in a table or dashboard view by students, Service Learning directors, and instructors. Below you will see an example of the “non-cash donations” graph that depicts the various types of non-cash donations logged by a particular class over the course of several weeks.
Depending on the level of access you have been granted within Bright Impact, you can see the activity and impact generated at a school, department, course, section, group, and more. This “Patent-pending” impact tracking technology is extremely beneficial, whether you’re a student looking to present your Service Learning project’s performance in class, or a university president looking to share your university’s impact on their community with the press.Learn how Bright Impact works.