Many of our teachers print off our case studies and lab activities on paper and require their students to write on them by hand. There is abundant research that handwriting promotes learning, and there is a strong case to be made for this practice. However, many teachers prefer to assign assignments electronically, and there are valid reasons for doing so. Since our products are .pdf documents, we occasionally receive questions about how to most effectively utilize our case studies and other products in a digital scenario. We have had great success with Kami, a simple-to-use digital classroom app that enables students to write on digital documents and works with virtually all electronic platforms. Following are a couple of YouTube videos that explain how to get started with Kami, and hopefully answer most of your questions. For more detailed questions, we encourage you to go directly to the Kami Help Center. We hope you find this helpful!
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