For Spring 2021, all undergraduate courses will have access to CircleIn. The CircleIn platform creates a virtual learning community for students to support one another in their coursework, all while having a chance to earn rewards and prizes. This peer-to-peer learning model is backed by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
What courses will have access to CircleIn?
For Spring 2021, all undergraduate courses will have access to CircleIn.
Do I have to use CircleIn if I am taking one of these classes?
Use of CircleIn is not mandatory. However, we would appreciate your giving it a try and providing us with some feedback. We need your help in making this platform a success!
What does CircleIn cost?
CircleIn is free for Rutgers-Camden students.
How do I register for CircleIn?
You can log into CircleIn on your course Canvas pages. You must login on Canvas for each class for the class to be available on the CircleIn app.
Is it cheating if students help each other with their homework?
All homework that you submit for your classes should be your own work. However, it is okay to discuss assignments with classmates, develop strategies for completing them, prep one another for tests, and so on. If you are unclear about what constitutes cheating (i.e., academic dishonesty) please refer to academic integrity policy and discuss it with your professor.
How can I learn more about CircleIn’s functionality?
You can learn about how CircleIn works by watching short videos found here.