Engage Students: onCampus and the Anatomy of a Topics Page

November 3, 2014 Mark Christensen

One of my favorite things in onCampus, our Learning Management System, is the Topics Page. This is where teachers can easily curate all their learning resources into logical segments for their students to consume.

Coming off the start of the school year got me thinking. Wouldn’t it be cool to showcase some of the features in the Topics Page to help teachers see how they can engage their students with text, links, downloads, photos, audio, video, and more—that’s a lot of learning resources!

Check out this infographic (click for a larger view), and make sure to share it with your teachers.


What to learn more? I’ve pulled together some past onCampus blog stories that do a great job highlighting the Topics Page.

Easy Reuse of Class Resources

Flexibility on the Topics Detail Page

Topic Edit Mode: Showing Content Items

Priority Order in Topics

About the Author

Mark Christensen

Mark Christensen has worked in K-12 in various roles throughout his career from classroom teacher to school administrator to marketing communications. He works as the Marketing Manager for Blackbaud's K12 Group. He holds his MBA in Marketing from Rivier College and his Ed.D. in Curriculum & Technology from Plymouth State University/Argosy.

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