The courses are created and owned by the institutions or individuals and they are taught by one or more experts and teachers. Institutions and teachers use Flinnt to stay connected with their students outside the classroom.
Teachers and instructors can share learning resources like documents, links to websites, assignments, images and videos with their students linking it to different topics and courses. Many institutions also use Flinnt as an institutional Intranet to communicate achievements, announcements and updates.
Students can easily join the courses created by their teachers, instructors, mentors and start accessing all the learning resources that are posted from time to time. Engagement created in the classroom continues outside the campus.
Flinnt is used as the preferred source of course creation and communication by a number of individuals and institutions like:
- Graduate and Post Graduate institutions
- K-12 Schools
- Tutorials and Examination Coaching
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SAM has been developed by a university team of psychologists, computer scientists and student users. Established methods of self-help have been combined with high standards of usability to provide an engaging, flexible, and practical resource.
The key features of SAM are:
• Clearly laid out menus
• User guidance
• External links
• Self-monitoring of anxiety with graphical display
• 25 self-help options covering: Information about anxiety, Thinking and anxiety, Physical relaxation, Mental relaxation, Health and Anxiety
• Guidance on putting self-help into practice
• Closed social network of SAM users
The content of SAM is presented in various media formats in order to support users in learning about anxiety and practicing self-help. Although not text-heavy, users will need to study the guidance to get the best out of SAM. Users are encouraged to build their own Anxiety Toolkit of SAM resources that they find helpful and to draw on this for regular practice in managing situations that are associated with anxiety.
SAM may be used with or without the support of a registered health practitioner but you may wish to consult with your local health or well-being practitioner if you are uncertain about using SAM.