New Version of Nureva's Troove Includes a Single Sign-On Feature
has launched a new version of its e-portfolio tool,
that will allow students to sign in using their Google Apps for
Education accounts. Company representatives said the single sign-on simplifies
login process by giving students access to multiple software programs
single set of credentials.
launched Troove in January as a cloud-based and
standards-aligned e-portfolio tool for K-12 students.
The new version also has a new projects page that
shows a student all the relevant projects he or she is working on, along
"This latest release of Troove digital portfolio
make it easier to navigate, organize and manage information within the
portfolio," said Nureva CEO Nancy Knowlton.
The new Nureva Troove software is available now and
teachers and schools can receive
a no-cost trial for the 2015-16 school year in
return for providing feedback on it.
With Troove, students can prepare their own work and
on digitally to their teachers with documents, attachments, media files
links to YouTube, Vimeo and Google Drive.
Other features include alignment to Common Core State
Standards, parent engagement tools and a teacher dashboard.
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.