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Your course has complex content and moves at fast pace. We know what you are up against.  Let's make the study process easier.

If you're working as well as studying you probably fit several short study periods through your day.  Access OB3 (v1) from your computer, laptop or tablet.  View discussion comments via email.

Annotation & Study Summary

In OB3 you can annotate content (v2) by highlighting it as you study, optionally adding comments. When reviewing, you can use the OB3 Study Summary (v2) to reveal just the content that you found relevant.  “Zoom out” to reveal more context. And anything added or changed by teachers will be automatically included, so you’ll always be studying the latest material.

Collaboration

When you're stuck you need to find answers before the course moves on to new topics.  Connect with your classmates, by asking a question or starting a discussion. OB3 shows these next to the subject content they relate to, so you’ll never miss relevant collaborative information.  Our mobile tools for staff make it easy to for them to  respond to your questions, raising the likelihood of a timely response.

Learn for life

OB3’s web accounts are personal to you and never expire. Our course providers are cool, they usually permit access to course content for graduates.  Use OB3 to create study notes and assignments. The content you've created will not be deleted.  And our powerful search tools mean you can quickly access any part of your work any time in the future.  So no more boxes of college notes in your parent's garage.

I describe it to others as a 'boutique' system that can be modified to meet practically all teaching requirementsGordon Sanderson, University of Otago

We have used OceanBrowser to manage our distance-taught course content for many years. We are delighted with the level of service and commitment provided by the company. I describe it to others as a 'boutique' system that can be modified to meet practically all teaching requirements.

Gordon SandersonAssociate Professor
Dunedin School of Medicine
University of Otago

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