NameCoach tool allows students to easily share their name pronunciation and gender

NameCoach is excited to announce their partnership with the Foundation for the California Community College System and the Online Education Initiative! NameCoach is a new tool provided by the OEI to California Community Colleges that nurtures inclusion campus-wide. It is now available to all OEI consortiums colleges at no cost and available to all CCCs at a discount.

Can•Innovate: NameCoach for Equitable Classrooms

Please join NameCoach’s CEO Praveen Shanbhag to learn about how NameCoach helps build a more inclusive and equitable classroom.

 Friday – October 26 – 12 PM Pacific

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 NameCoach provides students with a simple way to record a pronunciation of their name and convey their gender that is easily shared with their instructor and student peers. In this webinar, you will see NameCoach in action and hear how Foothill College has used it in Canvas and for commencement to foster belonging and address equity gaps.

 **If you are not able to attend the webinar but interested in receiving a recording of it, simply register here and we’ll deliver it directly to your inbox.**

 NameCoach can be used in conjunction with a variety of campus technologies to provide on-demand playback of student name pronunciations wherever they may be needed. The core features of NameCoach solve many of the challenges universities face with building inclusive campus communities.

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Ritika Dewan 

Director, Partner Community Development

NameCoach  || Hear the name, Say it right

ritika@name-coach.com || Direct line: 408-414-7514

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