John Dewey “Education is a social process; education is growth; education is not preparation for life but is life itself.” Introducing a teaching tool created to engage students.

The online home for your course.

Like popular social networks, discussions on Lore are lightweight and fun. You'll get a modern tool for sharing materials, plus a gradebook that puts names to faces.

Instructors have already switched to Lore at over 600 schools including:

Stanford University
Harvard University
Massachutes Institiute of Technology
“I was confused by the reading one night, so I posted my question to Lore. Two of my classmates wrote answers, which started a huge debate. Awesome experience.” Junior, Princeton University


Lore just works. It’s intuitive for students and you can set it up in five minutes. Plus, tools like a modern gradebook will save you time the rest of the term.

Elegant tools for teaching.


You and your students get a rich profile to show off your academic achievements and aspirations. What have you studied, taught? What are your dreams? Follow colleagues and students to stay in touch.



People in your class can post notes, links, videos, and much more. They can comment on or ‘like’ what’s shared. The social media dynamic is natural to your students. It will turn your class into a community.



See an overview of all your class events, meetings, assignments, and exams. You can attach files and students can submit assignments, all in one place. It’s the easiest way to keep the whole class on the same page.



Our gradebook is way easier than Excel and way more powerful than paper. With automatic grade calculations, and in-line student photos, grading becomes much better.



Give individual feedback on assignments. You and your students can now engage in a dialogue right next to the submission.



All your files, links, books, and media in one place—with unlimited storage. We make your materials look great by pulling in covers and previews. Keep resources organized with Stacks, the simple but powerful way to build collections.


Great Instructors use great tools.

Lore is free and always will be.