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Create effective cases

Easily create, distribute and share learning content using Thinkspace.

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Ready to use templates

Start with a case that has been proven to be effective and adapt it to your classroom. Use it as is or make as many changes as you want.




Veterinary Medicine





Or create your own

Components to help you create the most effective content. We provide the right components for the right context to help you make the most effective case.


HTML Support

Full HTML support for you to customize the layout of your content if that's your kind of thing.


Team-Based Learning

Team-based learning tools let students collaborate, peer-review and comment on team cases.


Carry - Forward

Carry answers previously provided in a case and display it later for comparison and reflection.



Let students and instructors comment on cases for feedback and peer review.

Not a Learning Management System (LMS)

Blackboard and other LMS's focus on organizing all aspects of your course. ThinkSpace is designed specifically to focus on creating effective and engaging cases.

Hear from our users

Hear what other ThinkSpace users have to say about their experience.

ThinkSpace not only supports development of individual problem solving skills but also collaborative team skills so needed in today's workforce.
Holly bender

Holly Bender

Associate Director, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching / Director, Preparing Future Faculty Program

Tools like ThinkSpace will provide an environment in which students can actually engage meaningfully with the content.
Jared danielson

Jared Danielson

Director, Office of Curricular and Student Assessment, Assistant Professor

ThinkSpace, unlike any other software tool, deliberately exposes and guides the thinking processes of its users, and demonstrably impacts teaching methodology and ‘ways of knowing’.
Mary m christopher

Mary M. Christopher

Professor of Clinical Pathology, University of California-Davis

While it may seem that there are many tools which allow team activities to be facilitated in class, this is the only one that I have found which provides the level of flexibility and creativity needed to generate the valuable, team-centered, engaging learning experience that I have worked to design into my course.
Emily kohnke

Emily J. Kohnke

Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management