• Kami for iPads
    Kami Newsroom,  Product Updates

    Kami for iPad

    Kami is a Chrome extension and therefore primarily designed to work in the Google Chrome environment. For the best experience of Kami, we suggest using either a Chromebook or a Mac/Windows/Linux computer.  It is possible to use Kami on an iPad, however as Chrome Extensions are not supported by Google Chrome on iOS, many features do not work as they would on another device. In this article, we will explain how to use, access, and open Google Classroom assignments in Kami with an iPad.    Is there a Kami app for iOS? We currently do not have a Kami iOS app. This means you will not be able to find…

  • Kami for science
    Teacher Tips

    Kami for Science

    Not all science classes can be the white coat and experiment kind (sadly!), but there is still plenty of fun to be had.  Try freshening up your typical textbook work with Kami’s versatile arrangement of tools that can be applied to any science classroom. Here are some ideas to get you started:     Inserting and Labelling Diagrams Scientific diagrams are vital for understanding and visualizing all sorts of processes. With Kami, students can create, insert, color in, highlight, add to, label and ultimately make the best use of their scientific diagrams – all from their digital device.       Kami tools required: Image: To insert a diagram on to…

  • Kami team at FETC
    Kami Newsroom

    The Kami Team took on FETC

    The Kami Team have just arrived back from an action-packed week at FETC. Three days of non-stop edtech, workshops and talking to Kami users –  unsurprisingly we had a ball! So what did we get up to in the beautiful state of Florida?      The Kami Team’s highlights Our 6-person strong Kami team kick-started the conference by taking responsibility for T-shirt distribution. The official FETC T-shirt, sponsored by Kami, and designed by our own talented designers (humble brag), was such a success that we ran out on the 2nd day!     Special shout out to our two tireless Kami Heroes:  Eve and Estee. Both Instructional Technology Specialists at…

  • Case study,  Teacher Tips

    Less paper, more interactive with Kami 📒

    You’ve found the BEST new worksheet for your class! It explains all the principles you want your students to learn and then has them complete some fun activities to cement their knowledge. You print out copies for everyone (in your precious lunch break) and the lesson goes down a storm. But as your students charge out for the school bus, you are left with a mound of crumpled paper sheets. All those valuable resources are now nothing but waste. The constant cycle of paper waste can be demoralizing and time-intensive – but it doesn’t need to be that way. Our Kami Hero Jennifer Crane, science and health teacher from St.…

  • Blog,  Kami Newsroom

    4 Million Milestone: American K-12 Schools are Going Paperless with Kami

    To our four million Kami users, We are excited to share the exciting news of reaching over four million signed up users, doubling our growth in the last year. Going paperless has never been so easy that there are over 12,000 American K-12 schools are switching from traditional pen and paper to using devices such as Chromebook and Kami to create and annotate content in the classroom. With your support and feedback, we have been your number one online PDF and document annotation app in the Chrome Web Store and G Suite Marketplace for more than a year now. Our success in the Google marketplaces echoes our growing community, as well as the…