Your work team or class can finally

Share and discuss 
video, audio, images, and PDFs

All in one place.

WeVu is for 21st century learning and training.
Skills over knowledge.

Your learners should be doing, not watching, right?

WeVu is built for hands-on skills learning and training. Students self-record on their phones and upload. Teachers watch and give feedback.

WeVu does 'regular' instructional video too, don't worry.

Smartphone video recording is a revolution.

Learners have these great video cameras. Their phones!

So let them take control of their learning for practice, creativity, feedback, and certification. 

Music, Nursing, Corporate Training, Performing Arts, Sports, even Dog Training!

Yes, Dog Training!

Better Learning. Easier.

You probably haven't thought of all the things you could do better and more easily if you had a way to share & discuss media files .

See their skills. 

Letting learners record their practice and creativity is a big step forward and it will actually make teaching and training easier. Students and trainees need feedback on what they do. That's how learning works.

See how WeVu works.

WeVu is 5 to 10 times less expensive than similar systems!

Compare WeVu with GoReact, Bongo, Vosaic, Bridge Practice, Edthena, Rehearsal...

What kinds of Groups share with WeVu?

Courses and classes, teams, training courses, teacher-to-student, one-on-one coaching. In Skilled Trades, Music, Health Professions, Sales, Customer Relations, Sports, Management and HR Training, and more...
Misuzu Kazama Senior Instructor

UBC Japanese Language

A great tool because it allows both recording of student speech and precise feedback through the annotation tool.

Colleen DuManoir Nursing Lab and Sim Coordinator

UBC Okanagan School of Nursing

At UBC-O School of Nursing, we used the system to record, share and annotate our mental health simulations amongst students and staff, and immediately recognized that this system was superior to any existing simulation recording software!

Vanessa Powers Lecturer

San Fransisco State University - Business Communications

I think the program is great and would like to give it another go.

Joseph Higgins Director of Bands

Rowan University

We enjoyed very much using WeVu last semester, in particular with the Conducting class. It was an ideal format for making comments on student-submitted videos, and we took advantage of that all the way through the semester. I also used my Wind Ensemble & Concert Band sites in WeVu on a couple of video projects and results there were also positive.

Vesna Bulatovic English Language Instructor

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

I am really satisfied with WeVu and my students love it. It offers a lot of possibilities in the classroom. I would love to use it again next academic year.

Marina Milner-Bolotin Associate Professor

UBC Education - Teacher Candidates

Future teachers are asked to give mini lessons. Usually you have your peers comment during the class but you can learn much more if you have a video of what you have done. You can learn even more if you and your peers can comment on the video.

Dr. Kate Power Lecturer, Communication and Rhetoric

U Queensland Business

I have successfully used WeVu in several undergraduate courses, both to promote student engagement in reviewing each other’s in-class presentations, and to provide my own feedback to students on those same presentations. Using WeVu noticeably increased not only the quantity but also the quality of commentary students gave and received, and enabled me to give more precise feedback tailored to specific moments in the presentation. I warmly recommend it.

Dominik Stecula Instructor

UBC Political Science

I was very impressed with the student discussion on the video. Many students told me they enjoyed that component of the course. I think that part of it was that the videos were pretty fun, but part of it was that even the shy students who have a hard time speaking in a class of 60 could contribute there.

Florian Gassner Senior Instructor of German

UBC Languages

In just five minutes, I can create an original assignment that provides students with an hour’s worth of meaningful and collaborative engagement.

Five clicks, and I have turned a YouTube video into a meaningful exercise for my classroom of language learners.

Anonymous Student

UBC French Department

This allowed me to create a presentation that I did not have to present in front of an entire class. I could record it at home, which meant I did not have to find childcare for my son, which I would have if we had presented in office hours. I still got the practice and feedback from my prof.

Julia Langham Instructor, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Selkirk College Nursing

I actually just did the WeVu set up and think I have created the assignment myself. This program is really slick!

Ajtony Csaba Assistant Professor, Orchestra and Conducting, University of Victoria

University of Victoria School of Music

It is a great tool, especially in situations when there is no time for talk.

Eric Jones Private Piano Teacher

Eric Jones Piano

I see video as a key strategy for motivating students and helping them to be exposed to both great performances and feedback on their own playing.

Gerald Baier Associate Professor

UBC Political Science

I’ve always tried to use presentations in my graduate seminars as a way to develop teaching and research presentation skills. WeVu allows me to more actively mentor graduate students in their presentation and teaching skills with detailed notes and questions, leaving valuable seminar time for discussion and analysis of bigger questions.

Student Conducting Student

UBC School of Music

I think WeVu is a really good device, especially for learning conducting. I am glad my professor decided to use this system. THANK YOU very much for designing and bringing this interface to university learning!

Evan Point Guard

Basketball - 16U

This really helped my game, and my confidence. Sometimes I think my 'real' coach doesn't understand me. My WeVu coach gave me three important things to work on and it really paid off.

Student Conducting Student

UBC - Vancouver School of Music

I think WeVu is a really good device, especially for learning conducting. I am glad my professor decided to use this system. THANK YOU very much for designing and bringing this interface to university learning!

Jeff Hanlon Guitar Professor

Queen's University Music

'They were happier; I was happier.' I used WeVu with a guitar class. Two tests were on WeVu.
A great deal of class time was saved for instruction instead of summative assessment.
Some students tend not to perform well in front of others. Allowing uploads removed the nervousness factor.
Students can record many takes and submit their best performances through WeVu. So I can set higher standards for their performances.
It is much easier to give detailed feedback through WeVu than during an in-class session.

I allowed students to submit videos well before deadlines. I was able to assess and give feedback on their submissions within a day, allowing them to re-record, re-submit before the deadline and obtain higher grades. They were happier; I was happier.

Davy Chinn Community Arts Coordinator; Instructor of Music

Indiana Wesleyan Music

WeVu has been a remarkable asset in my conducting classroom! The students are able to dive in deeply to assess every detail of their conducting technique and comment on it in a very specific way. As their teacher, the ability to ask direct questions and give specific feedback is invaluable!

Dr. Rob Taylor Professor, Director of Bands

UBC - Vancouver School of Music

This is a fantastic way for students to review their own playing and for professors to give highly specific feedback.

This is simply a more effective way to learn skills

Let your learners master skills by repeating them, with your feedback.

Skills you have to see and hear.

Space and time are just too tight in the classroom. We can’t see all our learners practicing, let alone give them feedback. So why not let them record their practice themselves, on their phones?

They really practice!​ ​

We ask learners to practice.
But do they? You can’t be sure.
There’s a simple solution: use video homework. Students and trainees record and upload from their phones. Practice you can see.

Precise feedback.
Rich dialogue.

Teachers, coaches, managers, or peers give feedback when it matters. You type a comment, the video stops, your feedback is placed right there. Feedback that’s right to the point.

WeVu is for learning skills.
Really, any skill.

For example...

In language learning

In person or distance - students can all practice speaking on their own at home, recording the audio in the app. Then they get feedback as text and audio from their teachers. Thousands of students learn languages with WeVu.

For presentations

Learners and trainees self-record as they role-play or present. First, they watch themselves and reflect. Then they get feedback. People are using it to practice legal arguments in a moot court, to answer sales objections, and to present academic research or business pitches and plans.

In Music and Theatre

Students record and watch themselves playing or conducting and get comments from the professor as well as from other players in an ensemble. Any students making videos for classes can collaborate and then get feedback on what they’ve made. For private music teaching, students upload clips of their mid-week practice so teachers see that they're actually practicing.

In Nursing

Students practice or do simulations in groups, upload their video, and get comments on the video timeline from their instructors. They’re using it for patient assessments and clinical skills simulations. Fast improvement and more confidence.

WeVu does a ton more than video playback 

Features. These are just some of WeVu's amazing features.

  • Comments on the video timeline
  • Comments shared with teacher, group, or class
  • Peer feedback & peer assessment
  • Comment with text, audio, or video
  • Fedback & grading workflow for teachers
  • Transcript maker & viewer
  • Audio and image files with the same group annotation capabilities
  • Record from phones or any camera
  • Assignment hand-in boxes for teacher comment & grading
  • Import from YouTube & cloud services
  • Analytics for instructors or programs
  • Archiving of competencies
  • Embed WeVu site or individual videos in any LMS or website
  • Learners keep a personal site to use for a digital portfolio