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What is I-Connect?

I-Connect is a technology-based self-monitoring system that supports users in changing their behavior.

I-Connect is a research supported self-monitoring intervention, that simplifies paper-and-pencil monitoring with a easy to use mobile app for students and portal for teachers to track progress.

I-Connect can be used by anyone, anywhere! The app is completely customizable, providing an unlimited amount of locations to monitor in. 

I-Connect enables students and users to set achievable self-monitoring goals and to monitor behavior aligned with success. Self-monitoring can establish higher levels of independence and can improve academic outcomes!   

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Already using I-Connect?

Access the Portal here:

How do you want to use I-Connect?

Click the relevant button below for more information:

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Download I-Connect?

I-Connect is currently availble on the App Store and Google Play Store. Desktop App COMING SOON!

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The University of Kansas

Juniper Gardens Children’s Project

(913)-321-3143

444 Minnesota Avenue, Suite 300.
Kansas City, KS 66101-2914 

“Strengthening Children’s Lives Through Science and Community Engagement”