Vocat is a teaching and learning platform that facilitates qualitative and quantitative assessment of a range of media. Built as a collaboration between the Center for Teaching and Learning at Baruch College, City University of New York and Cast Iron Coding of Portland, Oregon, the tool is in active development. Vocat 2.0, which was used at Baruch from 2007-2014, accommodated the assessment of video content and was used by more than 20,000 students. Vocat 3.0, built with the generous support of Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business and Baruch alumnus Walter Barandiaran, was launched at Baruch College in Spring 2014. The current version features cloud transcoding and storage of videos, in-line annotation of videos, a robust rubrics generator, real-time data reporting, and REST APIs. Vocat will soon integrate LTI support, a mobile client, support for multiple document types (including images, audio and text files), audio and video commenting functionality, and a bridge that shares data with WordPress/BuddyPress instances.