We support a numbers of instructional technology products and services.
Web-videoconferencing software used to create live presentations, online training materials, web conferencing, learning modules, and user desktop sharing. The product is Adobe Flash based.
Provides instructors and students with a web-based home for each of their courses. Course content and materials, including syllabi, lecture notes or slides, files and links to external sources, and audio-video content can be made available to students in a secure environment.
Classroom computers applications include:
- Adobe Reader
- Flash Player
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- MS Office 2007
- Putty, WinSCP
- Real Player
Users are encouraged to use Remote Desktop to access their office systems if special software is required.
Captures class lectures and converts them into podcasts, video, rich media, and more for anytime, anywhere playback. Classrooms equipped with lecture capture technology are Rekhi G09, Rekhi 214, ME 111, ME 402, ME 406, Library 242 and MEESE 110.
Allows students to instantly provide feedback and answer questions posed by instructors.
Service created to manage, distribute, and allow access to educational audio and video content for students within the university as well as the broader Internet that makes use of Apple's iTunes Store.
Classrooms with technology to record classes for online and blended learning. Studio classrooms are in rooms EERC B45, Rekhi G05, Rekhi G06.
Uses IP videoconferencing (H.323) to provide live audio-visual communication sessions. Classrooms with videoconferencing technology are EERC 508 and ATDC 101.