Academic Technologies

 

Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a web-based communications tool that allows you to quickly and easily share presentations desktops and other materials over the internet using the familiar PowerPoint application and Adobe Flash format.  Connect has robust collaboration tools for discussion, whiteboard and text chat.

For current documentation, tutorials and best practices, visit: Adobe Connect Wiki.

Staff members interested in using Adobe Connect should contact Jeremiah Parry-Hill.

Clipboard

Clipboard, is a highly sophisticated, yet, easy-to-use online survey system created by RIT.  This tool is available for free, campus-wide use.

Faculty and staff can access Clipboard through their RIT computer account.

For current documentation, tutorials and best practices, visit: Clipboard Wiki.

RIT Wiki

Wikis are collaborative websites that multiple people can view and edit.  They present various opportunities for improving group productivity and information sharing, and are idea for fast and easy collaboration among groups of all sizes.

The RIT Wiki is a collection of wiki spaces built and maintained by RIT faculty and staff, and supported by the Teaching & Learning Services department in the Wallace Center.

For current documentation, tutorials and best practices, visit: RIT Wiki.

myCourses

myCourses is the course management system of RIT.  This system allows you to interact with others access materials online.  A variety of tools are available to promote interaction and provide resources for users.

For current documentation, tutorials and best practices, visit: myCourses Wiki