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Faculty Course Technology Support
Academic
Technology

TLS-Supported Technologies

The following academic technologies are supported by RIT for use in courses. Instructors may choose to use an academic technology that is not listed on this page, but they would be responsible for supporting it and ensuring that students can access course activities on an ongoing basis.

myCourses

RIT’s course management system enables instructors to post course content and information, interact with students, and conduct classes in a secure online environment.
Learn more about myCourses

Camtasia

Records desktop images, webcam video, and audio, and includes a robust set of editing tools for adding transition effects, text callouts, and other engaging media components. Videos are stored in Panopto for use in myCourses.
Learn more about Camtasia

Panopto Video Server

Panopto stores videos for streaming in myCourses. It also includes lightweight recording and editing software that can be used instead of Camtasia, and allows instructors to facilitate video-based assignments, discussions, and quizzes.
Learn more about Panopto

Zoom

Using this web conferencing tool, instructors and students can easily communicate, share material, and collaborate online in real time.
Learn more about Zoom

Slack

Slack facilitates quick, informal communication through group and one-to-one messaging, file sharing, emojis and other multimedia content, and third-party integrations. Slack can be used synchronously or asynchronously.
Learn more about Slack

Google Workspace for Education

Google Workspace for Education is a suite of tools for file editing, sharing, and storage.
Learn more about Google Workspace for Education

Confluence Wiki

Wikis are group-editable websites that enable easy collaboration and information-sharing. RIT‘s Confluence Wiki contains wiki spaces owned by instructors and staff at RIT.
Learn more about the RIT Confluence Wiki

iClicker

iClicker is a student response collection system for in-person formative or summative evaluations. Students can use mobile devices or wireless remotes.
Learn more about iClicker

Respondus

This quiz management system for Microsoft Windows enables instructors to create and manage question and quiz libraries to create printed or online quizzes. Respondus also imports publisher-supplied question banks into myCourses.
Learn more about Respondus

Qualtrics

Qualtrics is a robust, yet easy-to-use, online survey tool for RIT instructors and staff.
Learn more about Qualtrics

Academic Technology Help

The Academic Technology team supports instructors in using a range of academic technology tools. We can work with you to identify a technology that fills your online, blended, or in-person course needs, and provide training and support for you and your students.

Technology Investigations

Academic Technology will work with instructors to investigate new or emerging technology products and evaluate how well they accomplish learning goals.

Find out about using new technologies

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The Wallace Library
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90 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623

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