Please see this current list of software provided by ITS for faculty and student access during the university's transition of instruction to an online environment.
CAFÉ offers a variety of technologies that faculty can use in teaching. Devices and software include:
Lightboard (available in the Digital Studio)
Camtasia software for screencast videos and editing (available in the Digital Studio workstation)
Green screen for use in conjunction with video or webcam recording in the Digital Studio
Articulate Storyline 360 (available in the Digital Studio workstation)
Portable small group video conferencing system (great for interviews and collaboration, suitable for use in the CAFÉ conference room)
Large group video conferencing system (available for use in the Active Learning Classroom)
Swivl (to record video with your mobile device). See our Quick Guide to Using Swivl
360 degree immersive camera
Presentation technology for active learning in the Active Learning Classroom
To learn more about
using these tools, contact the CAFÉ Director, Dr. Laura Lohman, or visit CAFÉ's
Digital Studio page.
CAFÉ also provides 24/7 online resources and in-person help supporting faculty use of a variety of instructional technologies, whether you are teaching a face-to-face, hybrid, or online class.
Visit CAFÉ's Practical Resources for Teaching page and its pages on Multimedia Instructional Materials and Multimedia Assessments to learn how you can effectively use technology tools like
RingCentral Meetings videoconferencing
Adobe Spark for Videos, Posts, and Pages
Microsoft Office Online Dictate
Polling in PowerPoint
Laura Lohman, PhD, SHRM-SCP, PMP
Director, Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence
Professor of Music