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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Available Devices ​and Software​

​The university provides classroom technology and software: 

students in active learning classroom         video camera and lightboard

​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

  • 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.


Support for Additional Technology

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 ​

  • ​Flipgrid

  • RingCentral Meetings videoconferencing

  • Screencast-o-matic 

  • Adobe Spark for Videos, Posts, and Pages

  • Microsoft Office Online Dictate

  • Polling in PowerPoint

  • Screencastify

  • Camtasia

  • EdPuzzle

  • And more!​ ​

flipgrid  edpuzzle  adobe spark gallery


Laura Lohman

Laura Lohman, PhD, SHRM-SCP, CAAP, PMP

Director, Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence

Professor of Music

(704) 337-2547 ​​