More and more digital learning tools are making their way into university environments. The HEDC EdTech team are available to help you understand how these online learning environments and tools work and how they can be used as part of your teaching. Click on the tool below that you’d like to learn more about.
Blackboard is a learning management system that allows students and faculty to share and engage with learning materials.
XOtago is an online sequenced module course management application. Its 'studio' function helps you to organise your content.
Vevox is a polling and Q&A platform that enables diverse engagement opportunities for classes and meetings.
ChatGPT is a generative pre-trained transformer chatbot. Artificial intelligence platforms such as this are set to be transformative for many areas of life including higher education.
Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system.
Otago Capture uses the Echo360 software to record lectures and presentations and also had engagement tools.
Padlet is an online stickies tool for facilitating collaboration. It can help teachers better engage with their students.
Microsoft Teams is a messaging app for real-time collaboration, communication, meetings as well as file and app sharing.
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing app that allows people meet online virtually one to one or in groups.
Loom is an async video messaging app that allows you to record your screen while also using your camera and microphone.
If there is an online tool or learning environment that you need help with that's not listed here, just reach out and let us know. We may not have put it on the website yet.
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