All documentation for IS-supported instructional technology tools and platforms can be found in the lists below. To request documentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Connecticut College allows students, faculty, and staff to create their own domains, then create websites or blogs.
- How to add Hypothesis to Moodle
- How to use Hypothesis for private highlighting and collaborative annotation (1 minute)
- How to add bold, italics, links and quotes to annotations (2 min)
Moodle is the college's Learning Management System and allows faculty to set up interactive, online course spaces. Moodle can be used to share course resources, host discussions, accept assignments electronically, offer online quizzes and more.
- Flipgrid - Video Discussion Forums
- Hypothesis - Collaborative Annotation Tool
- A short video tutorial showing how to add Hypothesis activities to Moodle
- Kahoot - Interactive, "gamified" quizzes
- Padlet - Mindmaps and online bulletin boards
- Socrative - Polling application
- Thinglink - Multimedia projects
- Voicethread - Audio and Video Discussion Forums
Zoom is the recommended videoconferencing system for remote and hybrid classes.
- Activating your Zoom account
- Zoom for Teaching (Basic)
- Zoom for Teaching (Advanced)
- Zoom for Students
- Zoom Security Recommendations
If teaching in a hyflex enabled classroom, you will need to make adjustments to the audio settings and select the correct camera, speaker, and microphone. The following screenshots show how to do this in Zoom. Any questions related to classrooms should be directed to email@example.com.