Resources/ToolsThink of this as your toolbox for innovating your classroom
Blackboard is the University of Richmond’s official learning management system. Visit blackboard.richmond.edu to login. Instructors can also request a Blackboard course site for an upcoming semester or request a Blackboard site when designing a new course. Your CTLT liaison can offer one-on-one help on the use of Blackboard.
Classroom and Desktop Capture (Panopto)
Panopto is the University’s official classroom and desktop capture tool. Recordings of the classroom or providing additional asynchronous recorded instruction can be valuable to you and your students. To learn more, contact your liaison or check out our setup and quick start guides. Here is a list of classrooms that are Panopto-ready, with ceiling mics, video camera and Panopto installed on the room’s computer.
Mobile Device Initiative
Each semester, the CTLT accepts proposals from faculty that would like to incorporate iPads into their curriculum. Applications are accepted all year but we recommend submitting an application 2 months before the requested semester. We also offer iPads for short-term class projects as well. For more information, contact Andrew Bell.
Using a classroom response system is a great way to increase class interaction and engagement. The Center of Teaching, Learning, and Technology has a number of recommended response systems that utilize student mobile devices or laptops – click here to learn more. If you’d like to use the CTLT’s Turning Point clickers for a class, presentation, or event, fill out this form or contact your CTLT liaison for more information.
Event Capture and Streaming (Adobe Connect)
For faculty that would like to host webinars or simply stream lectures or guest speakers, we have a subscription to Adobe Connect. Contact Mike Dixon for more information.
The CTLT liaison team is ready to assist if you need help figuring out the technology in your classroom. Can’t figure out that AMX touch panel? DVD player controls confusing? Let us help. Contact your liaison today!
Faculty A/V Equipment
We have audio and video recording resources for higher end projects. If you are interested in learning how to create something for your courses or faculty research, contact Corrina Waxman.
The CTLT has access to a number of Information Services 3D printers available for use. If you’d like to add a 3D printing project to your curriculum please contact Andrew Bell.