The RIT course management system allows instructors to use the online environment to post course-related information, interact with students, and conduct classes in a secure environment.
is a web-based communication tool that allows faculty and students to quickly and easily share presentations, desktops and other materials over the Internet using the familiar PowerPoint application and Adobe Flash format. Connect has robust collaboration tools for discussion, whiteboard and text chat.
is a highly sophisticated, yet easy-to-use, online survey system. Online Learning has created this tool for campus-wide use. All RIT faculty and staff are free to use this system.
or as they are referred to at RIT, "clickers" are wireless keypads that can be used to gauge the level of understanding from a large audience within seconds.
is a quiz management system for Microsoft Windows/Vista which allows you to manage question and quiz libraries and then generate print quizzes for use in a face to face class or export those same quizzes for use online through myCourses.
The RIT Confluence Wiki is a collection of wiki spaces owned by faculty and staff at RIT. Wikis are group-editable websites that present various opportunities for improving group productivity and information sharing, and are ideal for fast and easy collaboration among groups of all sizes.
is an application that records desktop images, webcam video, audio. It also provides a robust set of editting tools so that the finished videos can include transition effects, text callouts, and other engaging media components. Faculty can use Camtasia to create simple videos on their desktop for use in flipped or online classes.
is an application that records desktop images and sounds and saves them as a video file. Faculty can use SnagIt to create simple videos on their desktop for use in flipped or online classes.