This library guide is designed to help you
transfer your course materials and activities to the online environment.
Please follow the steps below to get started. Look through the tabs for help in specific areas.
There are several virtual tools available
Zoom.com - for multiple synchronous users, recordable. - Network Services can provide support
Microsoft Teams- Plan live events- Network Services can provide support- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-live-events/plan-for-teams-live-events
Blackboard Ultra (Available in your Blackboard course)- Synchonous users, recording, embedding in Blackboard- Network Services can provide support
Loom.com- simple screen capture and recording.
Meet.com- Synchornous users
Sidecar Learning - The rich content of the web is your content. Just pick a web page, add text, questions, and images and create a guide in minutes. Existing content means you’re teaching users to use the materials they encounter in their daily lives. *** free until the end of the semester.
Adobe Creative Cloud- Free till May 31st
A number of resources are offering free access during the crisis.
Kent is working on adding these to the catalog so that you can find them through Discover@Kent.
Until then, we have a listing here
Free for 2 months.
Modified from Georgia Tech's response to remote teaching- best practices.