An audience response system or classroom response system (CRS) allow students to participate in real time polling, surveys, or quizzes using their own mobile devices or proprietary hardware response devices known as clickers. This technology increases opportunities for even reticent or shy students to participate in those courses they are enrolled in.
Medial is a Digital Asset Management system for instructional video produced by faculty, staff, and students. The service allows uploading of digital media, sharing of media in a Canvas course and collecting and cataloging of an instructor’s media. iTunesU provides a supplemental way to widely distribute course lectures, faculty presentations, event highlights, music, performances and more that convey the academic and intellectual opportunities at Eastern.
Standalone software service for capturing lectures, lessons, or other presentations. Recordings can be video or audio only and can be live-streamed if desired. Recorded lectures and presentations may be embedded for private viewing within a Canvas course or made public on the web. Managed through Canvas, but videos are available externally if desired. Supported by Educational Technology.
Medial is a multi-format, cross platform streaming server for delivering video and audio to wired and wireless devices over the Internet.
Vericite is a web-based plagiarism detection services which check documents for unoriginal content. The results can be used to identify similarities to existing sources or can be used in formative assessment to help students learn how to avoid plagiarism and improve their writing. Supported by Instructional Technology.
Respondus Monitor is a companion product for LockDown Browser that enables institutions to protect the integrity of non-proctored, online exams. Students use their own computer and a webcam to record assessment sessions, all without leaving the institution’s learning management system. Supported by Instructional Technology.