The “tools” listed can be used by instructors to deliver information to, assess progress, communicate with, or receive feedback from their students. Some tools you can download and request a license using the provided request form and others are available to use within our e-Learning lab.
If you have any questions regarding the tools listed below, please contact the IT Service Desk at extension 7-5500.
Canvas is the new Learning Management System for UNC Charlotte. The Center for Teaching and Learning will conduct workshops and provide additional support to aid faculty members in the use of Canvas. See our Calendar of Events for upcoming Starting with a Fresh Canvas and other Canvas Workshops.
Kaltura Capture allows faculty to add powerful media tools to Canvas. This video creation and management tool combines the best features of video sharing, webcam recording, screen recording, and more. Creating and sharing multimedia learning content in Canvas is easier than ever using these intuitive tools. Both faculty and students will be able to share and use rich multimedia content across Canvas courses.
UNC Charlotte has finalized an institutional license contract with Poll Everywhere as its designated and standardized Student Response System (SRS). As a standardized system, Poll Everywhere will be the only supported and recognized polling system at UNC Charlotte. Detailed guides, tutorials and other information have been provided to our faculty, staff, and students on the use of this student response system.
Respondus is a Windows application (no Macintosh compatible version is available) that enhances the functionality and usability of Canvas' Quiz Activity and it can also be used to develop tests for traditional classes.
Respondus Monitor is a software-based video proctoring service that can be used when students take a test in Canvas.
SimCheck is plagiarism prevention system that makes it easy to identify students who submit unoriginal work. It acts as a powerful deterrent to stop plagiarism before it starts.
All work submitted to SimCheck is checked against three databases of content:
- a copy of the publicly accessible Internet,
- millions of published works,
- every student paper ever submitted to UNC Charlotte's repository.