- Academic Media Production Spaces
- Accessibility Checker in Word & PowerPoint
- Active Learning in Zoom
- Adobe Express
- Adobe Stock
- Campus Teaching Centers
- Canvas Assignments & Grades
- Canvas Commons
- Canvas Quizzes: Question Groups and Banks
- Canvas SpeedGrader
- Classroom Database & Active Learning Classrooms at IU
- Course Setup Wizard for Canvas
- Digital Whiteboarding
Recording facilities for faculty use at IUB, IUPUI and select regional campuses: with technology suited for producing high-end instructional multimedia content. Learn more about Academic Media Production Spaces at IU.
Ensures all students, regardless of ability, have access to materials. Learn more about making your Word and PowerPoint files more accessible.
Engage your students with polls, breakout rooms, icebreakers & more! Learn more about Active Learning in Zoom.
Quickly and easily create beautiful content with design templates! Learn more about Adobe Express.
Find the perfect stock asset for your next creative project including photos, videos, vector art, illustrations and more! Learn more about Adobe Stock at IU.
See how Ally can help you make your courses more accessible for all your learners. Learn more about Ally.
Your campus teaching center is here for you. Meet your campus’ teaching center consultants to see how they can help you. Learn more about your campus’ teaching and learning center.
How many clicks does it take to add a column to Canvas Gradebook? Just a few; come and see how. Learn more about Canvas Assignments.
Use the Canvas learning object repository to discover, modify, and share course materials. Learn more about Canvas Commons.
Use Question Groups and Banks to give each student a different set of questions or to mix up the order they get them in, all while organizing your question content into easy-to-use (and reuse) categories. Question Groups and Banks can spice up your assessments, all while making things easier for you!
Reduce time and tedium grading with Canvas SpeedGrader. Learn more about SpeedGrader.
Find out about all the capabilities of the classroom you’ve been scheduled to teach in. Also learn how to use the database to find a classroom that fits your teaching needs. Learn more about Active Learning Certified Classrooms at IU.
Use the Course Setup Wizard for help importing content from another course, adding a template, or adding the IU Home Page to your course. Learn more about Course Setup Wizard for Canvas.
Discover high- and low-tech ways to synchronously draw and share diagrams, solve equations, or annotate on images for your face-to-face, online, or hybrid courses. Learn more about Digital Whiteboarding.
Allows instructors to provide innovative and impactful formative feedback on student videos. It increases the speed of skill development, and improves student outcomes for in-person, blended, and fully-remote learning environments. Learn more about GoReact.
Promote active learning in texts by allowing students to actively engage with their reading by digitally annotating course texts available in PDF format or as a web page. Hypothes.is is available through the IU eTexts program. Learn more about Hypothes.is.
InScribe is a digital community platform that helps connect students to the answer, resources, and people they need to succeed. Students participate in InScribe by asking questions, starting conversations, and responding to peers. Learn more about InScribe.
IT Training offers modular courses on technical topics ranging from audio/visual production to media design, to office productivity. Learn more about IT Training.
Access IU Computer Labs remotely using IUAnyWare. Imagine using a campus PC from the computer labs right from your home on a Mac, Chromebook or iPad/tablet. The connection is made using just a normal internet and browser connection. Request specialty software or run an exercise for students knowing that they will have the same experience. Learn more about accessing campus computer resources through IUanyWare.
You don’t have to recreate the wheel; this fully accessible template includes a home page, a syllabus, a "Getting Started" module for students, and much more. Learn more about Canvas Template.
Save your students up to 90% on the books and publisher course materials you may already be using. Plus, all students in your class will have access to their course materials on the first day of the term so they can be ready to learn from the start. Learn more about IU eTexts.
Stay connected to IU from anywhere. IU Mobile puts the tools you need at your fingertips, with a personalized experience designed around your needs. Learn more about IU Mobile.
Works with Canvas for cloud-based video recording, inline quizzing, sharing,
and management. Learn more about Kaltura at IU.
Kritik is a peer-grading platform that distributes fair and accurate assessments by harnessing collective intelligence to simplify workflows and give professors more time to coach and mentor their students. With peer assessment, your students learn to write constructive feedback to their peers that elevates their learning experience.
Enables laboratory courses to move online (either fully or partially), Labster is the world's leading provider of virtual science labs. Learn more about Labster.
Promote student success through identifying needs & addressing them with evidence-based practices. Learn more about Learning Analytics.
Increase your technology, creative, and business skills with LinkedIn Learning. Learn more about LinkedIn Learning.
Create diagrams based on templates or create custom ones from scratch, share across operating systems and collaborate in real-time while whiteboarding, brainstorming, or building flowcharts, mockups, UML diagrams, and more. Lucidchart is an intuitive online diagramming platform that combines flowcharts, collaboration, and data visualization. Learn more about Lucidchart.
Come with questions or success stories on how to make mathematics and STEM course materials accessible. Learn about how Canvas now supports MathJax for making mathematics accessible!
Get answers to your questions about Microsoft 365 at IU. Learn more about Microsoft 365.
An online scheduling tool that allows IU Exchange Online users to set up calendars and manage availability so that others can easily book appointments through an online form. It also allows people without access to Exchange Online, such as students and individuals external to the university, to schedule meetings with those who do use Exchange Online, such as faculty and staff. Learn more about Microsoft Bookings.
Shows what days and times work the best for you and the attendees when available using free/busy data, Let's you propose your selected times to all attendees and then allows everyone to vote and quickly come to a consensus. Learn more about Microsoft FindTime.
Collaborate and brainstorm on a digital canvas. Learn more about Microsoft Whiteboard.
IU regularly vets new technology with the help of its faculty. Request new software that IU should consider providing to the IU community. Learn more about Next.IU.
Incorporate questions, reflections, web overlays, and other types of interactions into course videos. Learn more about PlayPosit.
Use Pressbooks to create course materials by yourself, with colleagues, or with your students. This online authoring and publishing tool allows you to incorporate your own text, video, images, and interactions along with open educational resources to develop effective content to share with your class or with the public. Learn more about Pressbooks at IU.
Business Foundations - online adaptive assessment and tutorials designed to ensure that every admitted student has a baseline set of skills necessary to begin their MBA program. Subjects include: Financial Accounting, Microeconomics, Finance, Statistics, Excel and Quantitative Skills. Online games to teach Operations Mgmt, Supply Chain Mgmt, and Business Modeling includes competitive simulations used in graded assignments to teach topics including process analysis, inventory control, supply chain management, spreadsheet modeling and optimization. Learn more about Responsive's Business Foundations and online games.
Provide timely student feedback to encourage engagement, point to experiences and opportunities for enrichment, and mark student attendance. Learn more about Student Engagement Roster.
Explore the new Teaching.IU, redesigned with a new library of teaching resources, stories of effective teaching practices from your colleagues, and an improved Learning Technology Tool Finder to connect you with the tech you and your students need. Visit Teaching.IU.
There are many ways to teach—discover which ones have evidence of success. Learn more about Teaching for Student Success.
Use this interactive, cloud-based system to increase student engagement and real-time feedback—both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more about Top Hat at IU.
Work for the UITS Support Center. Gain valuable experience while providing technical advising and support to clients at IU-supported communities. Learn more about UITS Support Center jobs..
Helps students create and experiment with virtual environments and experience immersive simulations. Learn more about Virtual Reality at IU.
Lets you create, share, and comment on content for a more dynamic class. Learn more about VoiceThread at IU.
Communicate with HD-quality video and audio for classes, web conferences, and collaboration. Learn more about Zoom.
Discover easy workflow practices that will make your documents more inclusive and make your editing more efficient. Learn more about the 7 Simple Steps.
Imagine how 3-D printed objects could enhance student learning in your course. Learn more about 3-D printing at IU.