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The University of Memphis offers a web conferencing service from Adobe Connect, locally branded as umMeet. The service allows classes/groups to meet synchronously online at the same time or in subgroups (with up to 100 participants).
A searchable database of questions about all aspects of the University of Memphis
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Remote type devices which students can use to respond to questions presented during
a class session.
"Desire2Learn" is the brand name of the current software available to every course on the UoM campus. It is used to share class materials.
The Department Aide role has been created as an option for departments who wish to have more local control and immediate servicing of their faculty's needs as they teach with eCourseware.
Site specific to completely online courses available from UofM.
Instructions and information on how to copy course materials from one semester to another.
Faculty specific basic guides for eCourseware tools.
Student specific basic guides for eCourseware tools.
EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
Eduventures is the industry leader in research and consulting for higher education
Content Management - Department Aides After your account has been added for Ensemble Video from the umTech Service Desk, you will have access to add videos directly from Ensemble to eCourseware.
Information pertaining to the laws of privacy regarding student information.
Gartner delivers technology research to global technology business leaders to make informed decisions on key initiatives. UofM is a subscriber to the reports generated by this firm.
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Identity management. Site used to change password or edit personal preferences on UoM email settings.
The Studio is an entrepreneurial service-oriented business, producing products and experiences related to e-learning, instructional design, and educational technology.
"IT Impact Reports" The site used to report pending or current issues with IT services on campus.
iTunes U is available for faculty to design complete courses with audio,video, and other content and distribute them through the iTunes U app and/or through eCourseware.
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Access to training and registration for classes through the HR department.
(Local Technology Support Provider) LTSP directory
Portal for The University of Memphis
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Online, web-based survey service that is available to all faculty, students, and staff.
REEF Polling by I>Clicker is a mobile engagement system that allows instructors to present with any software and send images and polling questions to student devices.
Technology resource locator of classrooms outfitted with projector screens and computers or hookups for computers. Can be scheduled for classes.
UofM site for ordering software. Available for Faculty and Staff only.
The Teaching and Learning Technologies Advisory Committee advises the campus on technologies and issues related to teaching and learning.
Online academic integrity software that helps to promote originality in student work, improve student writing and research skills, encourage collaborative learning, and save valuable instructor time.
umApps provides easy, web-based access to a variety of specialized applications such as SPSS, Mathematica, Microsoft Word, and many more. University students and faculty can access the software from any PC or Mac, on and off campus.
umBlog also known as blogs.memphis.edu provides a place for users to share experiences, reflect on activities, and publish student creative works through written posts, pictures, videos, links, and comments. It belongs to you and you have the power to make it whatever you choose.
umDrive is a web-based file sharing service that gives you a personal place to store papers, assignments, projects, and other files.
University sponsored web conferencing tool with Adobe Connect.
University-supported wiki service for faculty, staff, and students.
The University of Memphis Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides secure access to restricted University data on any off-campus computer.
Wireless access to the internet is available in most buildings and outdoor spaces on campus.
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