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Canvas (by Instructure) is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) that is currently used by more than 700 colleges and universities. Canvas is the LMS at the University of Nebraska, all four campuses (UNK, UNL, UNMC, UNO) are using Canvas for teaching and learning.
MyPLAN (My Personal Learning and Advising Network) provides a convenient way for students to communicate with faculty and staff. Students can schedule with instructors and advising support staff as well as search through available campus resources
Information Technology Services Learning Spaces offers full support for Student Response Systems.
Zoom is a cloud-based, web collaboration service that connects multiple conference rooms and remote users for online classes, meetings and group projects.
Mobius Assessment is an easy-to-use web-based system for creating tests and assignments, and automatically assessing student responses and performance.
Turnitin provides instructors with a web-based plagiarism detection service to identify suspected acts of plagiarism. As an available tool within Canvas, the application checks submitted documents against its database and websites to identify unoriginal content. It can also be used in formative assessment to help students learn to avoid plagiarism and improve their writing.
The UNL One Button Studio is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any prior video production knowledge. The design of the studio allows you to create high quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to have your VidGrid account active before using the OBS. All videos will be available in your account after recording.
Light Board is a transparent board using LED lights and neon markers enabling faculty to make face-to-face interactive presentations for use for recordings and in-class lectures.
Digital Measures Activity Insight™ is a secure, reliable web-based tool for faculty to manage their research, teaching, and service activities.
The Holland Computing Center (HCC) has significant resources in two locations: the Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) at Omaha and the Schorr Center at UNL. Personnel are located in each location to assist users, engage students and researchers, and maintain systems.
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