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Course Collaboration

In addition to the services offered by CIT, there are a number of collaboration services specifically tailored to support Cornell's academic and research missions. 

This article applies to: Collaboration Tools


Labs & Instructional Resources
Computer labs for the Cornell community in several locations around campus.

Audio/Video Hosting for Courses
This service enables instructor to use audio and video file in their teaching. Audio and video files are uploaded to a storage system via a Blackboard course, and the material is automatically compressed and linked.

Classroom Polling (iClicker)
Polling allows instructors to quickly ask a question and instantly receive responses from each student during class.  Polling is used in class while presenting course material.

Course Management (Blackboard)
Blackboard is a web-based course management system that makes it easy for instructors to manage materials distribution, assignments, communications, and other aspects of instruction for their courses.

Electronic Lab Notebooks (LabArchives)
LabArchives is an electronic lab notebook used to store, organize, share, and publish laboratory data. It can be used for research and teaching.

Lecture Capture 
There are different options for recording single lectures or entire courses including MediaSitePanopto, and VideoNote.

Survey Tool (Qualtrics)
Cornell provides a survey tool, Qualtrics, for use at no cost by Cornell faculty, staff, students, and retirees. Users can create and distribute their own surveys and gather information in support of the university's educational mission and organizational goals.

Classroom Technology Consulting and Support

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Thursday, January 12, 2017 - 11:02pm

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