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Some software at Cornell is acquired through software licenses that are managed by the university. Some of these software licenses enable all faculty, staff, or students to use the software at no cost. Others limit who is eligible to use the software or have a fee. Each licensed product has its...Read more

Video and audio recording services are available to instructors on a limited basis at no charge for instructional uses. Instructional uses are defined as those activities associated with a course listed in the University course roster.

Audio / Video services for courses include:...Read more

Faculty Center and Advisor Center are accessed from the same url. You will need your Network ID and password to access the site. If you are a faculty member or instructor affiliated with a class, you will see the Faculty Center tab. If you are an advisor or graduate committee member, you will...Read more

Electronic portfolios (ePortfolios) are online portfolios that provide an online showcase of student progress and activity while providing an opportunity for reflection on the learning process and individual achievements. Learn more about Cornell'...Read more

Electronic Lab Notebook software can be used by students and researchers for organizing laboratory data, saving historical versions of files, sharing information, and collaborating with others. It is used for various types of laboratories, including engineering, chemistry, biology, and more....Read more

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. Power Point or KeyNote are popular choices, but any method of presenting course content can be used – MS Word documents...Read more

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. This service is available at no cost and is supported for use by all faculty and instructors...Read more

Turnitin is plagiarism detection software that scans student work for matched text by comparing the work to a large database of student work, publications, and materials on the Internet. The Turnitin service is available through an interface built in to Cornell's Blackboard Learning Management...Read more

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....Read more

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