This curated list of technology tools can help you identify the right tool for specific teaching tasks.
Use the table below to identify tools that may be appropriate for your next online, hybrid, or face-to-face courses. Visit our Technology Tool Library for more information on each tool listed here.
|Setting up your online course for the first time
CTLT instructional designers develop templates according to UWF quality guidelines. Using a template makes it easier to build quality courses right away.
Valuable student support resources are included in CTLT course templates.
|Canvas Tools and LTIs
|There are several valuable and engaging tools provided in Canvas.
|Use emails or Canvas announcements to stay in touch with students.
|Teaching with Panopto
|Lectures can be pre-recorded using Panopto and/or PowerPoint.
|Teaching with Zoom
|You can also hold live meetings/lectures with students using Zoom. Be sure to record any sessions for those who cannot attend and share recordings with the entire class.
|Maintaining Teacher / Student Connections Online
Canvas and Panopto
|Instructors can create teacher and student presence in online classes using simple strategies.
|Upload and share links to your course materials using cloud storage options.
|Sharing Learning Materials in Canvas
|Maintain Academic Integrity
Respondus Lockdown Browser
|UWF provides many options to help maintain academic integrity in the online environment.
|Assess Your Students
Canvas provides several ways to assess students with quizzes, discussions, and file submissions.
To grade student submissions and leave student feedback, utilize Speedgrader.
To enter or adjust student grades, use the Gradebook.
|Access UWF Resources
Online Student Support
Students can still access specialized software and library resources when they aren't physically on campus.
Provide a link to online student support resources during the sudden change in modality.
|Other Tools to help with remote work
|Tools that will help faculty work remotely.
|Canvas provides options for students who require accommodations.