Classroom Technology

Classroom Technology

Classroom Audiovisual Technology

All generally scheduled classrooms are equipped with standard classroom technology that is maintained and refreshed by ITS. These classrooms are controlled by a touch panel on the teaching station, which gives the user full control over all audiovisual features in the classroom.

 

Examsoft

Examsoft is a software for creating, administering, and analyzing assessments. Exams are taken offline while locking access to other applications on the computer. Examsoft also provides an extensive range of reports, and rubrics and iPad apps are available as add-on features. 

Note: Currently only the School of Pharmacy has a license to use Examsoft.

HuskyCT

HuskyCT is the University of Connecticut’s learning management system. It can be used to supplement face-to-face instruction or to deliver complete courses via the web through a web browser. ITS provides faculty and staff with class site setup and content restoration. HuskyCT - Tools & Features

 

iClicker

iClicker is a system which allows instructors to poll students in class. Students use either clickers or the smartphone application to answer and instructors can then view individual answers or overall distributions of the class’s answers.

 

Kaltura

Kaltura is a cloud-based media capture and storage application.  This application is integrated with our classrooms and Husky CT, the University’s learning management system. Kaltura provides instructors with the capability to record their lectures in enabled classrooms and using their personal computers.

 

Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere is an app, which instructors can use to poll students during class. Students can answer in class real-time via phone, Twitter, or web browsers.

 

REEF Polling by iClicker

REEF Polling is the mobile classroom response system that allows students to use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to vote in class.

 

WePresent

WePresent is a wireless presentation device that allows instructors to share content from their Apple device using AirPlay, Google device using Chrome Cast, and Windows machines and Android devices using the Mirror Op application.