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Overview of supported tools for teaching and a comparison table of synchronous and asynchronous software.
Learn the basics of getting started with Echo360 Lecture Capture. Faculty need to register for the "Getting Started" workshop to obtain their user account. Echo360 is cloud based (accessed in your browser) it supports the creation of lecture videos and promotes active learning.
Zoom is a cloud-based video communication tool offered as a paid subscription and is not currently a University-wide solution. Zoom is best used for synchronous online meetings featuring screen sharing, webcam, polling, and chat. The features available depend on the account type.
Microsoft Whiteboard is a freeform digital canvas that can be accessed from the O365 app launcher (waffle). It is best used on touchscreen devices; pen, touch, and a mouse can be used. Any faculty that write during their lectures can use the Microsoft Whiteboard app. for ease of writing. For ease of writing, it is best used with a touch-enabled device and a stylus.