What's New for 2019-2020
The campus conversion from Blackboard to Canvas is well underway with more than 2,300 courses being offered in the new LMS this fall. There are many ways to help make the process of developing and running a Canvas course as streamlined, accessible, and interactive as possible. To learn more about how to make the most out of the LMS, whether it’s to get started, get help, or register for training, visit UC.EDU/CETL/Canvas .
Kaltura's video creation tool (Kaltura CaptureSpace) was replaced by a new and improved tool called Kaltura Capture. Please discontiunue using Kaltura CaptureSpace if it is on your computer. More information about downloading Kaltura Capture and how to use it can be found on the video tools page. Learn more about Kaltura Capture.
Turnitin will be live fall semester in Canvas!
Turnitin, an anti-plagarism tool, will be available in the university's new learning management system Canvas. Learn more about Canvas.
UC Smartbooks, powered by Redshelf
UC Smartbooks will now be powered by Redshelf instead of VitalSource. All e-textbooks offered through the bookstore will be delivered through Redshelf beginning this fall.
Follow the links below for helpful information.
Lynda.com is becoming LinkedIn Learning on September 5th!
If you've logged into Lynda.com, be on the lookout for an invitation from LinkedIn Learning to log on to the new system. You'll get access to all the same great content but with more personalized recommedations and the ability to link your learning to your LinkedIn profile. Coming September 5, 2019.
TurningPoint now uses central login service.
Users should use their full (email@example.com) email addressses when logging in. Once you enter your email address in the desktop app, you will be presented with the familiar Central Login page.
Welcome to IT@UC learning technology services.
The following services and tools support eLearning, enhanced learning through technology. Most classes at UC utilize some component of eLearning, including face-to-face, fully online courses, and blended and hybrid courses.