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Adobe Connect Pro is used for real-time meetings enhanced with interactive presentations and discussion capabilities. It combines existing learning content with real-time interactivity between presenters and students for engaging collaborative teaching and learning experiences. The presenters can use PowerPoint slides, live and recorded video, Flash animations, live screen-sharing, audio, and two-way text chat to deliver more effective presentations.
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Articulate Presenter allows faculty to deliver PowerPoint content to students online and at a distance. Presenter lets users, with little technical experience, create flash media presentations that integrate narration with a standard PowerPoint presentation.
Blackboard is the main course management system used by FHSU.
Dyknow is a type of educational software designed to engage students in learning and increase collaboration with the instructor and other students in a pen-enabled environment. It can also be used on a laptop or desktop with limited functionalities.
iTunes U is a hosted service for Fort Hays faculty, staff & students that provides easy access to your educational content, including lectures and interviews 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Online Survey System is a flexible web-based application for creating surveys and forms. With only a standard web browser, the system enables you to build and deploy powerful web-based surveys and forms.
Respondus software is a powerful tool for creating and managing assessments that can be printed to paper or published directly to a Blackboard course.
Respondus Lockdown Browser provides a locked testing environment within Blackboard courses. Students are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications.