Here at TILT, we support many educational technologies that you can use within your courses, both on-campus and online. With the digital world changing constantly, we are always searching for new and innovative platforms to enhance the learning experience.
Below is a list of some of the platforms we support. To learn more about each platform and watch video tutorials, click on the images provided.
Lightweight video creation and distribution platform. VidGrid allows users to create quick and easy videos to be placed directly within Blackboard.
An online social learning community that can be used directly within Blackboard. Has a modern, familiar feel that is similar to Facebook but more structured and course friendly.
Easily bring in virtual guest lecturers, run virtual office hours, and promote team meetings for study groups and virtual projects.
A exam creation tool that allow you to create your exams within Akindi, print them out for your students to take in-person, and then scan them into Akindi to be graded.
Packback is an AI-supported online discussion platform that enables curiosity-based student discussion while utilizing an automated feedback system through the use of algorithms.
E-learning content authoring tool. Users can create fully interactive lessons featuring games, multimedia, and assessments.
Annotation helps in reading comprehension and in developing critical thinking about course materials. Hypothesis enables students to continue this essential activity with online readings.
Bridges the gap between real-time discussions and standard video lectures or online presentations. Users can create, share, and comment on presentations, videos, and more.
A version of the popular blogging platform, WordPress, this allows for instructors to create secure learning communities for their students to collaborate with others.
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