Faculty Resources

The Department of Instructional Technology supports a wide array of products.  Click on the product name to learn more:

Click here to read more about the 2018 migration from Blackboard Learn to Canvas.

Instructure-Canvas

TechSmith Relay

Grammarly

Faculty Training Workshops

Access to Canvas and other instructional technology products.

Faculty members have access to a wide range of instructional technology products. Access to some products such as Canvas, TechSmith Relay, and TechSmith Studio is granted after a faculty member has attended a faculty development training workshop.

Faculty development training workshops are offered throughout the semester.  The faculty resources workshops page provides a catalog of available workshops.

Teaching and Learning Center.

The TLC is created by faculty for faculty.  The TLC fosters a safe place for faculty to share ideas and learn new techniques to enhance teaching and learning in their classrooms.  The TLC page provides additional information and resources.

TechSmith Relay faculty resources:

  • TechSmith Relay is a lecture capture at its finest and easiest.  Record lectures over Power Point or over any desktop application.  Launch Relay, record, click submit and in a short period of time you get a web link to your recording.  To request an account in Relay, please contact Jacob Mills at millsj@hsu.edu.
  • TechSmith Studio builds on the Relay platform.  Studio is for faculty members who wish to handcraft their video presentations.  Studio provides a wealth of easy to use editing tools.  Mix video, audio, and graphics into a seamless production.  Push the finished recording into Relay.  Post the finished web link in your online course.  For information about Studio, please contact George Finkle at finkleg@hsu.edu.
  • TechSmith Fuse is an APP that you can use on your mobile phone.  Launch Fuse to make on-the-fly classroom recordings.  The sky is the limit.  Fuse will publish through Relay.  Fuse is included in the account training with Relay.

Grammarly faculty resources:

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