The Language Center offers support for various tools that can help facilitate both instruction and communication. Instructional technology that we currently support is listed below.
As we familiarize ourselves with new and different technology, this site will be updated, so check back often.
Kaltura Personal Capture (also referred to as Kaltura Capture) desktop recorder is an application that enables easy screen capture and video creation anywhere by anyone.
Getting Started With Kaltura Capture: https://canvas.rutgers.edu/documentation/external-apps/kaltura-personal-capture/
Kaltura User Guide: https://knowledge.kaltura.com/help/kaltura-capture---user-guide
Prezi is a presentation software that uses motion, zoom, and spatial relationships to bring your ideas to life.
VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Great for facilitating discussion in an online class.
For more information: https://voicethread.com/
TLT's VoiceThread webpage: https://canvas.rutgers.edu/external-apps/voicethread/
Wikipage from VoiceThread TAP Workshop: https://bit.ly/2RTnn1Z
VoiceThread Webinars: https://voicethread.com/workshops/
Cisco Webex is a real-time video, voice, and chat communications software platform. It enables users to host and participate in virtual meetings with two or more people securely from anywhere with a reliable internet connection. Webex offers high-definition video, screen sharing, in-meeting chat, voice calling, document sharing and virtual whiteboard collaboration. Webex can be used in conjunction with Cisco codecs (camera systems for meeting and classroom spaces) as well as through a web browser, desktop app, or mobile device app.