The following new online tools are available for experimentation and implementation, with limited support. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information on these tools. If you feel strongly about the usage of any of these tools, please encourage others to also experiment so that if the demand is high enough, we will strive to have these technologies integrated into our fully supported Service Catalogue.
Custom tools to manage Canvas via scripting. For more information, please visit capico.ubc.ca.
CLAS (Collaborative Learning Annotation System) is a specialized online media player for recording, sharing, annotating, and commenting on videos. Annotations and comments for the videos are timeline-based, so students and instructors can leave feedback exactly where it applies. For detailed overview see https://clas.ubc.ca/.
Crowdmark is an online collaborative grading platform that enables educators to evaluate student work more effectively. See Learning Technology Hub resources for more information.
NVivo is one of the leading computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) packages, and is now available for both PC and Mac operating systems. UBC IT covers the cost of NVivo software for faculty and staff at UBC (see UBC IT website for details).
PeerWise is an online repository of multiple-choice questions that are created, answered, rated and discussed by students. UBC is a partner and is registered as a school.