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Every instructor is evaluated by students using the institution-wide Student Perception of Teaching (SPOT) questionnaire.
You may upload media content to the ITS Flash media server via TealVision.
UNCW's learning management system - Blackboard Learn - is hosted at UNCW. For more information: Visit the Blackboard Learn site
eContent is, generally, any text or media based information that is available in a digitally encoded, human-comprehendible format and presented by electronic means. More on eContent
Created by Apple, iTunesU runs on the iTunes interface and is designed to provide content delivery for institutions of higher education worldwide. Virtually any course content can be displayed on the iTunes U site for faculty, staff and students to download and access from any Internet-connected computer (PC or Mac) running the iTunes application. More on Podcasting and iTunes U
Respondus is a software used to create exams and publish them directly to one or more courses in Blackboard. With Respondus, MS Word files can be imported, and questions can be previewed before they are sent to the courses. UNCW has a campus-wide license, and the software can be downloaded and installed on an office or home computer and used for university purposes only.
- More information and video demos available on the Respondus website
- To request a software download, contact the Technology Assistance Center.
Need to get your Scantron bubble sheets scanned? Bring your sheets and a key with the correct answers to Computer Operations in Hoggard Hall, room 234. You can drop off your sheets and return later to pick them up. We suggest that you allow at least an hour for turnaround, especially during peak times, like exam week.
- Location: Hoggard Hall, 234
- Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Questions? Call 910-962-2007
Second Life is a free, online virtual world where people can interact with one another as well as objects (i.e., cars, animals, etc.) and virtual environments. This virtual world is a persistent world, which means it continues to exist even when you are not logged into it. Second Life has its own virtual economy (Linden dollars) and self sustaining rules and regulations. More details on Second Life and how to get started at the Office of e-Learning's website.
Select Survey is a Web-based survey tool available to faculty and staff for creating public questionnaires or surveys. Questions and answers are created via an easy-to-use Web page, and data can be exported at any time. More details on getting started with Select Survey.
Every instructor is evaluated by students using the institution-wide Student Perception of Teaching (SPOT) questionnaire. For more information, see the SPOT FAQs.
The TealVision interface allows faculty to upload media content to the ITS Flash media server. This content can either be protected (by requiring UNCW authentication) or public for anyone to see.