Classroom Technologies

Explore these options for integrating technology into your classroom!
Learn how to attend a class using the web conferencing platform Adobe Connect.
Adobe Connect (also known as eClass Live) is a video conferencing software licensed by the University of Alberta to be used by staff for online courses and meetings.
Blendspace is a digital learning platform for teachers to access various resources and create bundled and interactive lessons. Why use it? Easily create and collect web resources; integrate online content (such as videos and images) with a...
Google Classroom is an LMS created and managed by Google.Why to use it:Integrates with other Google services and apps, allowing for easy integration of Docs, Sheets, and the like, and works with your Google accountEasy to use with a low learning...
Google Drawing lets you create and share diagrams and drawings online. Because Google Drawing is a feature of Google Drive, anyone with a University of Alberta CCID can access it through their ualberta account.
iClickers are easy-to-use interactive devices that can help engage students in the classroom. Resources below provide more information.
The Quick Response Code (QR Code) is a type of two-dimensional bar code. These codes resemble strange-looking crossword puzzles. You can now find them on posters, websites, billboards and other promotional materials.  Most QR Codes link to...
SMART boards are interactive whiteboards created by SMART Technologies. By combining a display with a touch screen and connecting to a computer the SMART board acts like a giant tablet. Why to use it: Allows for the functionality of a...