Teaching and Learning
Some teaching and learning tools belong to the Clemson Online group, but CCIT still supports specific teaching and learning technologies.
Technology Services staff design, install, maintain and support technology enhanced classrooms across the Clemson University campus. Newer classrooms are designed to incorporate recent technologies, and our staff perform all equipment installation to meet our quality standards. Older classrooms are regularly serviced. Meanwhile, Technology Services staff address any requests for repairs or reported problems with these classrooms all over campus.
Technology enhanced classrooms all provide a projector and laptop connections. They may also provide a combination of the following equipment as well:
For more information, email ITHELP@clemson.edu
Kaltura is Clemson's enterprise video hosting solution (i.e. Clemson's YouTube or the new Ensemble). Available in Canvas and as a standalone tool, Kaltura is a video content management system that allows Clemson users to create or upload video files on the web and easily share them with others. Kaltura supports multiple media formats (i.e. mp4, AVI, FLV, MOV, etc.) and provides flexible video content authoring, publishing, and sharing.
CCIT provides videoconferencing broadcasts that allow for 2-way voice and video connections over the Internet (IP). Videoconferencing gives faculty and students the ability to interact in a virtual classroom.
The Learning Management System (LMS) offers instructors a set of tools to deliver part or all of a course online and enhances presentation of class materials. LMS also provides functionality for faculty and students to share important class documents, such as a syllabus, handouts and lecture notes, host online discussions, post a calendar with assignment due dates and exam schedules, broadcast class announcements, collect and return assignments online, allow students to check their grades online, and more.
All Services (a-z)