Desire2Learn (D2L) is an online learning platform used to deliver online courses and enhance traditional, face-to face and hybrid/blended courses. D2L provides "anytime, anywhere" access to course materials, such as syllabi, readings, and multi-media files, as well as course tools such as electronic dropboxes, eportfolios, online quizzes, and grades.
Respondus products, including Respondus CampusWide, LockDown Browser, and StudyMate, offer instructors a variety of tools for assessment in their courses.
The Turnitin product suite is a well-recognized, online system for evaluating student work and discouraging plagiarism in an academic setting. Turnitin products include Originality Check, GradeMark, and PeerMark.
ePortfolio is a personal portfolio tool for storing, organizing, reflecting on and sharing items that represent your learning.
ICIT provides design, engineering and support for all things technology within UW-Whitewater's instructional spaces.
Quality Matters is an instructor-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality level of online and blended courses.
The D2L eGrading process allows instructors to transfer final grades from their D2L gradebook to their WINS Grade Roster with just a few mouse clicks.
A Student Response System (SRS) is a wireless response system that allows faculty to integrate question slides into their PowerPoint presentations or to pose stand-alone questions. At UW-Whitewater, we use TurningPoint software from Turning Technologies LLC as our SRS.
A wiki is a user friendly instant web-publishing system. It allows multiple users to easily collaborate on the same online document and keeps track of changes to pages. It also allows you to easily go back to old versions and compare different revisions.
The Learning Technology Center (LTC) offers video recording and media production services for instructional use. Video and audio can be recorded in our professional studio or on location at campus venues. Media production and recording services are available to instructors.
The following items are available at no cost (not including late fees): Audio & Video Recorders, Microphones, Amplification, Projection, Drawing Tablet
Integrated Course Listing allows campus community and online visitors to browse a complete list of UW-Whitewater course offerings, with detailed information, including catalog descriptions, meeting times, and syllabi.
UW-Whitewater campus has several locations, including classrooms, conference rooms, and collaboratories, equipped with a variety of SMART products.
The Learning Technology Center offers instructional technology consulting for all faculty and staff at UW-Whitewater. Whether you need suggestions for video conferencing, D2L, Respondus, or assistance transferring your media from VHS to streaming, we are here to serve you.
Textbooks are digital textbooks your students can use for either online or face-to-face courses.
Google Apps for Education provides free access to Google applications (Google Drive, Docs, Spreadsheets, Sites, etc) which allows users to easily share and collaborate on documents in the cloud.
With Virtual Lab, you can access the software image offered in the General Access Labs remotely from your own computer whenever and wherever you are computing with high-speed internet connection.
All UW-Whitewater employees and students now have access to lynda.com, which teaches the latest software, creative, and business skills through high-quality online instructional videos featuring recognized industry experts.
With the 4U program, UW-Whitewater students and employees are able to take advantage of great savings by using their university discount with vendors.
The Learning Technology Center is a faculty technology development and support center with dedicated staff and student assistants to serve the instructional technology needs of the faculty and instructional staff both in the classroom and in online courses.
Events Calendar is a convenient online service that lists many campus events in one online location for easier planning.