iHomework is an app that allows students to organize, track and manage course assignments, readings, quizzes, exams, and other graded or required items. This app allows you to store instructor contact information along with office hours as well as course information such as meeting days and times. Graded or required... more ».
Resources to help find tools & software
There are several ways to access video content from PowerPoint 2007. This easy to follow guide created by Cliotech (a.k.a., Jennifer Carrier Dorman) shows the three ways to embed media. The author has included active hyperlinks to www.atomiclearning.com, but access to that content is not free. However, the "how to"... more ».
Final Cut Express (Version 4) is Apple's intermediate digital video editing software. It is the "little brother" of Apple's Final Cut Pro software that is used to produce motion pictures. However, it offers more advanced features than Apple iMovie. Some advantages offered are the ability to work with multiple audio... more ».
Windows Movie Maker is Microsoft's free digital video software that is part of the Vista (or XP or Windows 7) operating system. It will allow you (or your students) to create videos in a non-linear manner. Microsoft provides a useful online resource to help those new to Movie Maker. The... more ».
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) offers a new initiative called UTools. They strive to provide the University community with the lowest priced software options possible. They recommend this evolving Delicious-based list of free or low cost open-source and shareware tools. They work closely with University faculty, staff, and students... more ».
The University of Minnesota Office of Information Technology maintains an up-to-date database of where particular software can be accessed through computers on campus. This resource lets you find any available computer program on campus. You can search for computers by location, software, platform, and software version.... more ».