Supported tools and technologies
Filter tools or technologies by category, or search using a variety of keywords (e.g. video storage, Google Docs, plagiarism detection). Contact the Office of Digital Learning (email@example.com) for inquiries related to tools and technologies that may not be listed.
Ally accessibility checker
Blackboard Ally is the integrated accessibility checker in WebCampus. Ally provides guidance with icon indicators in the course for the level of accessibility for files (WCAG 2.0 level A and AA). Additionally, it provides more accessible versions of files in the course.
Camtasia is a video editing, production and screen recording platform that is available to academic faculty by request. Camtasia allows you to combine, trim and layer multiple tracks of video, audio, closed captioning and special effects. It is often utilized in conjunction with PowerPoint to create polished lecture recordings and instructional videos that can be reused from semester to semester.
iPads (Digital Wolf Pack Initiative)
Information on the iPads provided through the Digital Wolfpack Initiative program.
Kaltura Capture is a screen recording tool available through the My Media and Kaltura tools found in WebCampus.
My Media (Kaltura)
My Media is the video storage and sharing platform that is integrated into WebCampus.
The University of Nevada, Reno has adopted Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor as our online proctoring service provider to ensure the academic integrity of online exams.
PointSolutions by Echo360 is the supported Student Response System (SRS) platform at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Turnitin is the integrated plagiarism detection tool for the learning management system.
Video Quizzes (Kaltura)
Kaltura Video Quizzes introduce an interactive element to video and allow quiz questions to be embedded at specific points in a video.
Learn how to produce voice-over-PowerPoint recorded presentations.
WebCampus, powered by Canvas is the University of Nevada, Reno's Learning Management System.
Zoom is the University's instructional web conferencing platform.