A range of resources for teaching and research exists for Tufts faculty both through Academic Technology (AT) and through other Tufts support services. These resources include access to web-based software, tools and databases, as well as assistance with digitizing course materials and holding teleconferences with other Tufts' campuses. Whether at AT, one of the Tufts libraries, or school-based media resource centers, faculty should be able to find the help they need to accomplish their teaching and research goals.
UIT training and documentation, ITS, School of Medicine Educational Affairs
Available and Experimental Tools
ActiveWorlds, Blackboard, Blogs, Computer-Assisted Language Testing, Classroom Response System, ePorfolio, Spark, Tufts University Sciences Knowledgebase, Sakai, VUE, WebBoard, WebDiver, Wikis
Artifact, Boston Subsurface Project, ConStats, EcoLinkUp, Interactive Lecture Demonstrations, Internet 2, IRN, Neurologic Examination, Perseus Digital Library, Tufts Digital Library, Usability Lab
Art History Photo Services, Digital Collection and Archives Services, EdMedia, School of Veterinary Medicine, Grafton Media Services, TCCS Videoconferencing Scheduling