Ed Tech Tools
On this page you will find resources for commonly used educational technology tools. For more information on these tools contact Gwyn Shelle at email@example.com.
Camtasia lets you record a video of what’s on your computer screen that can be used for recorded lectures, how-to videos, or demonstrations. You can also use Camtasia to edit Zoom recordings or video taken with a mobile device.
Cost: $171 for PC version through the MSU Computer Store https://cstore.msu.edu/
Desire2Learn is a learning management system that staff can use to create online courses to support their programming. Programming options include fully online, blended (online and face-to-face), or supplement to face-to-face programming. Instructors can post documents, online lectures, interactive online activities, assessments and evaluations.
Cost: Free to staff and participants
Instructor Manual: Desire2Learn Instructor Training Guide
Student Manual: Desire2Learn Student Training Guide
FileDepot is a convenient and simple way to transfer files within Michigan State University or with colleagues outside the university.
MediaSpace is an online tool that allows Michigan State University faculty, staff, and students to host and share audio and video files at no cost.
Zoom is a cloud-based platform for video and audio conferencing, mobile collaboration, and simple online meetings.
Cost: Free for basic account (unlimited time and up to 50 participants)