Learning Tools

+ Assessment
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Cerego: Interactive, Self-Paced Assessments

Cerego is a free, self-paced study aid for students that allows instructors to share existing course materials with their students or create their own.  To get started with Cerego, visit their website. Check out Cerego’s channel on YouTube. (You’ll notice if you turn on closed captions their name is changed to “Sarah go.” This is […]


+ Classroom Response Systems
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iClicker Resource Center

Classroom Response Systems, also know as “audience response system”, have been used on UT Austin campus for almost 2o years. As of 2017, iClicker is the only system with a physical clicker. All of the other systems you may have heard of are web-based and can be accessed on mobile devices.  The iClicker system is […]


+ Collaboration
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Canvas: Collaborations

220 – Collaborations from Canvas LMS on Vimeo. Related Posts:Using Canvas ConferencesHow to Get Students Talking, Setting Their Own GoalsHow to Manage a Dominant StudentHow to Set Up a Gmail AccountCreate Audio Recordings Using the Canvas Rich Content EditorCreate Short Videos Using the Canvas Rich Content Editor


+ Communication
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UTmail is a Google Account

Did you know that your UTmail account, name@utexas.edu, is a UT-sanctioned gmail account?


+ Peer Review
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Canvas: Peer Review

  Canvas has a built-in Peer Review Feature that works well. Here’s a tutorial on how to create a Peer Review Assignment in Canvas, but you can find more resources about Peer Review in Instructure’s Guides. Tech Tip: When setting up a Peer Review Assignment, some instructors use the Due Date (1) for the assignment […]