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Blue is a course evaluation system by eXplorance. Tufts began moving to the Blue system in Summer 2016.
Store, access, and share content securely at Tufts and beyond. (Similar to: Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive)
Learning management system that provides a collaborative space for course content, assignments, and grading.
A digital platform which allows for the addition of a conversation layer over the entire web that works everywhere
Communicate online via instant messaging and group chat. (Similar to Google Chat, Facebook Messenger, MS Teams, Slack)
A one-stop search for Tufts library holdings, including books, e-books, videos, images, articles, and digital media.
Quickly capture video from your computer screen, webcam, or both and upload to your Canvas course site. (Formerly CaptureSpace Lite)
Create, upload, organize, and distribute video, audio, and other media for use in Canvas course sites.
A suite of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email software that is available for free to Tufts students, faculty, and staff.
Communicate and collaborate online via instant messaging, voice, and discussion channels.
O'Reilly Online Learning is an e-reference library housing a collection of technical books, videos, case studies, and interactive tools for…
Tufts students, faculty, and staff can access most university software remotely for teaching, learning, research, and general-purpose needs. This…
Provides students with course registration, course catalogs and schedules, financial aid information, grades and transcripts, and more.
Develop your personal and professional skills with training programs offered to Tufts employees.
On-demand learning with access to thousands of constantly updated courses online.
Visual Classrooms is a classroom response system that allows students to interact individually and in groups using whiteboards, multi-media and…
Post video and audio files to spark discussion and collaboration among students.
Create private collaborative websites that can be edited and maintained online by multiple users (Similar to: Wikipedia). Wikis can be made…
Create simple websites—ideal for blogs, portfolios, and projects. (Similar to: Drupal, Google Sites, Medium, Squarespace)
Tufts recommended and supported tool to host and attend audio and video conferences, presentations, and meetings. (Similar to Webex, Skype, Google…