|TeamUp for Staff and Students|
TeamUp is a collaboration and communication tool that allows you to chat, exchange messages, links and files with members in your teams. Public channels, private groups, and 1-1 private messages can be used to keep conversations relevant. Messages, chats and threaded discussions can coexist anytime in TeamUp and all replies to messages are threaded so that communication can easily be followed. For large teams, you can set up smaller private groups. Communication can be anytime and anywhere. TeamUp can be accessed via the web, and desktop and mobile apps exist for most platforms. The key features for TeamUp:-
To use TeamUp for your course, please access this service at https://teamupstu.nus.edu.sg.
|Digital Assessments with ExamSoft|
You can now conduct your continuous assessments, small and high-stakes examinations online using a service provided by CIT called ExamSoft.
ExamSoft enables NUS staff to conduct DIY (do-it-yourself) proctored digital assessments on students' own notebooks inside an open or closed-book secure environment. The students' familiarity with their own devices allows them to concentrate on the assessment rather than the mode of assessment.
ExamSoft manages all aspects of the assessment (delivery, attempt and submission of answer scripts) ensuring security and integrity are maintained throughout the duration of the assessment. At the highest security level, this includes blocking access to external programs, local files and internet during the duration of the digital assessments. NUS staff can choose to receive detailed student performance analytics once the assessment is completed.
To get more information on Digital Assessments, kindly refer to: https://wiki.nus.edu.sg/display/DA/Staff.
|Zoom for Web Conferencing|
CIT will be replacing its web conferencing software called WebEx with Zoom.
Zoom is a web conferencing tool that unifies video conferencing, online meetings, and collaboration in an easy to use platform. Zoom's extensive features, compatibility with desktop and mobile devices and boardroom conferencing systems allow participants to have a rich web conferencing experience with both NUS and external users.
Zoom allows you to conduct online meetings and trainings with high definition (HD) video and audio and a full suite of collaboration tools, screen sharing features and breakout rooms.
If you intend to schedule regular remote meetings, conferencing sessions, virtual classrooms or training webinars, then Zoom can meet your needs. For more information on this service, please refer to this link: https://wiki.nus.edu.sg/display/cit/Zoom.
WebEx will expire on 31st March 2018.
|Centre for Instructional Technology|
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CIT will be organizing workshops on ‘How to run Digital Assessments using ExamSoft’ for continuous assessments and examinations.
To better understand the NUS Digital Assessments environment, please visit cit.nus.edu.sg/digital-assessments/.
For interested parties, please register for the workshop sessions at https://goo.gl/CKdQts.
CIT will be organizing a seminar on using Panopto to support the creation of blended learning courses and flipped classroom materials. Panopto can be used to record, manage, edit and share video files.
An overview of this seminar and how to register can be accessed at Panopto Seminar Registration.
CIT has acquired a license to use Zoom. Zoom supports video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars across mobile, desktop, and room systems. Zoom Rooms is the original software-based conference room solution used around the world in board, conference, huddle, and training rooms, as well as executive offices and classrooms.
It is compatible with desktop and mobile devices and H.323 room system, allowing participants to have a rich web conferencing experiences with both NUS and external users.
For more information, please visit wiki.nus.edu.sg/display/cit/Zoom.