The simplest ways to conduct tutorial sessions online is via IVLE chat rooms (live) or IVLE discussion forums (asynchronous). However, you may want a more dynamic and interactive environment to conduct your lessons. This is where web conferencing is useful.
Assoc. Prof. Eleanor Wong, Director of the Legal Skills Programme at the NUS Law School shares how she used Google Docs to aid in improving her students' writing.
Camtasia Relay is now available to all lecturers for your screen recording needs. Screen recording, also known as screencasting, allows you to record your computer desktop as well as your audio narration. Anything which can be displayed on your computer screen can be recorded.
OED, CRISP and CIT have collaborated with Gothere.sg to provide an interactive map of NUS. Find out about the map features on the Gothere.sg blog, and start exploring the NUS campus.
CIT introduces Screen Recording for all teaching staff. You can now record what is displayed on your computer desktop while you provide audio commentary. This allows you to create a video of a lecture presentation or software demonstration from your Windows or Mac computer, on campus or at home.