This page includes a compilation of the most frequently accessed resources by UH faculty and staff.
Ed Tech Tools
- Free Tech for Learning – Here is a curated resource by ISTE and EdSurge for free educational technology tools for learning. You can use the left-hand menu to filter your desired criteria. Make sure to select “PostSecondary” and “Adult Learning” to filter tools for higher education.
- Google@UH Productivity Tools
- Apps for recording (Loom, Screencast-O-Matic, Snagit)
Faculty Sharing & Resources
Below are several Padlet forums that have been created around themed topics (e.g., Building Empathy and Strengthening Online Community, Online Assessments, STEM Resource for Remote Instruction, Tools & Resources Exchange, etc). Scroll to the right to see more Padlets. Please feel free to contribute your own resources and tips as well to these Padlets!
Popular Tech Tools
If you are interested in integrating third-party tools or add-ons into your online or hybrid course, here are some tips:
Don't see your tool on the UH ITS Reviewed Instructional Third Party Online Tools or Microservices (Widgets) for Faculty list?
Below are some commonly used educational technology tools that faculty use in their courses. Select the dropdown menu next to the Search Bar to filter the tools by category.
- Knowledge Check
- Screen Recording
- Student Engagement
- Web Conferencing
You probably have heard about this tool by now and are using this web conferencing tool for your online courses.
This free screen recording tool is great to use to record short video clips of your feedback to your students' assessments.
This free video forum tool is great to use to build an online learning community by having your students reflect and interact with each other, and you, via short video clips.
Use this free digital board (you can create up to 3) in your course for student interaction. Students can upload videos, images, audio clips, presentations, text, etc.
This free screen recording tool and plugin lets you screen recording videos of your feedback on assessments easily. Keep in mind that there is no built in closed captioning as of yet.