For information on classroom delivery modes, please visit the following:
- Classroom Delivery: Teaching and Technology Resources
- Virtual Classroom Delivery: Teaching and Technology Resources
- Online or Asynchronous Delivery: Teaching and Technology Resources
Additional Brightspace Resources
- Brightspace for Instructors Course – Customized for and open to all Chatham faculty. Covers getting started, course setup basics, adding content, assignments, discussion forums, rubrics, grades, class progress, and more.
- Brightspace Focused Chatham Workshop Recordings – Chatham offered workshops on Brightspace specific tools during summer 2020. All workshop recordings are available on Panopto.
- Brightspace YouTube Tutorials – This is easily accessed from the web. Videos are organized by playlists. Videos are short and cover specific topics.
- Brightspace Instructor Documentation – This course covers all of the basics. Links to documentation and YouTube videos.
- Brightspace Subscription Training – This gives faculty access to on-demand video training. Faculty need to sign-up for an account using a Chatham email address. This account is not connected to a Chatham account, so a separate password is needed.
- Brightspace Community – A place to connect with other Brightspace users. This space offers community discussion forums, FAQs, links to YouTube videos, and documentation.
Chatham University allows you to login to Calendly to create an account with your Chatham email address and password. When logging in be sure to select the Microsoft option. This will allow your Chatham calendar to integrate with the free basic Calendly program features.
Documentation: How to Access CampusNexus
The Chatham University student information system is CampusNexus, formerly known as CampusVue. This document will show you how to log in to both the server and system, navigate through the system, and perform common tasks such as updating your password, searching for a student record, descriptions of the panes and the available menu icons.
Edpuzzle is an easy-to-use platform where you can make any video your lesson. With just one click, you can find video lessons created by other teachers, including formative assessment! Another click and you can adapt that video by embedding your own questions or audio. With the final click, assign it to your students and get beautiful hassle-free analytics: see who watched the video, who didn’t understand the lesson and who did a good job. Students can re-watch the video as many times as they need at their own pace, while you can easily check their progress from your account.
Access: https://flipgrid.com (login with your Chatham Microsoft Login)
Documentation: How to use Flipgrid
Flipgrid is a free video discussion platform from Microsoft that helps educators see and hear from every student in class and foster fun and supportive social learning. In Flipgrid, educators post discussion prompts and students respond with short videos, whether they are learning in class or at home.
Documentation: How to Access and Put H5P in Brightspace
Create, share and reuse interactive HTML5 content in Brightspace.
Richer HTML5 Content in Existing Publishing Platforms
H5P Authoring Guide – https://documentation.h5p.com/content/1290717699605088288
Content Seamlessly Across Any H5P Capable Site
H5P Content Examples – https://h5p.org/content-types-and-applications
Reuse and modify
Content in Your Browser at Any Time
Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)
Documentation: How to Access and Put Hoonuit in Brightspace
This system is both integrated with Brightspace and a standalone tool. It is a repository of video tutorials about different technologies and more. It is a robust resource. Everyone at Chatham is permitted to use Hoonuit. Users just have to log in with their Chatham email and password.
Access: Multifactor Authentication
MFA helps safeguard access to data and applications while maintaining simplicity for users. It provides additional security by requiring a second form of authentication and delivers strong authentication via a range of easy to use authentication methods.
Brightspace – Learning Management System
Brightpsace by D2L is Chatham’s new learning management system (LMS). It contains all courses. It is where both teachers and students go to turn in assignments, participate in forums, and online chats. It also allows faculty and students to easily communicate and to post and view unofficial grades.
Padlet – Shared Wallspace
Documentation: How to Join Padlet
Make beautiful boards, documents, and webpages that are easy to read and fun to contribute to. Collaborate better. Be more productive.
Panopto – Lecture Capture
Documentation: Panopto Documentation
Panopto provides integrated video recording, live streaming, video management, and inside-video search. Panopto can be added to any Brightspace course. Users can access using Chatham accounts.
Poll Everywhere – Classroom Response System
PollEv is a polling system that allows faculty to get real-time feedback from students. We have a campus license. This tool also integrates with PowerPoint and can be embedded in Brightspace – but is not fully integrated.
Documentation: Faculty Portal Instructions
Portal is where faculty enter grades and find official rosters.
Proctorio – Secure Testing
Access: Proctorio is integrated into Brightspace
- Proctorio: Brightspace Setup and Exam Review
- Proctorio Professor Support
- Proctorio Tips and Tricks for Student Success
- Proctorio Brightspace Webinar Recording
- Proctorio: Student Experience Video
Using state-of-the-art technology and end-to-end data security, Proctorio ensures the total learning integrity of every assessment, every time. Our software eliminates human error, bias, and much of the expense associated with remote proctoring and identity verification.
Proctorio also integrates effortlessly with whatever learning management system you already use— no scheduling, waiting or additional logins required— for instant, objective, secure results.
Qualtrics – Survey Software
Documentation: Survey Basics Overview
Qualtrics is a survey creation tool. If a user needs an account they must request one here – https://my.chatham.edu/tools/qualtrics.cfm
Documentation: How to Add and Use SensusAccess in Brightspace
SensusAccess is a self-service, alternate media solution for educational institutions. SensusAccess allows students, faculty, staff and alumni to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate media including audio books (MP3 and DAISY), e-books (EPUB, EPUB3 and Mobi) and digital Braille. The service can also be used to convert inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files, JPG pictures and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into more accessible and less tricky formats. We call that Inclusion Technology
Teams – Collaboration Workspace
Documentation: How to Use Teams
Microsoft Teams is a hub for teamwork in Office 365. Keep all your team’s chats, meetings, files, and apps together in one place.
Thinglink – Interactive Images
Use Code QNTTMY to join Chatham License
Documentation: How to Create and Publish Thinglinks
Thinglink – Create unique experiences with interactive images, videos & 360° media
Triptico – Interactive Classroom Tools
Triptico is a collection of interactive resources of tools, timers, selectors, and quizzes. Chatham has a limited number of licenses, send license requests to email@example.com.
Turnitin – Plagiarism and Grading Tool
Access: Integrated into Brightspace
Documentation: Turnitin Documentation
The only comprehensive solution for preventing multiple forms of plagiarism, grading assignments, and safeguarding your institution’s reputation.
VoiceThread – Audio and Video Discussion
Documentation: VoiceThread Documentation
VoiceThread is fully integrated with Brightspace, although some faculty do use it outside of the Brightspace environment. VoiceThread allows users to have a dynamic conversation around a piece of media. Students and Faculty can leave either typed, audio, or video comments. Faculty and students do not need to create accounts – they are automatically created when the tool is used in Brightspace.
VPN – Offline Connection to Campus Servers
Documentation: Setup VPN
Sophos VPN clients provide easy-to-use and transparent remote access to all company applications. This is provided through secure SSL or IPsec VPNs from Windows, Linux, Mac OS and UNIX-based systems.
How to Quickly Map Drives on a PC:
- Connect via VPN
- Click on this link to download the remote drive login script
- Unzip the file
- Double click the file to run and map all drives.
- Step 4 will need repeated every time you access VPN
WordPress – Blog Site
Documentation: CampusPress Support and Documentation
Chatham’s WordPress blogs are hosted with CampusPress. Anyone at Chatham can request/create a blog by going to the website. They simply need to log in with their Chatham username and password.
Zoom is our online meeting tool. It is both integrated with Brightspace and a standalone tool. It is integrated with Outlook, too. It allows users to connect and video chat, share screens, and more. Everyone at Chatham is permitted to use Zoom. It is connected to AD – they just have to log in with their Chatham email and password.
Questions? Contact Chatham Helpdesk at 412.365.1112 or services.chatham.edu for more assistance.