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Other Teaching Tools

  • Surveys and Forms

    Surveys and Forms

    ​​​D​e​Paul provides tools to survey your students or for your students to create professional-grade surveys of their own.​​
  • Games & Simulations

    Games & Simulations

    Incorporating games and simulations into courses can provide many learning benefits.
  • Plagiarism Detection

    Plagiarism Detection

    Turnitin.com  is available to DePaul faculty to verify the originality of students' work.
  • Blogs

    Blogs

    A blog where students write about their course readings, discussions, lectures, and other assignments is a powerful way to not only engage students in the subject matter but create an authentic community of learners.
  • Wikis

    Wikis

    Wikis are websites that allows users to collaborate by creating, editing, deleting, and publishing content.
  • iClicker

    iClicker

    i>Clicker is a student response system, which can be used to involve students in class activities, assess student learning, or register votes in a departmental meeting. ​
  • Video Conferencing

    Video Conferencing

    ​​Video conferencing can be used to hold office hours, bring in guest speakers, and much more.
  • Study Aids

    Study Aids

    ​Tools to help your students learn and retain information.
  • Collaborative Tools

    Collaborative Tools

    ​​These cloud-based apps allow students to collaborate in realtime with one another.
  • Presentation Tools

    Presentation Tools

    Online presentations, either created by you or your students, can be a great way to encourage learning.
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