Faculty Technology Toolkit

CCAD provides and supports a variety of tools for teaching and learning in in-person, online, and hybrid settings. These pages offer guidance and tutorials on how to use these tools, and what they are used for.

Need help managing courses in Self Service?
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The Big 3

Most online and hybrid instruction and collaboration happen in these three tools.

Adobe Creative Cloud

used for: collaboration and shared file options
As of Fall 2020 students can access this for free using their CCAD email address.

G Suite for Education

used for: Gmail, Drive (unlimited storage), Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, Meet, YouTube

Office 365

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
used for: document creation in Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Please choose analogous Google Workplace tools first.

The Learning Management System and Supporting Tools

Moodle

CCAD's Learning Management System (LMS)
used for: course files, gradebook, forums, lessons, assignments, journals, wikis, and VoiceThread
All courses will use Moodle each Academic Year.

https://ccadit.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/ID/pages/1781694496

used for: Create, capture, and paint 3D materials + stage and render 3D scenes.

As of Fall 2021, Substance Suite is owned by Adobe. However, some aspects of the licensing are not fully integrated in the Creative Cloud for Education. See the instructions above to set up Substance Suite on your personal or CCAD-issued laptop.

Microsoft Teams

used for: course/group/individual audio and video calls, chats, shared files and lecture recording
Learn more about upcoming changes and exciting new Teams features here.

Google Meet

used for: videoconferencing and recording. This can serve as a back-up choice for Teams. Useful for scheduling one-to-one meetings between faculty and students. Access Google Meet through your CCAD Google Calendar.

Microsoft Stream

used for: private video streaming

Loom

used for: short, 10-15 minute screen recordings
loom.com

Miro

used for: collaborative whiteboard
miro.com