Teaching and Learning

Tufts provides and supports several tools for supporting synchronous and asynchronous discussion with your students.
Interested in flipping your classroom? Want to record some supplemental mini-lectures for your course? Tufts provides and supports several tools for recording lectures and other educational videos.
Classroom technology support is available to faculty and supporting staff on the Medford campus through Tufts Technology Services.

Produce class projects and explore digital media in a creative space at Tisch Library.

Consult with experts in instructional technology to solve your teaching challenges.

Request R&D time and resources to explore new technologies and their potential applications to academic goals.

Post lectures, courses, and other educational content to the world’s largest digital collection of free educational materials.

Record, edit, and publish live lectures and screencasts.

Solicit and display feedback from students with a "Bring Your Own Device" classroom response system.

Annotate audio and video files with timestamped comments.

Get expertise and support in the design, development, production and launch of online courses and programs at Tufts.

Provides students with course registration, course catalogs and schedules, financial aid information, grades and transcripts, and more.

Find teaching and learning resources for faculty across diverse disciplines and fields at Tufts.

Collaborative learning environment that provides a platform for course content, project sites, portfolios, and course evaluations.

Get access to digital materials from the university’s archival and special collections, including historical photographs, newspapers, oral histories, and more.

A dynamic multimedia knowledge management system that supports faculty and students at Tufts' health sciences schools in teaching and learning.

Check academic work for plagarism and incorrect citations.

Organize and visualize interconnected information with this concept mapping application.

Spark WordPress can be used to create blogs, newsletters, online portfolios, and small departmental or personal websites.
Spark Wikis can be used to create small collaborative websites that are typically edited and maintained online by multiple users.