SmartBoards are interactive whiteboards which allow instructors to annotate computer presentations including PowerPoint during their lectures, saving the presentation with the notes. The annotated presentations can be made available to students for review outside of class or saved for future use by faculty.
A Class Discussion List provides instructors with an email address that sends mail to their class roster. The Class Discussion List may be used for two-way email discussion between instructors and students in a course.
The Class Announcement List and Bulk Email service enables instructors to send one way (no-reply) email messages to their students. This service is also used by high level University offices to send official email communications to large, specified segments of the University population.
Canvas, accessed via a web browser provides a collection of built-in tools for uploading of content, communication, collaboration, assignments and assessments in support of teaching and learning.
This service provides Brown email, calendaring, and chat through Google's Gmail interface. Supplemental Google applications are included as well as part of GoogleApps@Brown. Each mailbox is allowed 25+ GB of storage.
Create and share work online and access documents from anywhere with this web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service offered as part of Google Apps@Brown. This service allows real-time collaboration with others at and outside of Brown.
Custom design and development of websites, mobile sites, and web-based applications. Services include:
The Information Technology Security Computing Incident Response Team (CIRT) is the emergency response team for all IT security events at Brown University, and is critical to protecting Brown University's electronic communications infrastructure.
The Information Security Group provides many avenues for training to the Brown community, both in person and online.