Software suite for media production including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and After Effects.
A dedicated book scanner is available to patrons, at no charge, on level 2 of the Rock, adjacent to the reference/periodical collection.
Online platform to quickly and easily publish text, images, audio, and video to web pages.
Course websites with built-in tools for communication, collaboration, assignments, assessments, grade book, etc.
Software download and online instructions for EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks or Zotero. Training workshops through the library are also available.
Interconnected web pages created and edited by multiple people.
Service to digitize movies for courses, presentations and research for items not available in Kanopy.
Google Course Groups
Suite of Google tools for course use including a shared email, calendar, documents, and website.
Simple public-facing website creation for Brown users.
iClickers & In-Class Polling
Personal response system to obtain instant in-class feedback.
Kanopy Streaming Movies
Over 8,500 films, documentaries, and training videos available for viewing by faculty, staff, and students
Prescheduled automated classroom recording of instructor and projected content; available in several rooms on campus.
Library Research and Course Guides
Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled for courses or subject area.
Online Course Reserves
Request digital versions of articles, e-books, book excerpts, audio, and video for course use.
Online discussion tool where students can ask and answer course questions 24/7, under the guidance of their instructors.
Turn It In
Software that checks student papers for plagiarism and delivers originality reports. Available within Canvas.
WebEx Web Conferencing
Software that allows multiple people to participate in a live web video or audio conference.
Connect laptops and mobile devices wirelessly to classroom projectors and displays with AirMedia.