Canvas is Middlebury’s learning management system, and course sites can be provisioned using CourseHub.
Canvas allows you to:
- Conduct online, asynchronous discussions with your students;
- Provide feedback and post grades for assignments;
- Upload documents, videos, audio files, and more;
- Post deadlines and reminders through the calendar and announcements;
- Manage group work assignments;
- Connect via video conference with individual students, a whole class, or guest speakers.
Searchable online course catalog application that provides full-text and faceted search of courses. The catalog allows students to browse and mark courses as favorites, then compile these favorites into schedules that can be shared with their advisor.
Additionally, the catalog provides automated, printable exports of the College Catalog.
The Course Hub is a provisioning and finding aid that provides access to online resources for courses. Students and instructors see all of the courses they are taking and teaching for each semester. Instructors can provision new online resources with a few clicks, while students get links to all resources associated with each course.
Library electronic reserves platform. (Vendor: Docutek)
There's a Middlebury instance and a MIIS instance on one physical server.
This Canvas LTI integrates with Macmillan's LaunchPad program.
Name and Email.
Library-oriented web publishing platform. Integrates with standard library data platforms and paradigms.
MediaWiki, the software behind Wikipedia, allows users to collaboratively edit web content. Each page has a full history of changes available. Wiki pages do not have a hierarchical arrangement but can be categorized and linked together, allowing large amounts of content to be created without requiring an up-front organization structure.
Middlebury-hosted wikis can be open to the public, visible to the public but only editable by selected users/groups, or restricted to only be viewable/editable by selected users/groups,