Other than those main tools needed to deliver an online class, and those related idrectly to specific course contents and creative practices, there are a number of small helper tools or support resources that may not be strictly necessary, but are simply nice to have, becasue they make life easier.
Mendeley is a referencing software to manage and share research papers and generate bibliographies for scholarly articles. It helps instructors and students to stay organised – academically speaking.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research references. References – and actual softcopy soures – may be organised in “libraries” and shared as “course reading reserve”.
If you wanted to video record what’s going on on your screen – though please consider what you record.
Apple’s own media player includes a function to video record what’s going on on your computer screen.
A small app to record what’s going on on your screen; also provides editing tools, yet those are paid-for.
A Chrome browser extension to record what’s going on on your screen.
If you need to randomly pick stduents from a list – or similar – and want to make a game of it.
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