Content Delivery

Content Presentation


Content Presentation

The following online tools can be used to present content information in a variety of formats such as “web stories,” interactive images, presentations, files sharing, etc. Tools for creating instructional videos and podcasts can be found on the Content-Specific Tools page.

IP means in progress, purple button with gold check means approved, gold button purple check with asterisk means approved with exceptions

Adobe Spark Page allows users to create high-quality “Web Stories” and content presentations using their own images, text, and videos.
Adobe Spark Page HelpSheet

Adobe Spark Video allows users to create high-quality videos using their own images or a variety of free images, icons, and text.
Adobe Spark Video HelpSheet

Premiere Rush is a cross-platform, multiple device video editing software that is a fast and easy way to create polished and engaging video content.
Adobe Rush HelpSheet

Box is an encrypted, cloud-based file storage and collaboration platform that enables faculty, and staff to securely store and share files. Faculty and staff have no limits.
Box HelpSheet

Emaze is a web-based application used to create online presentations. It is an alternative to PowerPoint or Prezi.
Emaze HelpSheet

Quizlet is a free online study aid that can be used by faculty and students to create a variety of interactive study tools.
Quizlet HelpSheet

ThingLink is a web-based application that allows users to create interactive media-rich images.
Thinglink HelpSheet

Visuwords is a free interactive visual dictionary and thesaurus that graphically connects searched words to synonyms or “synsets nodes.” Synset associations can be hyponym/hypernym or meronym/holonym pairs. Clicking a node will display definitions and expand to reveal additional associations.
Visuwords HelpSheet

Wakelet is a free web-based platform that allows for the curation and organization of online content. Content collections can include images, text, PDF documents, and URL links to websites, articles, videos, images, Tweets, etc. Collections can be private, public, or available to students by link or invitation. Users can invite others to collaborate on a collection by a sharable link or Wakelet code. Collaborators are not be required to create a Wakelet account.
Wakelet HelpSheet