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Camtasia
Camtasia is a computer screen recording tool, recording everything seen on a computer monitor. Camtasia is often used to record presentations during a seminar or to show what steps are taken in applying a new software.
Located in Services / E-Learning / E-Tools
Wikis
Wikis are a great tool where the public can work together for collaborative knowledge management.
Located in Services / E-Learning / E-Tools
Local data back-up (TSM)
Automatic data back-up of workstation computers for employees, institutes and faculties.
Located in Services / Security
E-tools
The University of Freiburg´s E-Learning Service Center offers a variety of e-learning tools. Below, you will find information regarding the systems, which we offer members of the University of Freiburg, as well as further tools, some of which can be obtained free of charge through the internet.
Located in Services / E-Learning
Online meetings with Adobe Connect
Adobe Connect is a web-based multimedia communication and collaboration system used for synchronized online meetings, blended learning seminars, and training courses.
Located in Services / / E-tools / Online Meetings with Adobe Connect
Authoring tools
Authoring tools assist in creating interactive, multimedia e-learning modules. Please find below two simple examples of the products offered by these tools.
Located in Services / E-Learning / E-tools
Groupserver GROUPS
Asynchronous collaboration through the internet.
Located in Services / E-Learning / E-tools
Camtasia
Camtasia is a computer screen recording tool, recording everything seen on a computer monitor. Camtasia is often used to record presentations during a seminar or to show what steps are taken in applying a new software.
Located in Services / / E-tools / Course recording
Recording Lectures
Located in Services / / E-tools / Course recording
Wikis
Wikis are a great tool where the public can work together for collaborative knowledge management.
Located in Services / E-Learning / E-tools