Software Requirements

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Instructional Technology

Using Moodle 

Moodle

Students enrolled in online courses will use the content management system Moodle to access class content.

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Screenshot of iTunes UniversityUNO on iTunes U

Selected class lectures are recorded to audio podcasts synced with slides of text, which are downloadable using the iTunes app.

UNO on iTunes U

Side of DVD player with connector cordsUNO Media Server

The UNO Media Server is an online repository of video and audio recordings of selected courses taught at UNO.

Go to UNO Media Server

Adobe ConnectAdobe Connect (Web Conferencing)

(Section 486) Web Conferencing courses are real-time "live" classes where students use the free software, Adobe Connect. Internet delivered web conference synchronous courses can be attended from your home, workplace, even your car - any place with broadband internet connection.

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Virtual CampusVirtual Campus (Second Life)

(Section 481) Second Life is an immersive virtual environment (like a video game) where you interact with students in real time via avatars. This is a synchronous course that requires everyone login to the Second Life server on specific days at specific times.

Learn more about UNO's Virtual Campus

Compressed Video Courses at UNO Compressed Video Courses

(Section 474) Students at remote classroom sites can interact live with students at other classrooms along with the Instructor via television. This is a synchronous course that requires each student be at a specific physical location on specific days at specific times.

Learn more about compressed video courses