Adobe Creative Cloud gives users access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and cloud services.
The undergraduate college is currently evaluating campus-wide solutions for classroom capture technology.
Join the WFU community in using Google Calendar to schedule meetings, keep track of events and tasks, and even start hangouts with other users.
Get access to files anywhere through secure cloud storage and file backup for your photos, videos, files and more with Google Drive.
A free Google service that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests.
Real-time meetings by Google. Using your browser, share your video, desktop, and presentations with teammates and collaborators.
Wake Forest University participates in the iTunes U program, offered by Apple through the iTunes platform. Interviews, classes, and other featured content is publicly available for free.
IS currently maintains over 400 multimedia technology-enabled spaces. Rooms contain various levels of multimedia integration, from simple television monitors, to elaborate high definition projection systems with multiple inputs.
Sakai is a set of software tools designed to help faculty and students create websites for collaboration. An instructor can track grades, create discussion boards, and receive assignments digitally.
IS offers video conferencing solutions free of charge to faculty, staff, and students. Connect with lecturers, experts, the business community, and more.
Commonly used for narrated PowerPoint presentations, VoiceThread is a highly flexible, collaborative environment for video, voice, images, and common documents.
Cisco WebEx is a platform for hosting and attending online meetings and presentations, webinars, training, and online presentations. Available to all Faculty, Staff, and Students.
Newer classrooms are outfitted with wireless display technology, enabling a user to project without a physical wired connection.
YouTube is included in your WFU Google Apps for Education account. Simply log into YouTube using your “@wfu.edu” email address to begin uploading.