This workshop covers the Modules tool, which is used to organize course content.
Use one-button recording of a Lightboard where you can light up your content and work out a formula or other hand-written course content.
New features include filtering, rearranging columns, and setting up automatic missing and late policies.
Microsoft Stream is a video streaming service that makes the process of creating, uploading, sharing, and tagging videos incredibly easy.
This workshop covers the basics of Canvas and is meant to give users a solid foundation for beginning to work in the system.
Record what is on your computer screen, audio, even use a webcam using Universal Capture Personal.
The Support Center provides help desk and technical support for all University-owned computers and computer labs, as well as support for SVSU faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Need a handout or help? Documentation and videos are found in the mySVSU portal, accessible by going to the SVSU home page->mySVSU, then use the menu to select Technology->Training and Support.
Each semester, the ITD Lab hosts a series of workshops for faculty and staff, like the ones highlighted on this page. We invite you to search and register for a workshop.
If you are unable to attend a workshop, contact the ITD Lab staff to schedule a 1-on-1 appointment.
In the portal, you will find a complete list of the systems and software that the ITD Lab supports.
Find information on our most popular software below: