TurnItIn is ideal for research papers and essays as it can be used to check for plagiarism in student writing. TurnItIn also allows instructors to deliver feedback by leaving in-line comments and markup directly within a student's paper.
Respondus allows instructors to create take-home or face-to-face exams that require locking down access to the Internet or other resources. Students can use their laptop or one of the listed Pace Computer Labs where Respondus is pre-installed.
ePortfolio is an online collection of your work designed for an audience. It enables you to enrich your learning experiences, prepare you for your field of work, and sharpen your technological skills.
You can add files to your portfolio that may be shared with others--your peers, professors, friends, family, and potential employers. Additionally, your ePortfolio is a work in progress that you can add to and extend throughout your college career.
Digital Measures stores information about faculty publications, presentations, grants, and other professional activity. Schools use Digital Measures to fulfill administrative reporting requirements. Your faculty profile page on the Pace website is also created from the information you enter in Digital Measures.
LinkedIn Learning, formerly known as Lynda.com, provides a vast online library of instructional videos covering the latest software, creative and business skills. Taught by accomplished teachers and recognized industry experts, LinkedIn Learning is a high-quality resource for students, faculty and staff looking to develop skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, project management, social media and a wide range of other topics.
3rd Party Tools
For information incorperating 3rd party tools into your course such as McGraw-Hill (Connect), Pearson, and Macmillian, please see below.
Because every publisher has its own unique features and systems, however, Pace ITS and the Office of Academic Technology cannot provide support for faculty or students with regards to the publishers’ content or its interaction with your course.
A summary of basic information on support options for some of the major content providers can be found below: