There are a range of tools that will help you increase student engagement, address learning outcomes, and introduce new material.  We have provided recommendations ranging from no-/low-cost and easy-to-use, to tools that are for more advanced users. Basic tools require little training and are fairly intuitive; intermediate tools require modest amounts of training; and advanced tools are recommended for those with prior experience. An additional focus is on suggesting tools that have long-term viability and will not disappear in a year or two. Feel free to explore the tools below. Also, DiRT (Digital Tools for Research) has a really simple interface for looking up and comparing digital tools for scholarship.   Contact us with any questions and we can offer suggestions, demos of tools, and hands-on support.


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