Technology Training Services - Instructional Technology
We provide training and support for Morgan's academic technology resources, including Adobe Connect, Blackboard, Panopto, Respondus and Turning Point Clickers.
Atomic Learning is a FREE online video training resource available anytime, any place, and open to all active Morgan State University students and employees. Quickly and easily search for videos that provide answers to many of your "How do I do that?" questions. Videos include topics covering over 200 programs (e.g., Microsoft Office, Google Apps, Blackboard, SPSS, Windows and iOS operating systems, etc.) as well as soft skills (e.g., APA Style, MLA Style, Career Training, How to Complete a FAFSA, etc.). Atomic Learning videos may be added to a Blackboard course, or accessed directly.
Need Help? Contact us:
Call us during office hours M-F, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
Karen Rubinstein, 443.885.1103 || email@example.com
After Hours/ Weekend /Holiday Support: http://www.morgan.edu/servicedesk or 443.885.4357
Learn about Instructional Technology
Blackboard Information & Instructions
Instructional Technology Workshops include Blackboard, Panopto, Respondus, TurningPoint Clickers and more. Be sure to check the calendar frequently for special events and new workshops.
Starting June 1, 2016 Morgan is migrating to TurningPoint Cloud. This page contains instructions for students and faculty.
NBC Learn Video content for your courses
FREE Online Tutoring available 24/7. Smarthinking is an online tutoring service that Morgan State is making available to its students. Smarthinking provides tutoring in a variety of subjects, as well as an online writing center.
Panopto is video capture and streaming software. It integrates with Blackboard and may also be used as a stand alone video capture and streaming system.
Listen to any text content or online document
This page contains instructions for Adobe Connect, Blackboard, Communications Building lecterns, Panopto Focus, Microsoft Office software and using the Ingeniux CMS.
Find out about new instructional technology and best practices for using it in your classes.