Google Sites, Wikis, MS Word websites, PDF Galleries and PPT to Flash webpage conversion
PowerPoint and Prezi
Tutorials for basic PPT, PowerPoint with multimedia and PPT on the web, along with Prezi basics
Creating videos from still photographs, using Windows Movie Maker, promotional videos, interviews and more
Audacity basics and how to rip music from a CD to an mp3 using Windows Media Player
Visual Design Production
Tutorials on 3D modeling, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator along with basic design tips and links to free tools
Tips and tricks for Mac users
Safari Books Online
Internet storage and video publishing (exclusively for Kent State faculty and students)
KSU Drop Box
Faculty can create a KSU Drop Box for their courses and have students upload multimedia projects, documents, videos, audio files, etc. to share not only with the instructor but with the rest of the class (if the instructor allows students to download files).
KSU Google Drive
The Google Drive is integrated into our Kent State system, located within Flashline. In Google Drive users can create documents, presentations, spreadsheets and drawings using the varies Google tools. These files, once created, are stored on the user's Google Drive. Additionally, files can simply be uploaded directly to the Google Drive for online storage (including photos and videos). This allows you to share files that may be too large to email or even upload to Dropbox (up to 10gb each - see Google Docs, Sheets and Slides size limits page for more details).
Students and faculty can upload videos to KSUTube to share or to link to from webpages. KSUTube videos can also be password-protected and "hidden" from search engines if desired.
Internet storage (commercial but free)
While KSU Drop Boxes can only be created by instructors, students can use this to create their own Drop Box where they can upload, download and share their files with others.