DURING COVID-19 ONLY: Access Kurzweil 3000 for Free
The Disability Services Program offers the LARRK Assistive Technology Lab. The LARRK AT Lab provides students with opportunities to explore new software including Kurzweil 3000, Dragon Naturally Speaking, WindowEyes and VoiceOver, Livescribe Pulse Pens, and Juliet Pro Braille Embosse. DSP also maintains a list of assistive technology for personal use.
Canvas is the university's learning management system. In Canvas, students can view grades and course content, submit assignments, keep track of course work, send and receive messages, receive notifications for new grades and course updates, and much more.
The DU Portfolio platform is a web-based application that supports the academic community with a searchable database of electronic portfolios for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and communities.
DU MediaSpace (powered by Kaltura)
DU MediaSpace is our video management campus-wide software tool. It’s integrated with Canvas to allow students and faculty to capture and share videos online.
Microsoft Office 365 provides all DU students, staff, and faculty members with 5 TB of cloud storage, FREE downloads of Microsoft Office Pro Plus for personal computers and mobile devices, and the ability to create, edit, and share Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote) using a web browser.
OneDrive is a cloud-based storage platform with 5 TB of space per person offered for free as part of the Office 365 suite.
Teams is a workspace for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, and more.
TurningPoint is a company that makes student response systems and has two capabilities for in-class polling: hardware based ‘clickers’ and software-based (mobile phone, tablet or laptop) responses.
Zoom is cloud-based video communications service for high-quality online meetings, classes, and events that leverages instant messaging, video conferencing, breakout rooms, screen sharing, and whiteboards within one unified platform.