Canvas is Middlebury’s learning management system. Using Canvas, you can conduct online, asynchronous discussions with your students; provide feedback and post grades for assignments; upload documents, videos, audio files, and more.
Zoom is Middlebury’s official videoconference tool. You can use Zoom to digitally connect with individual students, whole classes, guest teachers, writers, and others. It’s simple to use, and accessible using your computer camera, a webcam, or your phone’s camera.
The Course Hub is a quick way to link your course materials (blogs, electronic reserves, articles, wikis, and sites) in one location so that they are easily found by your class.
WordPress is an open-source platform that is used at Middlebury for individual blogs and as a content management system for creating web sites in general. Uses include journals, creative writing tools, and news publishing.
BreadNet is simultaneously an e-mail account and and a networking tool that has connected the classrooms of Bread Loaf teachers since 1984. Its primary goals are to perpetuate the Bread Loaf community throughout the year and to encourage collaboration among all Bread Loaf teachers, faculty, and their classrooms.
MiddCreate is Middlebury’s open web design project. Using MiddCreate, you or your students can design spaces for writing, self-expression, professional, academic, or creative portfolios, and more.
Panopto is a video sharing and storage service that allows you to upload, edit, store and share video with your class. Panopto can be a very powerful tool to use for video lecture and video annotation.