Most IT systems at ECU offer online resources and self-help tutorials.
Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the Department for Disability Support Services at least 48 hours prior to the event at (252) 737-1016 (Voice/TTY).
Blackboard Blog (faculty, staff, students)
Tutorials plus announcements and news.
Classroom Technology (faculty, staff)
Training resources for instructors.
CommonSpot Website (Contributors)
A tutorial for every element.
iWebfolio Website (students, as assigned)
Some ECU programs require an iWebfolio portfolio. See this information to get started.
Macintosh (faculty, staff, students)
Find many online Mac resources in the ITCS Mac website including iPad and more.
Microsoft E-Learning Portal (faculty, staff, students)
Sign up for in-depth, self-paced online training modules for Microsoft Office suite, Windows 7 and more. Request an access code through the self-service ECU Download Center (choose the "Software Request Forms" link from the toolbar).
Microsoft Lync (faculty, staff, students)
Instant messaging, videoconferencing, desktop sharing, collaboration and other tools.
This Web portal replaces OneStop, which retired January 2016.
Qualtrics Surveys (faculty, staff, students)
Also see training resources from Qualtrics including webinars, tutorials, FAQs and a blog.
Saba Meeting Website (faculty, staff, students)
FAQ, technical support, student references and other general help.
SAS Statistical Software (faculty, staff, students)
Find a course from the SAS support training schedule and then email Jennifer Raby to register. You'll receive a confirmation email and log on instructions.
Second Life Virtual World (faculty)
ECU offers classes, meetings and conferences in the ECU virtual campus in Second Life. PDF tutorials and links to other resources are also available in the SL website.
Resources for faculty and students.
Resources for faculty, staff and students
Yammer Blog (faculty, staff, students)
Find many tutorials on using Yammer, ECU’s academic social media tool platform.
Information, resources and opinions shared are meant to keep everyone abreast of developments in the ever-evolving field of technology and are not necessarily endorsed by Information Technology and Computing Services or East Carolina University. Before using any of these tools, please check with your IT support contact or ITCS.