E-Learning and Instructional Support (ELIS)
E-Learning and Instructional Support (ELIS) Address

Content Storage Online

There are many ways to store and share digital content online at Oakland University. Faculty and students may want to create webpages for the public, offer syllabi and journal articles to students, put research files online for colleagues to critique, or jointly work on committee reports.

Software Supporting Unit File Types File or Storage Size Audience
Moodle

e-LIS (e-Learning and Instructional Support)

.txt, .html, .doc, .pdf, .ppt, .zip, .jpeg, .gif, .mp3, .mov, .wmv or any other file type that is readable by the audience's local software 200 MB per individual file students
ePortfolio e-LIS .txt, .html, .doc, .pdf, .ppt, .zip, .jpeg, .gif, .mp3, .mov, .wmv or any other type that the is readable by the audience's local software 150 MB per individual file public or selected campus groups
iTunes U e-LIS .m4a, .mp3, .mp4, .m4v, .mov 200 MB per individual file, 500 GB total public
eReserves Kresge Library, Maurini Strub, mrjohn@oakland.edu, (248)370-2470 .pdf and create streaming audio files from CDs Undefined students
Oakshare

UTS (University Technology Services)

any type 200 MB total space for all files private, groups, or public
Google Documents

Student Technology Center

.html, .doc, .rtf, .odt, .sxw, ppt., .csv, .xls, .ods, .pdf 500 kB per text file, 10 MB for powerpoint and pdf files, and 2 MB per embedded image, 5,000 document and presentation files and 5,000 images. other faculty, staff, or students at OU or the public
Google Sites e-LIS Creation of webpages and can include any file type that is readable by the audience's local software 100 MB total space public


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