Loyola's Office of Educational Technology provides a bridge between you, the faculty, and the technology tools needed to help your students succeed. Our team consists of technology experts, instructional designers, and creative professionals here to help you use technology for the best educational outcome—enlightened and engaged students.
We want your experience with all Loyola technologies and tools to be positive and productive. To this end, we stand ready to support and assist with your academic and administrative technology challenges. Together through partnerships and open lines of communication, we strive to share in your technology experiences for the mutual benefit of our university.
Use Ed Tech to:
- Integrate technology in courses
- Build accessible media
- Engage students online and in person
Learning Management System
Moodle is Loyola’s Learning Management System which professors use to communicate and share resources with students in their courses. Learn how to make the most of this incredibly useful educational technology tool.
Want to record your classroom for later viewing? Want to record yourself at home to reach your students in their dorms? We can help with that. Using Panopto and Camtasia, your lessons can always reach your students
VoiceThread bridges the gap between real-time discussions and standard video lectures or online presentations. This makes VoiceThread Loyola’s primary teaching platform for asynchronous collaboration between the students and the faculty.
Adobe Connect is Loyola’s virtual classroom headquarters. Use Adobe Connect to hold synchronous, remote class sessions with students.
Professional Development Opportunities
This fall, we are offering a series of professional development for faculty: