Browse available teaching, learning, and collaboration tools, including suggested uses and how to get started.
Blackboard Learn is Georgetown's fully-featured enterprise learning management system for course sites.
Blogs can serve as a simple yet flexible publishing platform for teaching & learning. CNDLS hosts over 4,500 Georgetown Commons blogs built on WordPress, an open-source blogging platform.
Clickers, small handheld feedback devices, allow instructors to produce interactive and immediate responses from students. Clickers can be used for polls, surveys, quizzes, and more.
Use charts, timelines, infographics, and other visualization tools to display data in powerful and interactive formats that promote greater user exploration and understanding.
Use ePortfolios to organize, share, reflect on, and assess student and faculty work. Choose from a variety of ePortfolio platforms in use at Georgetown including WordPress and Digication.
Google Apps is a suite of tools including Gmail, Calendar, Groups, Docs, Sites, and Talk that lets you create a site, chat in real time, collaboratively edit documents, create surveys, and more.
Use Echo360 to record your voice as well as any other visual aid displayed on your computer screen, including slides, websites, and other media.
Omeka is an online curation tool lets you collect items and create online exhibits. Omeka uses a robust metadata standard called Dublin Core as well as layout tools for crafting exhibits.
Use a variety of presentation tools and design strategies to effectively communicate a message to any audience.
VoiceThread is a platform for creating rich, asynchronous conversations by posting images, video clips, documents, and slide presentations.
Zoom is a synchronous collaboration tool that allows you to host a virtual class, hold office hours, and share real-time screen content with participants.
Georgetown supports both Google Sites and Blackboard for creating wikis. Use a wiki as a course site or as a collaboratively-edited glossary. Peer-edit group projects or create an open forum for brainstorming and problem-solving.
Explore new technologies for enhancing teaching and learning being piloted at Georgetown.
Canvas is a powerful new learning management system currently used for GU Online and Law Center courses and being piloted in more face-to-face courses in Spring 2016.
Georgetown Domains offers students, faculty, and staff personal domain names and web space, encouraging the creation, development, and ownership of digital identities.
Remark is a video annotation tool being piloted in Spring 2016 that enables both individual annotations and group discussion.
Learn about available services related to teaching and learning at Georgetown.
Georgetown provides technologies to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom as well as personalized training, consultations, and other classroom services to Georgetown faculty and students.
Georgetown uses CoursEval, an online survey tool, to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of courses and professors. Evaluation surveys are available to students at the end of each course.
Equipment loans, support for digital media assignments, production spaces and software, and multimedia instruction.
University copyright policies promote discovery, production, and dissemination of new knowledge. Information about how to publish while protecting authors’ rights and diminishing liability for the individual and the institution.
Georgetown offers faculty two plagiarism detection tools, Turnitin and SafeAssign, both of which can be accessed via the Blackboard Course System. In addition to deterring student plagiarism, these tools provide guidance in how to attribute sources correctly.
Provide anytime/anywhere access to your course materials.