Teaching and Learning Technologies:
Tools and Services at Georgetown


Browse available teaching, learning, and collaboration tools, including suggested uses and how to get started.

Web Conferencing

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.


Learn about available services related to teaching and learning at Georgetown.

Classroom Services

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.

Course Evaluations

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.

Multimedia Services

Equipment loans, support for digital media assignments, production spaces and software, and multimedia instruction.

Plagiarism Detection

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.

Streaming Media and eReserves

Provide anytime/anywhere access to your course materials.

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