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DePaul Teaching & Learning Blogs
For an overview of technology resources available to all faculty at DePaul, visit Information Services (IS). Standard classroom technology includes a LCD projector, VHS player, DVD player, PC, and a standard overhead transparency projector. Most DePaul classrooms have standard classroom technology; PC classrooms are available by request.
Desire2Learn (D2L) is DePaul's Learning Management System (LMS).
ePortfolios@DePaul introduces users to Digication, DePaul's ePortfolio platform, and presents profiles of how it is used across the university.
Campus Connection is the central website for accessing your schedule, course roster, and course grades.
Course OnLine (COL) is CDM's system for the capture and rebroadcast of classroom activity.
Clickers (also known as classrooom response systems) use radio frequency technology to transmit and record student responses during class.
Blogs & Wikis enable students to compose and revise in a rhetorical situation that differs from the formal essay.
Games & Simulations provide a way for students to become active participants in the learning process.
Surveys & Forms include QuickData and Mailman Forums.
- Classroom A/V Equipment is available in most classrooms and can also be reserved.
Plagiarism Detection offers instructors valuable tools to identify text that may have been plagiarized.
Technology Training is offered by various areas at DePaul.
Technology Support is provided by various areas at DePaul.
Teaching Online involves both technological and pedagogical considerations.
Copyright and the classroom discusses copyright, plagiarism, and websites that allow you to find multimedia that is freely usable
Mobile Learning refers to any learning activity that utilizes a mobile device.