Online Services Supporting Instructors at Loyola New Orleans
The most important online services that support teaching at Loyola New Orleans are listed here. Video tutorials are very brief. Some are in Flash video format, which will not play in the Safari Browser on Mac or iOS platforms.
"Accessibility" requires course materials be designed so that students with vision or hearing challenges can use them as successfully as other students.
for faculty resources at the Loyola New Orleans Book Store.
LORA is the official system of record for courses, enrollments, and grades. Students expect to be able to view the syllabus for a course and see on LORA the syllabus for any course they are considering and book the instructor has ordered for the course
(3 mins 15 secs).
The library has databases of articles, eBooks, DVDs, and other materials you might want to use in your course. Librarians can help you find Open course materials and can arrange scanning of paper documents. Media Services, located on the first floor of the library, lends and provides technical assistance with electronics for use in courses, including cameras, microphones, audio recorders, and more. The Faculty Innovation Lab has computers with software for audio and video recording, as well as technology training materials.
(2 mins 21 secs).
CLICK HERE for Media Services.
Your college or academic department may have its own recommendations or requirements for the structure of a course syllabus. The university has some general guidelines and a standard syllabus template that can be found at:
ONLINE COURSE DESIGN
to see online course design standards
Contact the and ask to be enrolled in the Online Learning Resources course, containing links to helpful suggestions and information about teaching online.