ITRS staff are available on a regular basis in Klarchek Information Commons Room 204 for individual teaching with technology consultation and statistical advising. Walk-in and scheduled appointments are welcomed.
Office Application Workshops
Training is available on Microsoft Office, Excel and over 250 applications through Atomic Learning. Faculty, staff, and students have access to this anytime, anywhere training support.
Listservs is a communication tool based upon email. A listserv can be set up to enable a listserv owner/moderator can send an email to the listserv email address, and the listserv will distribute the email message to everyone subscribed (or registered) on the listserv, like an email distribution list.
Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy
The Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy (FCIP) promotes the development of faculty as teacher-scholars and seeks to enhance the teaching-learning environment at Loyola through an Ignatian pedagogy.
ITS Help Desk
The ITS Help Desk provides the Loyola community with a single point of contact for technology support. Help Desk staff try to resolve requests initially or refer them to the correct support areas within the Information Technology Services (ITS) division.
Digital Media Services
Digital Media Services (DMS) manages and maintains a number of multimedia and digital media computer labs. It also provides an equipment loan program available to all Loyola faculty, staff, and students. In addition, DMS staff provide individual consultations and teach short courses related to digital content development and editing.
Campus Reservations assists Loyola faculty, staff, and student groups with reserving rooms for events and meetings. Staff can answer questions regarding location, capacity, and built-in equipment availability.
ITRS has compiled a directory of outside vendors for Loyola departments interested in renting audio visual equipment and/or hiring on-site technicians.
ITRS staff regularly coordinates with Loyola departments and outside vendors to quote audio-visual technology packages in classrooms, conference rooms, and other spaces on campus.