The Information Technology Services (ITS) Tech Conference is an annual event dedicated to the learning, networking, and sharing content and ideas around information technologies, resources, and services at Loyola University Chicago and beyond. Participants can select from multiple sessions throughout the day to learn about technology, share information with others, and make new connections. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to learn, network, and share. For more information about the ITS Tech Conference, please visit the Conference website by clicking here.
A major voicemail upgrade is coming to Loyola’s Lakeside campuses on March 17, 2014. The upgrade will replace our current Avaya Audix platform with Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging. Learn more >>
Atomic Learning is an online, on demand, training site that offers over 50,000 tutorial videos on over 250 technology applications, including Microsoft and Adobe. Topics are subdivided into very small chunks and presented in videos of one or two minutes - instructors can even pull Atomic Learning videos directly into their Sakai courses. 24/7 access to training offers flexible, just-in-time learning - Atomic Learning narrated video tutorials are ready when you are!
Need help getting started with Sakai? Want to learn more about organizing your course content, communication tools, and assignments? Do you have questions about video conferencing, document cameras, SMART boards and other equipment on campus? Review our new self-paced training modules on Sakai and Electronic Classrooms! Click on this news feature for more information.
The ITS Green Team was created in the Fall of 2012 to help promote green practices within our department. Our awesome team meets monthly to promote initiatives geared toward a more sustainable work place. We are always in search of new ways to “Go Green!” and are looking for enthusiastic staff to join in the fun. Click here to see what we have been up to, and how you can get involved!
Record, share, and archive your class lectures with Panopto, a new lecture capture platform that Loyola piloted in 2013. Panopto software provides an all-in-one interface to record screen content and video of the instructor simultaneously.