There is a variety of technology available in physical classrooms. In addition, we offer virtual meeting spaces through GoToTraining. Click here to see a summary of classroom technology equipment listed by building. See our GoToTraining information page to learn how to get started with our synchronous web-conferencing tool.
La Salle’s instructional design team as well as other campus groups offer educational technology training for faculty and staff through face-to-face workshops and online training sessions. Click here to request an educational technology training from the ID team. In addition, faculty planning to teach online and hybrid classes can take the Collaboration Online Plus training course offered by the La Salle University Online division.
On the University portal, you can find information such as handbooks and policies in the Faculty Resources section and resources for technical support and multimedia services in the Technology section. The Frequently Asked Questions page of the La Salle University Online website also contains helpful answers to questions about teaching online.
To get more personalized help with technology, faculty and staff can contact La Salle’s Help Desk at online at http://helpdesk.lasalle.edu, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on the phone at 215.951.1860, or in person in Olney Hall, Room 200. For assistance with using technology in your hybrid and online classes, you can contact the instructional design team at IDteam@lasalle.edu. Check for the latest news and information on technology on campus by visiting our blog.
La Salle offers a variety of fully online and blended learning academic programs. Find a list of online programs at the La Salle University Online website.
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