Learning technologies can range from decisions about chalkboards versus whiteboards, to learning management systems and online activities, to fully digital projects and publication. We continually investigate technology resources that resonate with and support liberal arts learning.Resource List
Use poll everywhere for in class quizzes and polls that students (or other audiences) can answer from their laptops or smart phones.Learn MoreRequest account
Qualtrics is Oxy’s campus wide survey design and distribution platform.Create accountGo to Qualtrics
Moodle is our learning management system and is used by faculty and students to share course materials, upload assignments, create class discussion forums and more.Moodle HelpGo to Moodle
Bibliographic Management and Citation
Media and Audio Production
Adobe Creative Suite
located on computers in the Critical Making Studio and oMac Lab, ground floor of the Academic Commons
professional grade digital audio workstation, Critical Making Studio Audio Booth
level up from Garage Band to Logic X, Critical Making Studio Audio Booth
Data Analysis and Visualization
statistical analysis tool, available on public computers and for classroom use in Brown Lab and oMac Lab
quantitative analysis software, located on public computers and available for classroom use in Brown Lab and oMac Lab
Content Management and Web Publication
Create your own wordpress in OxyCreates
Oxy Creates is a workspace for all Oxy students, faculty and staff to do their own webhosting. The most popular use is to create wordpress sites for clubs, projects or classes.
The Global Crossroads web app is a content authoring platform for Oxy students, faculty, and staff to create, share and display research in progress on the McKinnon Center media wall.
Scalar, developed at USC, is a web authoring tool that allows users to create media-rich long form scholarly work.
Omeka is a tool that allows users to create collections and online exhibits of digital resources.