Instructional and Business Continuity
We are committed to continuing our teaching and learning activities and business operations despite disruptions in face to face interaction.
The Office of Academic Services can help professors connect with cutting edge technology around teaching and learning, current pedagogical research, and innovative assessment instruments. Contact Gautam Saha, Manager of Educational Technology and Instructional Design for more information or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canvas digital learning platform
For technical help email email@example.com, call the 24/7 support line at +1 833 476 1171, or open a live chat within Canvas 9-5 EST.
Meeting Rooms and Conference technology
All meeting rooms and classrooms are equipped with projection screens and projectors, an internet connected PC, laptop connection, document camera, videoconferencing systems and conference phones.
We also maintain a special telepresence conferencing room with our Washington, DC campus that supports linked simultaneous teaching and learning with students and faculty across continents.
Please open a ticket with GUQ Helpcenter for any inquiries or additional AV requests. For urgent AV inquiries, please call 4457 8131.
Library Services for Faculty Teaching
Library staff are available to help you with your research and online research profile, develop resource guides and provide skills training for your students, or help you source classroom resources. Textbooks for courses are handled through the bookstore.
Teaching and Learning Scholarship
Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS)
CNDLS is the home to the scholarship of teaching and learning at Georgetown University. Whether it’s rethinking course design, assessing curriculum, or creating a dynamic digital archive, CNDLS can help faculty to align teaching practices with student learning, or help maintain instructional continuity. Contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Englehard Project for Connecting Life and Learning
GU-Q faculty are invited to participate in the Englehard Project for Connecting Life and Learning, which focuses on teaching the whole student by incorporating health and well-being issues into the classroom.