OIT provides free computer training resources to current St. Edward's students, faculty and staff.
Just-in-Time Training Resources
- Support articles at support.stedwards.edu allow you to search for help by tool (e.g., Gmail, Box, Panopto).
- LinkedIn Learning gives students, faculty and staff access to thousands of video tutorials on various software.
- The OIT training YouTube channel features more than 140 short video tutorials that cover a wide variety of topics, including university-supported systems and software. These brief videos answer some of the most common software questions on campus.
- Most university-supported tools also provide in-app support resources or help pages.
Face-to-Face Training Workshops
We also offer training by request. Please fill out our training request form to schedule a session with one of our staff.
Class Training for Faculty
Our training staff can conduct a session for your classroom on any supported software program. We will work with you to adjust our workshop to fit your curriculum. Please fill out our Class Training for Faculty Form to schedule a training session.
If you're working on a time-sensitive project, we can arrange a personal appointment with one of our trainers. Please fill out our One-on-One Request Form to sign up for an appointment.
Instructional Technology offers in-depth Instructional Design services for faculty and provides one-on-one faculty consultations. Our team works with faculty to design their courses with the appropriate technologies to address desired learning goals and accurate assessment.
We train faculty on using Canvas, Qualtrics, blogs, digital audio and video tools, streaming services, podcasting, and online classroom environments.
Please submit a support case to request a faculty consultation and schedule a meeting with one of our instructional designers.
We can keep your staff up to speed with new technology, and we'll work with you to fit our sessions to your department needs. Please fill out the Department Training Request Form to schedule a group training session for your department. An example of a department training: An overview of using G Suite Tools
Screencasting: Video Tutorials
A screencast is a video capture of action on a computer screen, usually with voice narration. Screencasts are often instructional in nature, allowing the creator to explain how to use a software program, like on our training YouTube channel or LinkedIn Learning, or to demonstrate how to solve math problems on a digital "whiteboard" like Khan Academy.
Our training staff can assist your office with planning your screencast project, developing a production process, coaching on how to prepare scripts and technical training on screencasting software like Camtasia. Training staff may also offer production assistance on eligible university projects.
For any training-related requests or questions, you can submit a support case.