Faculty Technology Resources

This page lists technology-related resources for Main Campus and Medical Center faculty members. Click here for technology resources specific to Medical Center faculty members

How do I …

Make my course site available to my students? (Blackboard)
Publish a course? (Canvas)
Record my lectures?
Get help with developing content for my course site?
Start a Web conference with my students?
View Georgetown technology policies?
View current class schedules?
View publications by other faculty?
Share a Blackboard Collaborate recording with my students?
Manage my faculty profile?
Share documents with colleagues?  (using GU Box, the university's cloud storage tool)
Purchase software?
Get a new computer?
Order phone service and order voicemail for my office? 
Order a mobile device?
View AT&T or Verizon international travel and calling plans?
Change my NetID password?
Connect to SaxaNet? (Georgetown's wireless network)
Install and connect to the Georgetown VPN? (the GU VPN [Virtual Private Network] enables you to access virtual servers and EFS storage)
Complete a Data Security Plan? (You need to complete this plan if you're required to document data handling for a project or program.)
Use the Canvas learning management system
Request assistance with my faculty profile in GUFaculty360? Send your questions to gu360help@georgetown.edu. 
Request to have a delegate in my department work on my faculty profile? Send an email to gu360help@georgetown.edu granting your delegate permission to edit your information. 

Tools for Teaching Remotely
  • Echo 360 (record and share lectures)
  • List of More Remote Teaching Tools (from the Educational Technologies Group)
  • Zoom (Web-based tool that enables you to remotely hold meetings with students and colleagues. Participants can connect with a desktop or laptop computer, or with an iOS or Android mobile device.) 
Login Pages
Training Workshops
Other Resources
Getting Help

Resources to help you find out more about a service, or get help for an urgent computing-related problem.