Online Teaching Resources
Blackboard Learn is the learning management system in use at St. John’s University. You can access your Blackboard courses through MySJU. Engage students, host discussions, accept student assignments, organize course content, track student progress, and disseminate grades all in one place. Learn more about Blackboard by visiting the Blackboard Instructor Resources webpage, here.
Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) supports excellence in teaching and encourages research, publications, and other scholarly and creative work produced by the University’s faculty. In addition, CTL hosts workshops and other events throughout the academic year. Register for a workshop
E-Studio offers assistance with University-supported technologies, one-on-one training, and conducts the Portable Professor workshops to promote use of technology in both virtual and face-to-face classrooms. You can also learn about emerging technologies. Register for a workshop.
University Library Resources
The St. John's University Libraries support teaching and learning by providing information resources, instructional services, and other support for students and faculty.
St. John’s University supports a wide range of technology for both online and face-to-face teaching. Some of the tools supported include the following:
- Academic Integrity – Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor
- Antiplagiarism – Turnitin
- Multimedia and Video - Panopto
- Web conferencing and synchronous online communication – WebEx
- For more information about SJU supported technologies click here.
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching and learning materials that you may use without charge. If you need images, project ideas, a look at a syllabus from a course in a similar discipline, or ideas for lessons, OER can provide answers and inspiration, as well as save time and money.
Learn more about Open Educational Resources.