DePaul University Center for Teaching & Learning > Instructional Technology
The Center for Teaching and Learning offers faculty a number of ways to learn about instructional technologies that promote engaging and effective learning experiences, including one-on-one appointments, workshops, and group trainings.
See the list below for information on each of the tools CTL supports.
Make an appointment with an instructional technology consultant for help with questions related to D2L, Panopto, Turn-It-In, and Zoom.
For answers to questions about teaching and learning technologies (D2L, Panopto, VoiceThread, Digication), please contact
CTL@depaul.edu. A Help Desk ticket will be created, and the appropriate staff will be looped in.
Note: Students should contact the Help Desk directly. Instructors should not contact on behalf of students.
DePaul’s Help Desk is the main point of contact for questions about other University-supported technologies.
The Help Desk is available during the following times, excluding university holidays.
Responses to requests and inquiries will be met within 48 hours. Time to troubleshoot a resolution may vary on a case-by-case basis.
To help save time, use the forms below to request help with common D2L tasks:
Request help with building out and/or updating the contents of a course.
Watch a video overview of the form here.
The tables below provide deadlines for completing a request. The turnaround time for a CAD request is two weeks. Requests submitted before the listed deadline will be completed prior to term start.
Note: Requests submitted after the deadline cannot be guaranteed by the start of the term. Requests are handled in the order they are received.
Online Learning Ambassadors (OLAs) are student employees of the Center for Teaching and Learning who provide support to courses with modalities that have remote students, primarily classes taught in Flex, Online Sync: Classroom-Link, Online: Synchronous, and Online: Hybrid. OLAs help with managing Zoom functions for the class and improve the overall teaching and remote learning experience for both faculty and students.
Request an OLA