Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services


Instructional Technology and Research Support

ITRS staff member assisting a student

Instructional Technology & Research Support (ITRS) is a service-oriented group committed to enriching the educational experience at Loyola University Chicago. Our mission is to assist faculty in their efforts to integrate technology into teaching, learning, and research for the purposes of improving the quality of education at Loyola. Hours of operation run parallel to when classes are in session and ITRS staff are readily-available for consultation at both lakeside campuses. Drop-in support locations include Corboy Law Center (605, 731-732), Granada Center (240, 290), and Information Commons (204).


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Instructional Technologies Course

Registration is now open for our Spring 2019 Instructional Technologies Course. This 6-week, comprehensive experience officially begins on Monday, 3/11 and runs through Friday, 4/19. Participants will spend about 8 hours a week engaged with the ITRS team, colleagues across the university, interactive activities, and relevant content. A certificate will be issued to participants successfully completing the course. For more information and to register online, please visit the Instructional Technologies Course page.


Zoom is a web conferencing solution that can be used to conduct synchronous online meetings and webinars. Faculty, staff, and students at Loyola can schedule and host meetings without a host license. Internal and external documentation is available, as well as training and consultation for faculty, staff, and students. Learn More

Information & Technology Showcase

Thank you to everyone who attended the Showcase this year! We hope that you found the conference informative and worthwhile. Our 4th Annual Information & Technology Showcase will take place on Thursday, February 21, 2019. More information will be coming soon.