Educational Technology

Educational Technology is part of Library & Technology Services, along with Information Technology Services and the Louis L. Biro Law Library. To make the most of the technology used in both our online and traditional courses, one-on-one and group training sessions are available to faculty, staff, and students throughout the academic year. The Educational Technology (Ed Tech) team offers training in a variety of areas, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Mac and Windows operating systems, Google services, iOS, Moodle, and more. To schedule training or get more information, contact a member of our team.

Educational Technology Staff

Name Title Extension
Chris Bevard Assistant Director for Educational Technology ext. 723
Tony Jeswald eLearning Instructional Designer ext. 114
Joseph Goudreault Digital Media Production Assistant ext. 159

Additionally, the Ed Tech team handles the training, design guidelines, and best practices for all online course development in Moodle as part of John Marshall’s extensive distance education program. View the Moodle guide here:

Moodle@JMLS: An Instructor's Guide to the Basics

Distance Education

UIC John Marshall offers the largest online legal education program in the country. To that end, the Ed Tech team provides expertise in the areas of emerging classroom technology, mobile access, pedagogical concerns, instructional design, and other areas as related to the development and delivery of online courses. The use of Moodle as a learning management system at UIC John Marshall offers many possibilities for interactive online course content. Our goal is to make your experience as an online instructor or course developer the best it can be so that, in turn, our online students recognize UIC John Marshall as a content-rich frontrunner in the online course market. If you have questions regarding online course development, please contact Chris Bevard to schedule an appointment.

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