New Faculty Resources
Learning & Teaching Collaborative
The focus of the Learning and Teaching Collaborative (LTC) is to promote student success and growth through the continued development and enhancement of our faculty and instructors. The LTC offers a number of services, events, and resources to support student learning in and outside the classroom.
Faculty Technology Center
The Faculty Technology Center (FTC) provides IT support, consultations, and innovative solutions to faculty and graduate teaching assistants tailored to their individual teaching, research, and operational needs. Services include workshops and webinars, customized workshops by request, one-on-one consultations, virtual assistance, and events.
Information Technology Services delivers University-tailored and enterprise grade technology infrastructure, security, applications, communications and services to empower and enable the research, teaching and administrative functions of LSU. ITS embraces operational excellence and industry best practices to supply enterprise architecture and IT shared services supporting the LSU system.
LSU Online Design & Development Team
The LSU Online Design & Development (D&D) team supports all LSU faculty to create learning experiences for online and blended courses. Team members collaborate with faculty to determine the best approach to design, develop, and deliver their course content in a way that achieves desired learning goals. Visit the LSU Online Faculty Resources and Support page to explore various resources and professional development offerings related to course development and teaching, as well as to schedule a consultation to receive individualized support from your college-dedicated D&D team member.
Communication across the Curriculum
The LSU CxC team has been researching, exploring, testing, creating, and applying Communication-Intensive (C-I) pedagogy within undergraduate courses at all levels, from freshman to senior, spanning all disciplines—from STEM and the social sciences, to the arts and humanities, and everything in between. LSU CxC is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of teachers, researchers, scholars, and practitioners committed to continuously investigating the connections and interactions.
Ready to start planning your Communication-Intensive (C-I) course? Need some guidance as you navigate your C-I course? CxC is here to help facilitate these connections.
The LSU Library is the main library. Centrally located on the quad, it is an active and energetic part of academic life at LSU. Students and faculty find a great variety of academic support and resources for research available through the library. It is the only twenty-four-hour study location on campus, offering resources and services to faculty and students in all departments. Subject specialists are available to students and faculty in person and online for personalized research consultations, copyright support, and help navigating our world-class collections and resources.