Curricular Technology Tools

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Evergreen provides a range of technologies for faculty to utilize in their teaching. Below are some of the primary options available by request via the Academic Technologies dashboard.

Help choosing the right tool

Academic technology support is built on the idea that technical staff consult and connect faculty with the appropriate technology to support their teaching. This is accomplished through one-on-one consultation, connecting faculty to appropriate technology resources and resource providers.


A full-featured Learning Management System (LMS) which replaced Moodle (as of May 2014). Canvas offers a full suite of online tools for discussions, providing feedback, rubrics, quizzes, communicating with students, and much more. For an introduction to Canvas basics, self-enroll into our online Orientation for Faculty and/or contact Academic Technologies staff, Bridget Irish, for in-person and faculty-team training. Learn more...


WordPress is a web publishing platform with a focus on ease of use, aesthetics, and web standards. WordPress in the curriculum can be used to create publicly accessible websites including curricular sites, blogs, faculty professional sites and student academic journals. Many faculty use a public WordPress curricular site in conjunction with a private LMS site. Learn more...


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Wikis are most often used when faculty want their students to create an online, collaborative knowledge-base. Evergreen uses the same base install of Mediawiki found at but can be customized to meet your needs. Some faculty have used wikis at Evergreen as a staging ground for student publishing at Wikipedia. Learn more...

Program Fileshares

Orca Program Shares are networked file space accessible only by the Faculty and registered students for a particular program. They can be accessed from both on and off campus. These folders are cycled and purged every quarter in order to provide sufficient workspace needed to meet curricular needs. Learn more...

Other websites

Using something else? Let Academic Computing know, we'd love to link to it and make it easier for your students and the rest of us to find it. Still using If you are still using these pages contact Academic Computing and they can work with you to maintain or assist you in migrating to our newer publishing platforms. Learn more...

Computer Classroom Reservations

Contact Academic Computing to schedule a computer classroom in either the Computer Center or CAL. There are 6 classrooms with 25 stations plus a teaching station connected to a projector. See: Computer Labs and Classrooms for a listing of all computer classrooms on campus.

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