Whether you're a faculty member or a student, BC's teaching and learning resources are here to help. You can reach out to the Center for Teaching Excellence for support, learn more about Canvas, or discover what classroom spaces and technology are available to you.

Boston College provides free access to thousands of courses on LinkedIn Learning, giving students, faculty, and staff an opportunity for self-paced learning about topics that interest them.

Our partner, the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) supports instructors throughout their careers to create engaging and inclusive learning environments for their students.

Our partner, the Center for Digital Innovation in Learning (CDIL) collaborates with faculty members from across the university in the design of thoughtful technology-enhanced learning experiences.

Canvas is a Learning Management System (LMS) designed to help faculty share course content, administer and grade assignments, and manage asynchronous interactions such as online discussions. A course site is provided for every course at BC, and students and instructors are automatically enrolled.

JupyterHub gives users access to Jupyter Notebook environments (computational environments and resources) virtually. Instructors can make individual workspaces (e.g., "Hubs") available to students using shared resources, managed by system administrators.

ITS provides support for classroom technology including projectors, audio systems, and video.