TLC Faculty Resources

The TLC annually prepares this brochure of resources and contact information for faculty.

Resources for Online Instruction

Resources prepared by Academic Technology Service and Innovation (ATSI)  that will help faculty use the learning management system, Moodle, more effectively as in-classroom faculty members as well as online.

Technical Information for Working Remotely

A guide to working remotely and accessing UP resources prepared by Information Services.

Back to the Bluff: Faculty

Information for faculty members about preparing for fall 2020, expectations for teaching, technology, and the classroom environment can be found on PilotsUP at Back to the Bluff: Faculty.

UP TechTalk

UP Techtalk is a product of ATSI dedicated to conversations about using technology in education – and all the successes, issues, and thoughts that come when integrating technology into the curriculum. Recent articles include:Teams for Distance Learning Quickstart Guide, Need Moodle Resources? Check out our Moodle Guides Collection, and Secure Zoom Meetings.

Clark Library

Visit the Services for Faculty page to find a complete list of Library services including: course reserves, information literacy instruction, requesting and borrowing items from the UP library and beyond, research assistance, and multimedia instruction in the Digital Lab. If you have questions about the Clark Library contact: Jane Scott, Head of Public Services -


Academic Technology Services & Innovation

For help with academic applications/services, instructional design, multimedia design, and support for the integration of technology in teaching and learning.

Location: Tyson 109  

Help Desk

For help with personal email, network connections, desktop computers, software, and mobiles.

Location: Franz Hall 112
Phone: ext. 7000

Audio Visual Services

For help in the classroom with AV equipment support, classroom recordings, media conversion, Podcast Kit, computer carts, laptop carts, IPad carts.

Location: Buckley Center 18
Phone: ext. 7774


MediaSpace is a website, like YouTube, that enables staff, faculty and students to create, upload, and share media amongst other content opportunities. In other words, MediaSpace is for the storing and dissemination of videos. The main function University of Portland uses MediaSpace for is as a professional location to better store media content as well as give the user more control in who can see the video as well as what the viewer can see. Visit MediaSpace at

On The Bluff Studios

Visit  to find out how to access a student driven media production studio for videos, audio, graphic design, and other instructional media. OTBS is located in Tyson hall. To submit a request, go to the website.

Technology Tools

The following technology tools can be accessed using the UP Single Sign On Service 

  • EMS - Room Scheduling
  • Email - Outlook Webmail
  • LinkedIn Learning - Online Training
  • MediaSpace - Video Portal
  • Moodle - Learning Management System
  • Office 365 - Online version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and OneDrive
  • Microsoft Teams - Chat, Online Meetings, Collaboration
  • Qualtrics - Survey Tool
  • SmartEvals - Class Evaluations
  • Wordpress - Faculty Blogs
  • Virtual Desktop - Access a windows desktop anywhere.