Technology for Learning
Emory's extensive technology infrastructure provides access to online resources from virtually anywhere on campus.
Classes use online systems for course material, presentations, testing and student-teacher interaction. Students also go online to enroll in classes, view grades and check financial information.
The Office of Information Technology oversees the campus infrastructure that includes:
Faculty and students use the online course management system Blackboard for 24/7 access to survey and testing tools, e-mail and messaging, announcements, syllabi and course outlines.
Emory community members use the online community tool LearnLink for academic and co-curricular activities.
Students use the online system OPUS to access business records. Prospective students can check the status of financial aid award and application materials. Enrolled students can choose classes, change schedules and view grades, academic history and financial information.
Office 365 provides undergraduate students with email, calendars and instant messaging services, all accessible from a web browser or mobile device.