Blackboard, USC’s eLearning platform, is used by instructors to post and distribute course content such as syllabuses and handouts, communicate with students via announcements and email messages, and assess student learning through quizzes and online assignments.
ITS Learning Environments supports the audiovisual technology in 198 general-assignment classrooms, 20 auditoria, and 4 ITS-managed computing centers, including 5 instructional classrooms within those computing centers.
- Learning Environments Laptop Loaner Program
Information Technology Services provides loaner laptops at the general-use computing centers in King Hall, Salvatori Computing Center, and Waite Phillips Hall. This service is only available to currently enrolled USC students with a valid USCard.
- Learning Environments Printing Services
ITS’s Learning Environments provides printing service at each of the three general-use computing centers in King Hall, Salvatori Computer Science Center and Waite Phillips Hall. Large format plotter printing is available at the King Hall computing center.
- USC Computing Centers
This page includes information on the location and operating hours of the USC Computing Centers as well as the technology and software that can be found at these computing centers.
The ITS learning space design group assists in the design and integration of USC learning spaces, conference rooms and general-use auditoria.
lynda.com is an online training provider offering more than 2,380 video-based courses on a broad range of computing and technology topics.
This is the USC Shoah Foundation’s main website. The foundation is dedicated to making audio-visual interviews with survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides a compelling voice for education and action. Other USC Shoah Foundation websites include:
IWitness is an online application for school educators and their students, giving them access to watch, search, and learn from more than 1,300 video testimonies of survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust.
- USC Shoah Foundation, Visual History Archive (VHA)
USC faculty, students, and staff connected to the USC Network can search through nearly 52,000 audiovisual testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides.
- Online Access to the Testimonies in the USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive (VHA)
The USC Shoah Foundation provides a variety of services to enable filmmakers, exhibitors, museums, libraries, and universities to make use of the VHA’s nearly 52,000 testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides for educational purposes.