Technology Support for Students

This site is managed by Teaching & Learning Technologies. The purpose is to provide students with how-to guides and videos to assist them in using instructional technologies for academic work.

IMPORTANT: Moodle, Nazareth’s learning management system, was updated Spring of 2023.  View the video below to learn more, or check out this infographic. 

Written Technical Support Resources
Click on each collapsible logo to navigate to resources relating to each system or click the 3 lines in the upper left-hand corner and pick a system name. 

1. Moodle: Nazareth College uses Moodle as an online classroom platform. Find information about editing your profile, navigating your course page, managing notifications, etc. In the Moodle Activities  section, find instructional content about how to submit assignments , creating discussion posts, taking quizzes, and more.


3. Echo360: Echo360 is the platform in which classroom recordings or classroom livestreams are broadcasted. As some courses will be completely online or a hybrid model, Echo360 has instructional content on how to access the recorded seminars or view a live broadcast of class from a computer. 


2. Google: Nazareth uses the Google Education suite to power its email and cloud services applications. Find instructional content about how to utilize Google Drive and the different applications available to students.

4. Respondus LockDown: This is a academic integrity tool to support exams and quizzes that are taken online. 

5. ePortfolio: Some courses or academic programs require a portfolio of your learning to be submitted for evaluation. This section holds instructional content on accessing the portfolio, uploading content, submitting your portfolio, and making revisions after reviewing it.


6. Zoom: Zoom is the video conferencing platform for synchronous virtual meetings for classes or appointments. This section will give instructional content on accessing zoom and some technical tips on how to use it.  


Instructional Videos

Need additional help?

Click the Infobase image for instructional videos to help you with Moodle. You will be asked to log in using your MyNaz username and password before you can view any videos.