Faculty Services

The Writing Center/Writing Across the Curriculum offers a range of services to faculty, from customized tutoring based on specific assignments to innovative curriculum development. You can:


The Office of Disability Services offers assistance to faculty in a variety of ways.  Please see our website for information on how to:

  • Use Clockworks, ODS' new online data management program (course accommodation records, emails, tests and exams administration, etc.)
  • Refer a student to ODS
  • Obtain ODS' suggested statement to include in your syllabi for students with disabilities
  • Incoporate UDL principles in the design of your courses
  • Request assistance in making your course materials accessible
  • Determine effective teaching strategies according to your students' individual needs

Important Update! 

The Office of Disability Services is excited to introduce ClockWork, an online management system for university-approved accommodations. With this new technology, you will be able to:

  • Quickly view Course Accommodation Records for classroom, testing, and other accommodations
  • Efficiently schedule exams and upload related document files for students who receive testing accommodations proctored in our center

To access your online account, follow the instructions below:

If you experience any technical difficulty during login, please contact the IT Help Desk directly at Extension 2255, externally at (504) 865-2255, or via email at helpdesk@loyno.edu

Important Note: As always, students are responsible for notifying instructors of their approved accommodations at the beginning of each semester OR as soon as they are fully registered with ODS. Instructors are responsible for accessing and acknowledging Course Accommodation Records online and then implementing the accommodations as outlined. All inquiries or concerns about the appropriateness of an accommodation determination should be communicated directly to our office via phone, email, or in person. 

 

The Office of Disability Services ADA Faculty Handbook may be accessed by clicking on the following link: