Teaching Resources

Canvas LMS

Canvas LMS from Instructure is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) It is a scalable platform that used by education organizations of all sizes and types, from individual classrooms to large universities, and from blended to fully virtual learning.


Moodle is a cloud-based learning management solution that provides businesses and educational institutions with tools to design customizable training courses. It comes with a centralized dashboard, which enables users to track course completion and monitor students' progress using predictive analytics.

These modules have been prepared by the Department of Information Systems and Computer Science (DISCS) of the Loyola Schools (LS) of the Ateneo de Manila University. They are designed to be online learning materials for using the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS), which is deployed for the Loyola Schools by the IT Resource Management Office. DISCS has been using Moodle for over 12 years.
These modules are designed to be used sequentially for first-time users. More experienced users may jump to any topic they prefer. They are not designed to be exhaustive reference materials, and focus on the most commonly used and more effective features.

Learning Management Platforms

Canvas LMS


Google Classroom

Other Online Learning Resources

Google Hangouts

Google Meet

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Educators Center

G Suite and Google Teacher Center


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AteneoBlueCloud will brand not only our virtual campus, but also the vibrant online community of learners and educators that we hope to build. It will be distinguished by the essential markers of Jesuit education, which is designed to transform the whole person into someone imbued with the spirit of magis and cura personalis. This means continuing to educate a person who can think critically, collaboratively, and creatively, and, at the same time, serve and lead with competence and character.

Online or onsite, we shall continue to shape Ateneans who are sharp in mind and large of heart, bearing compassion for others, and drawing inspiration from the love of Christ as mediated by the powerful spirituality of Ignatius Loyola.

—From the 7 May 2020 memo of Fr Jose Ramon T Villarin SJ, President, Ateneo de Manila University