Instructional Technology Specialists
There is an Instructional Technology Specialist for each campus. Drop by and see them or make an appointment by clicking on their appointment calendar. Please allow 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment.
|Campus||Instructional Technology Specialist||Office||Phone||Appointments|
|Cascade||Michael Moss||CA TH 203||971-722-5198||Make an Appointment|
|Sylvania||Melany Budiman||SY LIB 208||971-722-4459||Make an Appointment|
|Rock Creek||Rondi Schei||RC TLC 7/117||971-722-7265||Make an Appointment|
|Southeast||Andre Temkin||SE Mt. Tabor 113||971-722-6130||Make an Appointment|
Or meet one-on-one with an IS Consultant to discuss your specific needs and how various instructional technology tools could help. Feel free to contact Greg Kaminski or Peter Seaman to arrange an appointment in your office. Their positions are college-wide.
- Contact us to schedule one-on-one or group session.
Information on stipends for part-time faculty
Stipends for part-time faculty are available for all ITS D2L and Collaborate training sessions. Part-time stipends are disbursed in two-hour increments: 2 hours ($25), 4 hours ($50), or 8 hours ($100). Since ITS training sessions vary in length, you may need to attend multiple sessions to meet the time requirements. Each session will have a sign-up sheet to record participation.
Stipends for ITS sessions will be facilitated by the Distance Learning department. Contact Nellie Long (x4381) for questions about payments.
Sloan-C Workshops & Membership Information
D2L Overview (1.5 hours)
See dates and register for D2L Overview session.
The Overview Workshop is for instructors who would like an overview of the basics and how you could use D2L, an online tool that can be used to post class materials, have students interact online, offer online quizzes, track grades, and more. These sessions listed below are scheduled for 1.5-hours where you will learn an overview of the basics and explore what D2L can do for you.
D2L Assignments-Discussions Session (1.5 hours)
See dates and register for D2L Assignments-Discussions session.
For instructors who would like to use the Assignments tool for students to submit their assignments so they don't clutter your email and use Discussions area as a way for students to collaborate outside of classroom.
D2L Quizzes Session (1 hour)
See dates and register for D2L Quizzes session.
For instructors who would like to utilize the quizzes functionality in the Learning Management System, D2L. You can free up some class time for other things in class by posting your quizzes in D2L.
D2L Gradebook Session (1 hour)
See dates and register for D2L Gradebook session.
The Grades Overview Workshop is for instructors who would like to utilize the gradebook functionality in the Learning Management System, D2L. Your students can track their grades anytime as soon as you post them, protect their privacy and save paper from printing out their grades.
Collaborate Overview Session (1.5 hours)
See dates for Collaborate Overview session.
For instructors or staff who would like to use a Web conferencing system, Collaborate for online collaboration, meetings, discussion, and desktop sharing.
How to Make Your Documents Accessible (90 minutes)
See dates and register for How to Make Your Documents Accessible session.
This training will teach you how to make your D2L web pages, PDFs, Microsoft Word documents and PowerPoint accessible. (contact Karen Sorensen for more info).
Online Instructor Orientation
This training is available by invitation only. Those interested in teaching online should start the discussion with their department chair or dean. The dean or chair is responsible for submitting a “course request” in order to initiate the process. (contact Dennis Hitchcox for more info).
Please contact your campus IT Specialist for one-on-one training for the following topics.
MyPCC Course Tools Overview
Tools include a course news, instructor information, course updates, and the ability to upload files, photos and links. Gain an understanding of the possible tools and how to use them to support your classes.
Image Scanning and Editing
Turn photos into digital format with a flatbed scanner. We will show you how to do basic editing, like crop, adjust brightness/contrast, or adjust color using Photoshop Elements. Get images ready for the web or to email to students.
Camtasia - Teaching online with a voice
Camtasia is a screenshot creation tool to create video tutorials of an on screen action. Add media & interactive hot spots to enhance your lecture. See the different applications you can use with Camtasia; create a storyboard, and learn the basic tools.
Create an instructional web page the easy way. Your page will include contact information, an image, and a link from the Staff Directory.