About the TLC
The TLC is part of the Educational Technology Department. The TLC organizes educational technology professional development trainings for faculty and staff. Training is delivered in a variety of modes to meet the needs of CCSF faculty, staff, and administration.
From hands-on workshops, to online trainings, to sessions created specifically for your department's needs, the TLC wants you to feel comfortable using the tools we all need as educators in the 21st century.
For more detailed information about the accomplishments of the TLC and its involvement with the Desktop Upgrade Initiative, see the TLC Reports page.
The open lab for all CCSF Faculty and Staff is located in Batmale Hall, room 313 on the Ocean campus. CCSF employees appreciate working in this quiet environment. Computer applications not available on the standard CCSF desktop or laptop, such as Dreamweaver, Contribute, and PhotoShop, are available on lab comptuers. Additional computers and a printer are located in Batmale 422 for those who need to work during evenings and weekends. We thank the departments in Batmale Hall who have donated toner to keep the printer available.
The TLC provides on-site support for those educational technologies and applications by staff and student interns/lab aides. Come in to work on a project knowing that help is nearby!
Any faculty or staff who are experiencing technological difficulties with hardware (desktop computers, projectors, etc.) or software (passwords, program updates, etc.) should contact the ITS Help Desk. You may reach the Help Desk 24/7 at 239-3711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TLC and DLTS Coordinators, Shannon Nixon and Lisa Yamashiro train CCSF employees to use Canvas and other technologies that support instruction in the classroom and improve communication and collaboration within our campus community.
Faculty Workshop Leaders
The Ed Tech Department offers small grants to CCSF faculty who share their knowledge about educational technology software and hardware to the CCSF community in the form of workshops. Past workshop topics have included Google Hangouts, Turnitin, and topics on Accessibility.