Technology Mediated Instruction

The Educational Technology Department provides academic, technical, and administrative support to CCSF faculty using mediated technology in teaching and learning. This includes support for faculty teaching telecourses as well as online classes and techenhanced face-to-face classess using Insight (powered by Moodle), CCSF's Learning Management System.

Distance Learning

CCSF offers distance learning via online and telecourses.

Guidelines for Assigning Online Classes
In order for a faculty member to be assigned an online class, it is a college requirement that the faculty member be well trained in the pedagogy of online learning. Such training is completed with the Educational Technology Department.

Faculty who have not been approved by the Educational Technology Department to teach an online class cannot be assigned to teach either a hybrid-online or a fully online class. Assigning "Staff" to an online section does not meet with this district requirements.

Federal, State and WASC requirements for delivering of quality distance education programs support such requirements.

Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact the Educational Technology Department Chair, Cynthia Dewar, at

Tech-enhanced Learning

Audio, visual, and web resources classes. Faculty who wish to use Insight to supplement their face-to-face class should visit:

Instructors wanting to tech-enhance their face-to-face class with Insight are required to complete training. The training is offered online as a four-week course and is offered in a seven hour workshop over two to three days. Flex credit available for either option. For more information visit