Approved Collegewide Educational Technologies
Below is a list of approved educational technologies for in-person and online classrooms that support teaching and learning. The Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology (OLET) has reviewed, approved, and negotiated with each vendor on the list based on several criteria, including privacy and accessibility, with input from classified staff, faculty, administrators, and students. The Technology Committee and Teaching and Learning with Technology Roundtable endorsed the Educational Technology Rubric in Fall 2021, which provides a clear list of criteria for assessing potential tools.
Employees are invited to submit proposals for educational technology tools, including those that integrate with Canvas, Google, and CityZoom. Please complete the Educational Technology Request Form on the Online Learning Forms and Links page under Forms.
Canvas is the required system for all online and remote classes and may be used by face-to-face classes.
Canvas Guides and Canvas Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), also know as an Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR)
(Fully funded by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office)
CCSFmail (gmail) is the official student email account used at the City College of San Francisco, and this allows the use of collaboration tools such as Google Docs, and other office suite applications. As an employee, if you don't have a CCSFmail account, you can fill out a form to request an employee CCSFmail account which will give you access to these collaborative tools.
CityZoom at CCSF
On January 7th, 2021, IT migrated our CCCConfer Zoom account to CCSF's CityZoom, giving us more administrative control over our Zoom account for employees of CCSF. CityZoom is also the name of the LTI or App in Canvas. Any Apps added to CityZoom at the account level may influence how you use CityZoom in Canvas.