TLC Workshops

SSCC TLC Workshops & LOTS Calendar


The five core instructional service applications your TLC team provides support and training for are Canvas, Office 365, Panopto, Zoom and Google Apps for Education (GA4E). Please also checkout our LyndaCampus library for quick 24/7 help with a wide variety of professional development and instructional design training courses, 


Check out our self-paced online professional development training library, LyndaCampus! This online training library is available to all registered SSC students and employees. Consider using any of it to supplement your curriculum, as well!


Your Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) team provides LOTS (Live Online TLC Support) and scheduled, training workshops, webinars, and meet ups for all SSC faculty, staff and administrators. 


If you can't find what you need please contact our TLC Associates and/or request what you're in need via our Instructional Services and Support Center (employee) form,


After attending one of our TLC Workshops we'd appreciate your anonymous feedback. 

Please take just a moment to fill out our feedback form:

Workshops, Webinars and LOTS Calendar

posted Feb 2, 2012, 10:29 AM by Sara Newman   [ updated Feb 4, 2014, 5:54 PM ]

Faculty Websites

posted Jan 11, 2012, 6:49 AM by Sara Newman

Faculty websites
Does your faculty (portal) website list your most current contact and course information?

Is yours listed here for students to find?

LOTS: "Sara by Noon" and "Jessie by Night"

posted Dec 27, 2011, 2:38 PM by Sara Newman

Sara by Noon, Jessie by Night
Need help with any of the following?
  • Google Apps for Education (GA4E)
  • Tegrity and/or Collaborate
  • Engrade
  • Instructor Briefcase
  • Office Applications
Get LOTS (Live Online TLC Support) help from Sara and/or Jessie during scheduled dates/times this winter quarter.

    Faculty TO DO List(s)

    posted Dec 12, 2011, 11:54 AM by Sara Newman

    Please bookmark (and visit regularly) this important TO DO list web page.

    COPYRIGHT Education - YouTube does a nice job of explaining it.

    posted Dec 4, 2011, 9:03 PM by Sara Newman

    Copyright - An education

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