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Technology Training

TLC Training Sessions

Sessions are held in the Technology Training Center in MSTC building (PDC Campus). All faculty and staff are eligible to attend. (Schedule TBD)

Contact Ext. 1300 to schedule training sessions for your department staff.

Flex Tech Institute

A full day of training sessions on a variety of topics. The Tech Institute may be held the day before Flex for all College of the Desert faculty. (Schedule TBD)

Classified Tech Institute

Two half-days of training sessions on a variety of technology topics. The Classified Tech Institute is held every year for all classified staff and classified supervisors and classified confidential. (Schedule TBD)

 @ONE Training

Whether you want to improve your online teaching skills, harness the power of multimedia or set up servers on your campus, we offer training that's:
¨ Convenient. Brush up on a skill over lunch with our Seminars or Self-Paced Classes.  ​ Or ​for intensive training, join a multi-week Online Class or Institute.
¨ Free or extremely low cost for California Community College faculty, staff and IT professionals.
Delivered by experts in technology and education, so what you learn can be immediately applied to your job.

The Professional Learning Network

The Professional Learning Network is a one-stop site for effective practices, trainings, and other resources for California Community Colleges faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees. The purpose of the Professional Learning Network, which was launched in April 2016, is to provide information and resources to college personnel on improving operations and student success.
The Professional Learning Network is funded by the CCC Chancellor’s Office as part of the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative. The idea for both the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative and the Professional Learning Network stems from the Student Success Task Force, which called for creating a system of support and sharing of effective practices across the California Community Colleges using technology.

Microsoft Higher Education Website

Teaching tips, software, applications, services, online resources and webcasts to help use Microsoft technologies in your classroom.

Microsoft Academic Resource Center

Tap into a rich network of people, software, and curriculum resources to support your teaching and professional goals.