Getting your semester started can take some planning but there’s plenty of support.
Meet with an Instructional Designer
TLED instructional designers are available to meet with you to help you plan course activities, design your syllabus and/or offer ideas on engaging students and instructional strategies. Instructional designers can also help you redesign a course. Contact an instructional designer.
Library Services for Faculty
One-on-One Reference Help
Reference help is available via chat, email, phone and in-person. Visit the Ask a Librarian page for detailed contact information.
Check with your department on specific details for ordering textbooks. Books are ordered through FacultyEnlight. If you need help using FacultyEnlight, please visit the quickstart page for FacultyEnlight.
First Day Classes
First Day is a program where the cost of digital course materials is included with students’ class fees for a particular class or program. Students will have access to course materials from the very first day. For more information visit the First Day page for students.
Upload your Syllabus
Need help with uploading your syllabus to Lighthouse? Contact a Faculty Instructional Support Specialist.
Faculty Resource Centers
Every ACC Campus maintains a Faculty Resource Center with up-to-date computer software and technology, and instructional equipment. Faculty Instructional Support Specialists are available for on-hand assistance. View the Faculty Resource Center page for locations and hours.
Create a website
Consider creating a google website for your students with information about yourself, the courses you teach and any other information you think your students need to get them started on the right path for your course. Need help with creating a Google Site? Request help from a Faculty Instructional Support Specialist.
Testing Information for Faculty
ACC Testing Centers are available at every campus and offer a variety of testing services. Learn more about ACC Testing Centers.
Teaching an Online Course?
Before an ACC faculty member can teach online, the Distance Learning Instruction Series (DLIS) must be completed. The DLIS is an online training required for any faculty member wanting to teach online. To get enrolled into the DLIS training, please visit the ACC Workshop database page.
Questions about the DLIS training? Please contact Michelle Escudier at email@example.com
Visit the Teaching Online at ACC page for comprehensive information on ACC Distance Education.
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