Faculty Resource Center
Welcome to the TBCC Faculty Resource Center. This resource is being developed to support the communication and information needs of all faculty members, both part-time and full-time. We are in the very early stages of development, so much of this will be the basis for something much much better.
Up Coming Event: Michael Weissenfluh The Whole Kit & Ca-Moodle
Presentation: Jennifer Webster Teaching Technology
Areas and Features for Future Development
- Information on Moodle basics, how Moodle fits within the overall structure of TBCC instruction.
- Practical information such as; who to contact, important timetables, and best practices.
- Creating tests and quizzes
- Expanded options for student submitted work.
- Using MyTBCC features such as the faculty page and course lists.
- Using video in class presentations. This includes faculty created videos, and best practices for the video creation including; tools, software, editing, and closed captioning.
- Faculty email; getting started as well as advanced features.
- Using Library resources to expand and enhance learning.
Electronic Hardware on Campus
- Computer usage guidelines including; installing software, saving work and peripheral devices.
- Using and trouble shooting the classroom podium computer and projector.
On Course Principles
- Overview of the OnCourse program, goals and techniques
- Utilizing shared OnCourse language, concepts and activities to assist students.
Information on the Facilities
- Opening and closing procedures and responsibilities
- What you need to know when teaching in North County, South County, and the Main Campus.
- Keys and alarm codes
- Mailboxes; location and usage
- Employment overview
- NOTAs explained
- Compensation for attending meetings
Services to refer students to
- Learning Center
- Articles by faculty
- Two way communication
- Up coming events and trainings
Any feedback, ideas, or suggestions are welcome. Please send them to
The Faculty Resource Center is being created with funds from the Juan Young Trust and a Title III grant from the Department of Education.