Workshops on Demand

Just-in-Time Training on Your Terms

The TLC is proud to announce that we are now offering custom, on-demand workshops and webinars on a variety of topics. Not able to attend one of our pre-scheduled sessions? Please complete the form below to request a training tailored to suit your department's needs. If you would like to request multiple sessions, please submit an additional forn for each new topic. If you would like the print version of this form, please complete the Workshop On Demand form.  For more information, please contact us at: tlc@ccd.edu.

Event Details

1. Please give an estimate of how many many participants will be attending.

2. Please enter the preferred location. Note: The location may be subject to availability and estimated number of participants.

3. Below is a list of possible topics/ideas for your department's individualized workshop. Please select one topic per form submission. Selecting a topic will display a brief description. Not seeing what you're looking for, please select "Other" and briefly describe the desired training.

Briefly describe the topic you would like covered in your custom workshop.

This workshop will explore the andragogy and methods of developing assignments and rubric writing followed by a brief introduction to the D2L rubrics tool.

Learn the best practices for using our Learning Management System (LMS) called Desire2Learn (D2L). Topics include: Assignments, Discussions, Grades, Quizzes, etc.

TLC staff would come to your class for 15-30 minutes to go over D2L navigation, answer questions, etc.

Learn some strategies for increasing student engagement and active participation in your courses.

Learn and practice techniques for creating accessible course materials, using tools such as Word and PowerPoint.

Learn how you can leverage the many features in Office 365 to enhance students online experience.

Learn the basics of the YuJa video storage platform. You can use video content to enhance your course materials.

The faculty Digital Storytelling Certificate is a 3-part series designed to establish skills in the understanding and use of digital storytelling to implement digital storytelling into a course(s). The training series begins with foundational skills then progresses to advanced training and the final part of the series is the Faculty Learning Committee (FLC).  The training series completion time is 3 weeks. The Foundations and Advanced training are 4 hours in-person/Webex with 1 hour as individual work time outside of training. The FLC is a one-hour review of your proposed course assignment in-person/Webex. Thus, the total time commitment is 11 hours.  Once faculty complete the program, they get a certificate of completion and can begin to integrate digital storytelling into their classes.

In order to prepare the most appropriate training topics, please complete the DST Pre-survey.

Please submit this form to the Teaching Learning Center at least one week in advance for us to begin building a customized session for you!