Faculty and Staff Resources
Our faculty and staff are the heart of our college. The resources below are available to you within the college.Please feel free to explore for more information.
San Jose City College has articulation agreements established with a variety of four-year institutions including the UC’s, CSU’s, private, and out-of-state colleges/universities. Click here to find out more!
Recognize the signs for help and access resources that can assist your students. The attached guide provides you information about your students and how to assist students in need on SJCC's campuses. Click here for the Crisis Helplines for students.
Our helpful Business Services Staff can assist you with campus facility use, district vehicle reservations, petty cash,budget planning, grant management and much more. For more information, please visit our Business Services site.
Need help on campus? Contact Campus Police at (408) 270-6468 or by email at DODP@sjeccd.edu.
Our experienced and knowledgeable (CTSS) staff can assist you with technical support, equipment repairs, installing approved software, and more! Visit the CTSS site for more information.
Need more information about our code of ethics? Access our Code of Ethics here for more information .
Our dedicated Grounds and custodial staff can assist you with many requests including moving furniture, set up facilities for events, etc. Please contact Custodial & Grounds for more information.
Evening and Saturday Administrators are on duty to assist you with any needs that may arise in and outside of the classroom after 5pm. The Evening Administrator can be reached through campus police at (408) 288-6468 or DODP@sjeccd.edu.
Need to rent a facility on campus for an event? Complete the Facility Use Request Form. For more information please contact Business Services.
You can access your courses through the Moodle Login!
To access your class roster, please visit MyWeb. Students also use this portal to register for classes.
The PDC offers the SJCC community a variety of activities that assist in their professional enrichment and development.
The Program Review process is designed to provide academic, student, and administrative areas the opportunity for review and assessment in relation to the College’s mission, vision, values and performance indicators. Findout more!
To receive your training and certificate for Safe Zone, please visit the Safe Zone Website. The instructions on how to access the training are located at the bottom of the page.
Find out more about our institutional, student, and program learning outcomes!
TracDat is a software application that provides academic and non-academic departments with an efficient and reliable mechanism for managing their assessment needs. This link will lead you to the TracDat Log In. You will need a User Name and a Password; both are assigned by the Lead TracDat Administrator. This Reference Guide was distributed at the training sessions; it can be used as a guide to enter the information on your program and course SLOs.
Need to check your email? Access SJCC email off campus here!
Online Learning Resources for Faculty
Provides e-conferencing services free of charge to all staff, faculty, and administrators in the California Community Colleges system. You can conduct meetings, live classes, office hours, and group discussions remotely, using document sharing, telephone conferencing, chat, and other technologies. CCC Confer uses Elluminate Live! software for its conferencing services. Note: Moodle has a module that integrates Elluminate Live. Click on Add Blocks on your homepage and select Elluminate Live!.
EduStream provides access to captioned, ADA-compliant educational videos, which you can link to from Moodle. It also provides free use of its streaming servers for instructional audio or video files that you have created. Access the EduStream User Manual and contact your Instructional Technologist for access to EduStream.
Need help with Moodle? Access the Moodle Instruction Guides below for help! The guides are divided into three categories:
Flexible Course Design for Diverse Learners UDL provides excellent guidelines for designing learning and developing materials for both online and face-to-face classes.
A collection of peer-reviewed online learning materials for higher education Rubric for Online Instruction (California State University Chico) This comprehensive rubric consists of six categories:
Learner Support & ResourcesOnline Organization & DesignInstructional Design & DeliveryAssessment & Evaluation of Student LearningInnovative Teaching with TechnologyFaculty Use of Student Feedback
The College and the District are striving towards our SJECCD Vision that, "By the year 2017, SJECCD becomes the premier institution for advancing opportunity, equity, and social justice for everyone through educational excellence".
With this in mind, the Board of Trustees created a board initiative to align our college's structure to become a premier institution. Below is the information regarding our Organizational Redesign.