ITS Training Services provides a variety of online learning resources for CCAC students and employees. Check out the following resources:
Review the user accounts that you may have been provided for your job at the College.
The College has adopted a new password policy that requires you to change your Network Account and Colleague passwords every ninety (90) days.
Windows 7: What’s New! See the complete online course in Moodle.
Get to know your way around your desktop at CCAC.
Learn how to use Windows Explorer to help organize and manage your files.
Windows 7 search options can help you to find a lost or moved file.
All students with a NetID and all faculty with a CCAC network account have an academic mail and web account available to them. Any faculty or students wishing to have an academic mail and/or web account will need to establish a CCAC network account.
Get Organized with Outlook! Outlook is so much more than an email program. Outlook gives you tools to help organize your schedule, communicate effectively and manage the work that you do.
Outlook Web Access 2010
See the changes associated with web access and exchange
Get the messages you want and scrap the messages you don't.
In Outlook, delegate function allows you to give permission to another person to access certain features of your Outlook email account.
Sending email to groups of students or other persons? It is critical that you follow best practices when sending email to large groups.
Learn guidelines or "best practice" for the editors and authors for accessing and maintaining the departmental inbox, as authorized by the CCAC Marketing department.
All CCAC employees' PC's come installed with Gadwin PrintScreen.
Learn how to.. with our tips and techniques.
Office 2010: What’s New! See the complete online course in Moodle.
Do you do a lot of mailings in your office? Here are guidelines for creating efficient mailing lists and tips for doing a mail merge in Office.
As an excellent graphical tool, PowerPoint can enhance your presentation with graphs, pictures and animations. This page provides helpful tips to make your presentations engaging and efficient.
Publisher is the business publishing and marketing materials program that helps you create, design, and publish professional marketing and communication materials.
The computer industry continues to produce more effective media for file storage. Keep up with the times and use the most effective options for backing up your work and carrying files from place to place.
This Talkin' Tech provides guidance for those who: have more than one office, work from home or different locations throughout the College, and teach in multiple classrooms.
Ergonomics is a science which is concerned with the fit of people to their work. Learn tips to decrease fatigue and minimize injuries from long hours in front of a PC.
Follow these easy steps in managing your Email, Voice Mail and Colleague Purchasing Approvals while you are gone.
There have been many recent changes in technology that impact faculty and students in the classroom. Peruse this page to get the latest news and helps on Academic Email (for faculty and students), Academic Web Publishing, Blackboard and NetID and CCAC Central.
Information Security and Online Safety! See the complete online course in Moodle.
Identify a Phishing scam and What to do if you receive a Phishing scam.
Information on this page has been extracted from the National Cyber Alert System, which provides timely information about current and emerging threats and vulnerabilities as well as advice about protecting your computer and networks.
CCAC provides faculty, students, staff and the public a variety of online, web-based services.
To become a more effective and efficient online searcher, it is essential to understand how search engines work and how to enter effective search statements.