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Faculty Resources

TCC Online's faculty support team assists faculty in developing distance learning courses and using instructional technology. The support team's goal is to assist faculty in enhancing course quality, facilitating student collaboration, and increasing student engagement and success. Faculty can develop their skills, knowledge and abilities through individualized coaching sessions, group coaching sessions, face-to-face workshops or online workshops.

TCC Online provides a wealth of resources to help support instruction, whether in the face-to-face or online classroom. The team offers training and assistance in the design and implementation of online and hybrid courses. In addition, the team provides training on instructional software, assistance with multimedia development, access to Canvas tutorials, and more. The TCC Online team is faculty's one-stop shop for all online and instructional technology needs.

Creating Accessible Online Courses​

An accessible online course promotes learning by enabling all students to easily access and use course materials. Faculty are required by law* to ensure that materials used in their online courses are accessible. This​ section is designed to assist faculty with making materials for your online courses accessible.

Online Accessibility Law

Accessibility is the law and at TCC we follow the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); the 1998 amendment to the 1973 Rehabilitation Act; and, the reauthorized 1998 Rehabilitation Act amendments.  Section 508 was enacted to “eliminate barriers in information technology, open new opportunities for people with disabilities, and encourage development of technologies that will help achieve these goals."

Tools and Resources to Support Teaching and Learning in Online Courses ​

These tools and resources have been selected to support online faculty in the development and delivery of engaging, interactive, and collaborative online courses. Need ideas about how to use the tools and resources in your online courses? Have more tools and resources for the page? Contact TCC Online at or (850) 201-9400 for consultation.

Faculty Development Computer Lab

Situated on the third floor of the Academic Computing Building, Room 335, the Faculty Development Lab is a dedicated resource space to provide faculty and adjuncts with support and training in the use of technology within the curriculum. There are computers equipped with general and specialized software packages.

Online Resources for Teaching Online

These online resources have been selected to assist online faculty in developing and delivering online courses. They provide information about course design, teaching strategies and assessment. 

Respondus 4.0 and Respondus LockDown Browser

Are you using Respondus? There are online video tutorials and quick start guides to help you with common tasks. One-on-one training for Respondus software is also available through TCC Online. Contact us for details.


TCC Onlineoffers faculty workshops on distance learning pedagogy and technology. Instructors will need to log in to the portal to register for these workshops. To learn more about the onsite and online training opportunities and resources offered through TCC Online, please contact the office. Faculty assistance is available in person, via telephone, by e-mail and through Microsoft Office Communicator.
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