Faculty & Staff

Instructional Technology

The TLC offers a fully-online, self-paced series that features weekly posts on technology tools to help enhance teaching and learning.  Various technology tools are introduced, accompanied by instructions, as well as sample uses. Revisit any of the topics at any time. Engage with others by posting comments and questions within the blog.

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  • Spring – 14 Tools to Flip Over
  • Summer – Student Assignment Alternatives
  • Fall – Google Apps & Tools

Google Guides

For more help with Google, seek assistance from the Teaching and Learning Center.

Microsoft Office 365

ICC students and faculty are eligible to download Office 365 for free on up to five devices (sign up using your @lab.icc.edu email address). This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. Visit Get Office 365 on the Microsoft site to learn more about this program and what’s included, as well as several frequently asked questions.

Microsoft Office Home Use

Eligible ICC employees may purchase Microsoft Office 2016 at a significant discount for home use. Email [email protected] from your ICC email address for purchasing information and instructions.

Microsoft Office Guides

  • Custom Guide Interactive Training 
    High-quality quick reference guides available on the Custom Guide website can be printed and shared free of charge.  Creation of a free user account is required for some guides.
  • Microsoft Office Quick Starts
    More complete guides are available on the Microsoft site and walk users through each application with the use of tips, shortcuts, and screenshots.

For more help with Microsoft, seek assistance from the Teaching and Learning Center.

Attendance Tracking Templates

The attendance templates below provide ICC instructors with a quick option for generating student attendance tracking spreadsheets. How To Use the Templates [PDF]

Faronics Insight Software

The Faronics Insight software, which is installed in some academic classrooms across campus, allows instructors to share a view from their computer onto student computers and monitor what students are viewing at individual computers.

Smart Room Operation Procedures and Troubleshooting