ITCS provides technology training in both seated and virtual formats for students, staff and faculty.
Unless otherwise noted, registration for workshops is through the Cornerstone OnDemand training management portal. Permanent faculty and staff log in using their PirateID. Need help? See these registration instructions.
Temporary workers, student workers, teaching assistants and graduate assistants who require a training transcript must have a Cornerstone account requested by their supervisor through the IT service request system.
Don't need a transcript? Temporary and student workers register through the online registration form.
ITCS provides both scheduled and customized training workshops to help users:
- Capture content
- Manage courses
- Engage students
- Assess students
- Boost productivity
- Conference online
- Organize surveys
- Communicate virtually
- Create content
- Securely store dataRegistration for faculty and staff training sessions is through Cornerstone. Need help? See these registration instructions.
Temporary employees, student workers, teaching assistants and graduate assistants who require a transcript for training must have a Cornerstone account requested by their supervisor through the IT service request system. Students who do not require a transcript can register for a class through this online form.
Student workers, teaching assistants and graduate assistants who require a training transcript must have a Cornerstone account requested for them by their supervisor through the IT services request system.
Students who do not require a transcript can register themselves for a workshop through this online form.
Pick three topics from our á la carte menu, and we customize "byte"-sized 15-minute presentations specifically for your department's group.
Unable to attend a regularly-scheduled workshop? No problem, request a deskside training session for one full hour of individualized instruction.
Instructional videos for all types of topics including technology, digital photography and more. Free access to ECU faculty, students and staff.
The annual Teaching with Technology showcase event highlights faculty utilizing technology to enhance their face-to-face and distance education courses. Think-in 2013 marked the eighth year we've hosted this event which offers a combination of poster sessions, formal presentations and a few "un-conference" gatherings. As always, the Think-In is a valuable and exciting venue to explore some of the dynamic and innovative strategies and learning technologies available to campus. This is a great way to "recharge" and soak in some new ideas.
Most ECU technology platforms also include online resources, whether website, blogs or printable pdf documents and online videos.