Faculty and Staff Resources
Faculty and Staff Online Resources
A Single Sign-On portal is a site of access control to multiple independent systems. Users can log in with a single username and password to gain access to other systems. RCCD's SSO allow employees to access sites such as email, 25Live, electronic forms, and others. Users are required to do an one-time registration to gain access to these applications. To learn more about this system, or to learn how to reset/change your password, visit the SSO/Reset/Change Password page. Or to get started, follow the link below:
Virtual Desktop, or VDI, allows you to securely access the District's internal applications and resources via a web browser on any device, even personal devices. VDI uses any web browser to open/run a Windows computer inside our network.
VDI-accessible information and programs include departmental file shares, Galaxy, Colleague(Datatel)/UIWeb, OnBase, and SARS.
Instructions and guides related to VDI usage:
The administrators, managers, faculty, and classified professionals are the most valuable resource at RCC and work collaboratively to ensure excellence in teaching and student success. Professional development training for all employees is the continuous improvement of skills and knowledge, which relates to every employee’s job responsibilities, profession, and/or work environment in ways that fulfill the mission, vision, values, and goals of the institution
Please request access to the RCC Professional Development for detail.
Natalie Halsell, MA
Coordinator, Professional Development
Phone: (951) 222 - 8905
Faculty and Staff Resources
Flextrack (Link Accessible on Campus/VDI Only)
The Glenn Hunt Center for Teaching Excellence
Several desktop computers are available for use in the Faculty Computer Lab, with connection to printers. We also offer a quiet, student-free, space to prepare for class, grade assignments, or take a break between classes.
Resources at faculty members' disposal include, but are not limited to; SCANTRON machines, computers, printers, a small refrigerator, microwave, coffee machine, and water. We also have a supply of "scratchers" (a.k.a. Instant Feedback Test Forms), Scantrons, and Item Analysis for use at no cost to faculty.
There is also a library of books and audio books donated by faculty and others available for check out (We welcome new donations to add to this collection). For the most up-to-date list of Equipment available for check out, including LCD projectors and clickers, please select the Equipment link available under Resources.
There are workshops held in the Glenn Hunt Center monthly on various topics. Schedule: TBD
DL 403, Fourth floor of the Salvatore G. Rotella Digital Library
Hours of Operation:
For access to the center outside of hours of operation faculty may obtain an access code at the Library Circulation Desk, located on the second floor.