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At the ECC Library, we are ready to support our campus community in finding scholarly resources, engaging in research, and promoting information literacy.
Professional development programs and technology training are offered throughout the year for all employees.
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The Media Services Department, located in the Library Media Technology Center (LMTC), supports service to instructional programs and institutional activities at El Camino College.
The Media Services Department is designed to enable ECC faculty and staff to effectively use current technologies in the classroom. Media Technicians and specialists perform a variety of activities that support educational technology on campus.
Media Services provides training on the use of projectors, amplifiers, speakers, microphones, or selection/switching of control systems.
Media Services includes:
For computer, monitor, printer, software, or networking issues contact ITS at the Help Desk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at ext. 6571.
Located in Bookstore Building Room 128 (first floor, southwest corner)
Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 6:30pm.; Fridays 7:30am - 4:30pm
(Closed Fridays during summer sessions)
Production Coordinator: Sidney Smith, email@example.com
Copy Center Direct - El Camino College online electronic file submission service.
File types accepted when submitted electronically:
The mission of Institutional Research & Planning (IRP) is to support educational and institutional effectiveness by providing El Camino College with meaningful, timely and user-friendly information and analysis for use in assessment, planning, and decision-making.
Institutional Research & Planning (IRP), provides standard data sets for Program Review (periodic program evaluation) and can assist faculty with design and creation of surveys, advise on learning outcomes assessment, and conduct educational research associated with classroom, service or program initiatives. IRP also provides supplemental data for Career Education (CE) program review.
The Grants Office provides the campus community with a variety of services related to obtaining and managing externally funded projects awarded by federal, state or local government agencies. They provide resources and assistance to faculty, staff, and administrators to foster project ideas, locate funding opportunities, strengthen grant writing and project development capability, develop proposals, and comply with applicable internal and external requirements.