This guide is to help answer all of your questions as you get settled at ECC!
This link will take you to the photo ID form.
You will need your Employee ID number for several things. This is how you can
Your Division or Department will submit your key request to Campus Police. Key pick up is at Campus Police on the corner of Crenshaw and Redondo Beach Blvd. You will receive an email when they are ready for pick up. If you have questions about your keys, reach out to your Division or Department Office
Your Division or Department will submit your parking pass request to Parking Services. Parking pass pick up is at Campus Police on the corner of Crenshaw and Redondo Beach Blvd. You will receive an email when it is ready for pick up. If you have questions about your parking pass, reach out to your Division orDepartment Office
If you have questions about software or have questions about procedure and process, you can use the Subject Matter Experts guide to connect you with the correct person.
Here are the instructions for accessing the WiFi on campus: Campus Wi-Fi
Your contract contains lots of valuable information. You can find it on Human Resources website.
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Full-time faculty are required to do a minimum of 3 office hours per week. One (1) office hour each week shall be scheduled for each twenty percent (20%) of lecture load, or major portion thereof, to a maximum requirement of five (5) office hours per week.
Office hours in support of online lecture courses may be held in the Faculty Member’s office, online, or a location mutually agreed to by the Faculty Member and their Dean. Full-Time Faculty Members will be encouraged to hold at least one (1) office hour online.
Faculty Members with an office hour obligation greater than three (3) hours per week must hold those office hours on no fewer than three (3) days per week.
Part-time faculty can be paid for up to 2 office hours per semester.
If you cannot make your class, you must notify your dean or director and the program office. The dean or director will decide whether the class will be cancelled or if a sub will be assigned. If it is after hours and you will miss a class before the office opens again then please contact Campus Police so they can post a sign to notify students. You must still let the division office know about the absence.
Go to office and log in to your ECC email account via myECC log in.
Click "new Mail"
Click "BCC" button
The below window will open
Type in your course name Example:
Once you see your course selected it by clicking the "+" button
Then click save, it will go back to the email so you can finish composing message.
The Add policy is detailed below:
How to Add Students:
If you want to take attendance:
Faculty can take attendance through Canvas, Self-Service in MyECC, or any other format they prefer.
No Show Reporting has to be completed the day prior to the census date (please see Census Dates information). No Shows Reporting begins when the class begins. Once you submit the No Show Report the system will send you a confirmation email listing the students that were dropped. The drops are processed over night.
If there are no students to drop click the 'No Student' button at the bottom of the roster and then click submit.
To get to the No Show Report:
If you accidentally drop a student or a student drops themselves and you wish to reinstate them please submit the online Faculty Reinstatement Form
If you forget to drop a studnet once submitting the 'No Show' Report please contact A&R via the No Show Drop Request Form please do so within in the week of the 'No Show' don't wait until the end of the semester.
The course you are going to submit grades doesn't have to be published if it was an on-campus or off-site course, but it does help your students if you publish your course and use Canvas gradebook for progress reports. You will be able to submit a grade different from the grade that is calculated by Canvas if you have not kept all assignment records in Canvas.
"Submit Grades to Colleague" course menu link can be enabled through the navigation tab in the settings area. Once it is visible, it is visible only to you.
Online and Digital Education recommends communicating through Canvas or using Pronto which is a messaging platform that runs within and outside of Canvas.
Through the Office 365 we also have access to Teams, which has messaging capability.
We strongly caution against using a non-ECC provided platform.
If you need help with Canvas there is a lot of support available to you. Check out the resources on the Online and Digital Education webpage. Or you can schedule a one on one training with our Instructional Designer Ryan Martinez.
College instructors are required by federal law to respect student privacy in regards to their grades, personal information, and academic performance. Please do not publicly post or announce grades, ask students to grade each other’s work, or return graded work to a student’s friends or family. Also, do not share or ask students to share their phone numbers, email addresses, or other personal information with each other. In lieu of this, students may message each other through Canvas or apps that allow for texting and calls without sharing phone numbers. Please note that FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) protections also apply to college students under 18 and to students with disabilities, therefore, you cannot speak to parents about a student’s academic performance unless the student grants written permission (even if their child is under 18 and/or disabled). Please consult with the Dean if you have questions about student privacy or speaking with parents. Also, remember that some students have important reasons for not sharing their personal information with other students or parents.
Divisions keep basic office supplies in the division and department offices. If additional supplies or equipment is needed please see you’re the dean or director for your area.
Make sure you fill out the textbook request form. To make sure your courses get marked as ZTC or LTC (Low Textbook Cost) in the catalog, please also fill out the form. To request supplies for the bookstore to sell, email Patrick Papetti.
If you have a copy of your textbook and you would like to have it put on Reserve for your students in the library. Fill out the Reserve Form.
Check out the Faculty Resource Guide under Instruction Suppoort.
Full-Time, 10-month Faculty are obligated to complete 24 hours of Professional Development per year. 4 hours of which should be racial equity Professional Development. 9 hours of this obligation are taken care of by Fall and Spring Professional Development Days which are mandatory.
Full-Time, 12-month are obligated to complete 9 hours of Professional Development per year. Other obligations are the same.
For part-time faculty, hours required, and paid, are based on teaching load.
Full-time faculty will participate in the New Faculty Learning Academy during their first Fall semester.
For part-time faculty, a learning academy will be offered in the Spring of each semester.
Faculty orientation is offered in the Fall, and will be offered in the Spring as well starting in Spring of 2024.
All faculty (both full- and part-time) will be evaluated in there first semester.
Before the first class meeting: Print out your class roster.
Email electronic copies of attendance and grade records to Admissions and Records.
Curriculum develop and review is an important part of Faculty purview and a part of 10+1, the Title V Educational Code that determines matters that belong to faculty. Curriculum development starts with individual faculty, the submissions are sent to the department for review and approval, then to the Division Curriculum Committee, and finally to the College Curriculum Committee. The College Curriculum Committee website has userguides for Curriculog, our curriculum system; a Program and Course Approval Handbook; Forms and Resources to help you create and review curriculum, degrees, and certificates; and important due dates.
As a faculty you will need to assess Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for your class. If you are a Full-Time Faculty or a Part-Time Faculty who is working on curriculum, you will need to create and change SLOs. SLO data is submitted either to the SLO facilitator for the Department into Nuventive or submitted by the faculty themselves, depending on the department process. The SLO Training page has information to help you get started with all of these processes.
All Academic and Student Services departments must complete a Program Review. Program Review for non-CTE programs is on a 4-year cycle, and CTE programs are on a 2-year cycle. For inforamtion about the process and the schedule of when programs are due for program review, check out the program review page.
Log in to the Online Pay Stubs Portal and follow the instructions.
You will need your Employee ID number for several things
Payroll ID - found on your paystub or by contacting email@example.com. Find it by logging in to your digital pay stub: https://elcamino.lacoe.edu/ It is listed as Employee ID on your paystub. This is different from your faculty/colleague ID.