This section contains resources that faculty can utilize for classroom instruction.
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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.
Each division on campus has a library liaison who works with faculty and staff to ensure seamless services for students. Contact your library liaison here!
You can find a strong Library presence in Canvas, including the ability to link directly to databases, turn on the ECCLibrary link in navigation, and embed research guides. Learn more about the Library in Canvas here. We are also represented on the Student Support Hub in Canvas, findable through student view.
Our primary goal at the ECC Library is to foster an environment where information literacy can flourish. To accomplish this goal we engage in several IL teaching outlets:
Reference Desk: Our Reference Desk and virtual Reference chat allow us to work one-on-one
with students on information literacy concepts. Reference is an ideal place for students
who are more comfortable in a tutoring-style environment to ask questions.
Embedded Librarian Program: Faculty librarians partner with classroom faculty to co-teach information literacy/research sessions. Contact us if you are interested in partnering!
One-Session Research Workshops: You can invite a faculty librarian to your class or visit us in the Library for an orientation of our space and college-level research techniques. Contact us to schedule a session!
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 Services includes:
For computer, monitor, printer, software, or networking issues contact ITS at the Help Desk by email at email@example.com or by phone at ext. 6571.
Online and Digital Education (ODE) at El Camino College is committed to support and provide online instructors with tools and resources for a positive and successful teaching experience. Information about Teaching Certification and the Waiver Process is also available on the ODE Faculty Site.
This section will include photo-copying information for El Camino College.
Located in Bookstore Building Room 128 (first floor, southwest corner)
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm
(Closed Fridays during summer sessions)
Production Coordinator: Sidney Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
Use Copy Center Direct to upload files for printing.
The Office of Institutional Research & Planning supports the El Camino College mission
by leading institutional planning and guiding research that advances student success
and institutional excellence. More specifically, the team strives to provide guidance
in using data as a source to inform decisions and implement actions, and direction
in using planning as a tool that helps organize the College’s work to better utilize
resources at the service of students’ learning and achievement.
See below some of the services that IRP provides to the College stakeholders:
For more data and planning related information, please visit the Institutional Research and Planning website.
The Help Desk is the primary source of information and assistance on telephone and computing services. No question should be considered too basic to ask!
The ITS Help Desk is the primary source of information and assistance on telephone and computing services. The staff will try their best to identify software problems, explain error messages, direct you to helpful documentation, advise you on debugging techniques and explain syntax errors.
The ITS Help Desk should be used to report any problems you’re having with your computer, software, password, internet, etc. Normal hours are M‐F 8am‐12:30pm and 1:30‐4:30pm. Techs are available to answer questions and create tickets for problems that cannot be resolved over the phone. The Help Desk also handles student problems with related to the MyECC portal.
Location: Communications Building
Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: (310) 660-6571
FAX: (310) 660-6134
After-hour calls are taken via voice mail and calls are returned the following weekday morning.
Email has a 180 day life. Items older than 180 days are automatically deleted from your account and cannot be recovered. To keep emails for a longer time create a personal folder to store items on your computer. Contact the Help Desk for assistance.
From on-campus access Email from your computer using Outlook or webmail.
From off‐campus access your email using webmail: mail.elcamino.edu using your same
username and password.
Smart phone set up: The instructions and settings may be found on the Portal. Log
on and click the Help
link near the top of the page. The instructions are under Email and Calendar.
Out of Office – When going on vacation please remember to turn on your out of office
message is an automatic reply to any email message sent to you. It’s a way of letting senders know who
to contact in your absence.
You will use the same username and password for the network (logging on to your pc), email and the MyECC portal (and Wi‐Fi). Passwords expire every 180 days. You should receive an email at least 10‐14 days prior to the expiration. If your password expires you cannot log in until the password is changed. Passwords must be at least 8 positions long and alpha/numeric. The number cannot be at the very start nor at the end of the password. Letters should not spell any dictionary words. Substitute numbers for letters or use a phrase i.e. itsaGr8day or iamgreen2d@y. Passwords are not to be shared. Do not log someone else on to a computer and let them use it. By doing so they have access to your documents and email and are acting as you. If you think your password is compromised contact the Help Desk.
When you walk away from your desk, secure your PC by locking the computer.
“Phishing is a scam where Internet fraudsters send spam or pop‐up messages to lure
personal and financial information from unsuspecting victims.”
Many say you've reached your space limit, that there is something wrong with your account; the account will be terminated, etc. Don’t’ be fooled into giving up your private information (This includes username and password.)
These are not emails from the ITS office or El Camino. It is an attempt to gain your
password to use it for malicious activity. Responding to this type of email allows spammers immediate
access to your email account which they use to send millions of spam emails to the world as you. When
this happens all @elcamino.edu emails are blocked by other mail providers (other colleges, businesses,
hotmail, gmail, road runner, etc.) We have no control over how long the emails are blocked.
If there is a problem with your account we will contact you directly.
ITS or ECC never sends blanket emails requesting your username, password or other
information. If there is a problem a ITS staff member will contact you directly. We will never direct you to an anonymous non‐ECC site. Most of our notices will have the ITS banner at the top. The safest approach is to delete any suspicious email without opening it or responding to it. At any time contact the ITS Help Desk at x6571 whenever you have questions about a suspicious email.
Think before you click. If you do respond to a phishing email, immediately contact the Help Desk.
New full-time faculty will be receiving a new Dell laptop on their Orientation Day prior to the beginning of the semester.
New full-time faculty will be issued a Dell Laptop. The laptops will have Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010.
Campus issued laptops must be brought to campus once every 6 months for software updates
software verification, and to sync passwords whenever a system password change is made.
If you have problems with your laptop, email or call the Help Desk at x 6571.
ITS will occasionally send out an important bulletin to the campus about various technology related issues or problems.
Official ITS email bulletins or notices should have the ITS header and will never ask for personal information.
The MyECC portal provides access to a variety of WebServices links which vary per your job duties. Everyone has access to general links for the phone directory, etc. There are also WebAdvisor links for manager access to Budget information and if you’re taking a class this is where the registration and student links appear. There are also division sites for documents and other information, committee information and class section team sites.
Colleague/Datatel is the campus ERP, Enterprise Resource System, for ECC business. It is used for student data, applications, class section information, basic HR information, budgeting and requisitions. Colleague access requires a separate username and password. It is generally assign to office employees. Each office use of Colleague is unique. Individualized training and requests for access to the system is handled by the hiring office or division.
The Directories Button: Provides a list of missed, received and placed calls, and searchable campus directory.
CFwdALL button – Forwards all incoming calls to another extension. Your phone will not ring.
Transfer ring a Call ‐‐ press the Transfer button and dial the extension. To transfer
the caller directly to
voice mail press # before dialing the extension.
Voice mail messages may be accessed from your email account, the telephone messages
button or from
off campus. When you delete a message it is removed from the system and cannot be retrieved. To
access voice mail from off campus:
Out of office – There are options for recording various outgoing messages. You may
record an alternate
greeting that will be played to callers for a specified period of time.
Voicemail and email messages are considered college property and should not be considered confidential.
Instructions for access to your ECC Email from your cell phone. Included in this section are step by step instructions for iPhone set up too.
Use the settings below to set up your Smart Phone to access your ECC email.
Your Smart Phone must be equipped with Microsoft ActiveSync OR Exchange ActiveSync .
Most phones are running Windows Mobile OS.
Configuration steps vary depending on the phone you have but the basic information needed is as follows:
Mail server: mail.elcamino.edu
Username: your myecc logon id, i.e. jsmith
Email address: email@example.com
Imap or pop3? Neither, the correct option should be active sync or exchange
Incoming service type and port: mail.elcamino.edu
Outgoing server and port: Not needed for exchange or active sync
Depending on your wireless plan you may be charged additional fees.
Please consult your wireless phone provider for charges and additional technical support.
1. Go to the settings icon
2. Scroll down to “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”
3. Select “Add Account”
4. Select “Microsoft Exchange”
5. On the next screen fill in:
Here is what it looks like after it is configured.
6. Select: “Next”
7. After a short while it will ask you for the email server name: mail.elcamino.edu
For additional assistance contact the ITS help desk (ext. 6571 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wi-Fi wireless internet is available in most areas of El Camino College campus.
Click here to see a map of El Camino College Wi-Fi Hotspots (PDF).
Here are instructions for connecting to the "eccwireless" network and logging in securely
to gain internet access:
ECC Wireless Internet Access - Logon Instructions (PDF).
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.