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High Tech Center

The High Tech Center offers a variety of educational technology training and support for math, reading, writing, and notetaking.

The High Tech Center (HTC) is an open computer lab supporting students with disabilities. The HTC is currently operating virtually and working remotely to provide you with technical support and training.

We help students navigate their MyECC, access their email, apply to El Camino, register for classes, and connect them to their Office 365 account. We also train students on how to navigate and use Canvas, Zoom and Cranium Café (aka ConexED), including how to make and attend appointments virtually with a counselor or specialist.

Available Services

Get online drop-in support from our helpful staff.

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Fall 2021
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

 

Email: htcservices@elcamino.edu 

Leave a voicemail: 310-660-3923

  • Students will be helped on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Students should first meet with their academic counselor to get their educational plan, list of classes and/or section numbers.
  • Students without an educational plan, list of classes and/or section numbers will be referred to their academic counselor.  

 

Orientation

Watch our (ASL-interpreted) video orientation to learn more about the High Tech Center and educational technology training available.

 

 

The High Tech Center for the disabled opened in 1987 with state funding from the California Community College Foundation and the State Department of Rehabilitation. The first grant purchased four computers; the Center is now an integrated lab providing lab experience for a variety of Educational Development courses, individualized training of assistive technologies, open stations for continual skill improvement and technical support for diverse needs in the academic labs across campus.

To make computers and alternate formats of academic information accessible to students, regardless of disability To provide training for effective alternatives to traditional study methods (e.g., individualized training on specific assistive technologies, integration of student skills and technology access, computer assisted instruction)

The High Tech Center for the disabled opened in 1987 with state funding from the California Community College Foundation and the State Department of Rehabilitation. The first grant purchased four computers; the Center is now an integrated lab providing lab experience for a variety of Educational Development courses, individualized training of assistive technologies, open stations for continual skill improvement and technical support for diverse needs in the academic labs across campus.

To make computers and alternate formats of academic information accessible to students, regardless of disability To provide training for effective alternatives to traditional study methods (e.g., individualized training on specific assistive technologies, integration of student skills and technology access, computer assisted instruction)