New Faculty

We love new faculty and we would especially love to help you get off to a great start here at Coastline. Below are some basic tools and tips that will enable you to find what you need to get started.

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Just Hired Before Class First Week During the Course Course End

 

 

You’ve Just Been Hired

 

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Before Class Begins

 

  • Login to MyCCC.  You will receive your MyCCC login information from your Area Site Facilitator.

  • In MyCCC, make sure you know how to get your Faculty Term Roster and be aware of the important course dates (listed at the top of the Faculty Term Roster) such as the census date and last date to add.  MyCCC Faculty Manual can be accessed from: http://www.coastline.edu/faculty-staff/

  • Make sure you know how to login and use your Coastline email (OWA).  You will receive your OWA login information from your Area Site Facilitator.

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The First Week of the Course

 

  • Print your Faculty Term Roster just before your first class.

  • Keep track of the attendance and activity of each student and verify that they have attended class.

  • Drop inactive students before the Census Date.

  • Constantly check your email.  Respond to students as soon as you can.  (A 24 hour turnaround time makes you AWESOME!)

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During the Course

 

  • Periodically check your Faculty Term Roster.  For f2f courses, make sure it matches the students that are actually sitting in the chairs.  For DL courses, it should match the roster in Seaport.

  • Drop any inactive students.

  • Keep checking your Coastline email.  (You never know what you might miss.  Rumor has it that some people were notified that they won a free cruise but they didn’t read their email in time to make launch time.)

  • Get familiar with the Academic Quality Rubric located at http://www.coastline.edu/faculty-staff/  Make notes during the term of how you could improve the quality of your course.

  • Quickly set up your SLOs (as opposed to slowly setting up your QUICKS).  If you don’t know what a SLO is, that’s OK, we won’t call you slow.  Talk to your department chair or anyone on Team Awesome.  Also, read your Course Outline and then look on this website under LMS – Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs).  If you need help setting up your SLOs in Seaport, submit a Help Ticket (on this website).

  • Check your Coastline email (do I sound like a broken record yet?) for the deadline to submit final grades.

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After the Course Ends

 

  • Submit your final grades in MyCCC.

  • Make sure your SLOs are complete in Seaport.

  • Send an electronic version of your gradebook to Admissions and Records (details can be found in one of the many emails that you received in the last few weeks).

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