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Welcome to SBCCD's Teaching, Learning, and Technology Community

Welcome to the San Bernardino Community College District's Teaching, Learning, and Technology Online Community, the social network for those interested exploring the opportunity and challenges present as we integrate technology into the learning environment. We encourage you to sign up to participate in the great discussions here, to receive notifications about district and community events, and to find and connect with colleagues.

Teaching, Learning, and Technology is currently a closed community for adjunct and full time faculty at SBCCD.  It has been created to provide an informal, supportive community for faculty to start and continue a digital dialog. Because we are a closed community, we approve all memberships. While your membership is pending you are still welcome to peruse the site.

New Here?

Here are some things you can do to get started in the community:

  1. Sign Up: Click on the sign up link in the upper right hand corner.
  2. Check out the FAQ page
  3. Spiff Up Your Profile Page: Add a cover photo, start a blog and tell us about the next big thing happening in your course, or with technology, or whatever!
  4. Invite Your Colleagues! Feel free to make this community *your* community by bringing your colleagues along!
  5. Join a Group or Discussion: We've got a few different groups to get you started but feel free to add your own.

Make sure you've read the community rules. :-)


Turnitin Resources

Turnitin Tips and FAQ

1. Can I use the web platform of Turnitin instead of the Blackboard integration?

Yes, the web platform of Turnitin is available for faculty who do not want to use Blackboard.  You need to submit a help desk ticket with the request and the DE office will create a Turnitin account and follow up with you with instructions on how to use the web platform.  You can submit a help desk ticket via the 24/7 helpdesk: http://stac.sbccd.org…

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