Skip to Content
A browser plug-in is a computer application that interacts with a Web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari) to perform a specific function, such as viewing a video file. At this site you can find a short list of commonly used browser plug-ins that you may need to download and install on your computer to view certain types of files on the Sacramento State website.
Fair Use guidelines, the TEACH Act, and the DMCA provide for reasonable access to works for the purpose of furthering knowledge. Links to these and other resources are provided here to introduce and further educate the Sacramento State community about copyright.
Custom SacCT banners and icons that reflect the discipline and subject matter of online courses are available upon request. This site contains examples of banners and icons that have been developed by ATCS.
Adobe Dreamweaver is an application used to create and edit Web pages - also known as a Web editor.
Use the Faculty Website Template to create a professional web site that your students can access to view and download course material, learn about the courses you teach and other information about you. Modifying the template is easy, simply change the existing sections with content specific to you and your user's needs. The template includes sections that faculty typically need, such as: contact information, course information, course calendars, and vitae.
This area of the e-Learning Tools site provides practical teaching tips to help faculty create course materials, whether for a traditional classroom or online environment. If your course material will be used online, such as a website or SacCT, the material must be accessible to all students, including students with disabilities. Thus, you will find assistance, tips and guidance to ensure your material is accessible.
Learn about key Office programs used on campus: Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. This website gathers various resource such as tutorials, videos and handouts to get you familiarize with the different MS Office programs.
Last updated: June 13, 2016