Make an appointment to get help by contacting the FSRC at 278-6112, via email email@example.com or in person AIRC 3012.
Free workshops are available to Faculty and Staff. Visit the Faculty/Staff Workshops page to see details.
The Faculty and Staff Resource Center FSRC provides a central location for faculty and staff to access technology equipment, software, and receive consultation and training in areas of instructional materials accessibility, eLearning (SacCT), Office Applications and much more.
The FSRC is staffed by student staff who will be your first point of contact. The Instructional Materials Specialist and ATCS consultants are available to provide specialized support by appointment or on a drop-in basis.
The mission of the Faculty Staff Resource Center is to support faculty in the creation of accessible course materials and eLearning content, teach faculty and staff how to use technology, and develop the professional skills of our student staff.
Who can Help?
FSRC Consultants are our Student staff who provide general assistance with software, equipment and services offered at the FSRC. They will contact an IRT or ATCS staff member to help you if more specialized support is needed.
Instructional Materials Specialist
The Instructional Materials Specialist coordinates the Faculty Staff Resource Center and trains and assists faculty in the creation of accessible instructional materials for courses taught at Sacramento State. Instructional materials include: course syllabi, course textbooks, content posted and distributed online (e.g. SacCT, faculty web page), PowerPoint Presentations, PDF documents, Video, and audio materials.
If you need help with instructional materials, ask the FSRC Student assistant to connect you with the Instructional Materials Specialist.
Academic Technology and Creative Services ATCS Consultants are available to provide advice about online course development processes, tools and resources, developing learning materials, techniques for using technology in the teaching/learning process, and many other related areas. These services can be accessed on a drop-in basis at ARC 3005, by phone (916) 278-3370, via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or by contacting an individual staff person directly.