Contact the FSRC at email@example.com, 916.278.6112.
Register for a Workshop!
Log on to LearnerWeb with your Sac State Username and password to register. All workshop sessions can be found under the Schedule Link under My Menu.
The FSRC offers free Faculty/Staff workshops during semester breaks. Workshop courses include how to use popular office applications, photo editing software, graphic design software and much more.
Please look at our Workshop Courses page and Workshop Schedule page to learn more about these workshops and when they are offered. All workshops are held at AIRC 3013 (FSRC Training lab, adjacent to main FSRC work room 3012) unless otherwise noted.
We have made some changes to existing courses and added some new ones. For a complete list of courses and descriptions, please go to the Workshop Courses page. Workshop courses include:
- Introduction to Illustrator
- Outlook: Managing Email & Facilitating Scheduling
- Introduction to InDesign
- Excel Report Formatting
This Winter Break, staff workshops will begin on January 13th and run through January 22nd. See the workshop schedule page for dates and times when each session will be held. Workshops are held in the FSRC Training Room AIRC 3013 unless otherwise noted.
How do I Register for a Workshop?
Although it helps if you register in advance for a workshop by going to the LearnerWeb webpage, walk-ins are welcome.
- Log-in to LearnerWeb with your Sac State ID and Password.
- From your "My Menu" click the "Schedule" link.
- A calendar with all scheduled workshops will appear. Click on the workshop you would like to attend and select the "Register" button to enroll.
Let us know your feedback about the staff workshops you attended by taking a few minutes to complete the Staff Workshop Survey.
The FSRC Training room AIRC 3013 is located adjacent to the main FSRC work room AIRC 3012. The training room can be reserved by Sacramento State Staff for academic related events e.g. meetings, workshops etc. Please see the Training Room Reservation page for more information.
The Academic Technology and Creative Services Unit on campus manages the campus technology training for faculty. Technology training is available on key campus systems such as SacCT (Blackboard) the campus learning management system, Cascade Web Content Management System, and popular software programs like Microsoft Office. To view more information about this training, visit the Technology Training website.