TCC faculty learn about ctcLink features

ctcLink Training Lead Laura Ratcliff (see that little dot of teal up on stage?) demos ctcLink to TCC faculty during TCC's Professional Development Day.

ctcLink Training Lead Laura Ratcliff (see that little dot of teal up on stage?) demos ctcLink to TCC faculty during TCC’s Professional Development Day.

Since the planned Go-Live date for FirstLink colleges is August 25 (when many faculty are off campus), faculty at Tacoma and Spokane are getting an opportunity to get some information now about the ctcLink features they’ll be using when they return to campus next fall. ctcLink Training Lead Laura Ratcliff demonstrated the ctcLink Faculty Center, Advisor Center and the Requesting or Reporting Absences functionality this week for about 75 TCC faculty.

Faculty at Spokane Falls and Spokane Community colleges will participate in the demonstrations next week.

The goal is to give faculty members enough information now to access what they will need after go-live and before they return to campus and attend ctcLink training in the fall.

Whether you are faculty or staff, you may find the demo presentation interesting. It gives an inside look at some of the great features that will be available in ctcLink. Take a look! TCC Faculty Demo of ctcLink

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ctcLink is the implementation of a single, centralized system of online functions to give students, faculty and staff anytime, anywhere access to a modern, efficient way of doing their college business. It's about much more than new software. As the current 35-year-old administrative system is replaced, colleges will also align their core business processes with the delivered software solution, making for streamlined, standardized practices across the 34-college system.
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One Response to TCC faculty learn about ctcLink features

  1. Cindy says:

    THAT is amazing!!! Nice presentation!

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