Faculty Resource Centers

Overview

The Faculty Resource Centers (FRC), partnered with the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL), are dedicated to the mission of providing FSCJ Faculty with valuable work spaces, proficient knowledge sharing, and creative design solutions for the development of instructional, informational, and promotional media.

Table of Contents

  1. Resources
  2. Accommodations
  3. Additional

Locations / Staff

  • Downtown
  • Kent
  • North
  • South
  • Supplemental

To reserve a one-on-one meeting, feel free to email or call us today!

Resources

Your Faculty Development Specialists, at the Downtown, Kent, North, and South campuses, offer a range of resources in support of your professional development and course content design. View the categories below:

How do the "Faculty Development Specialists" serve the college? Click the link below to view:

Duties / Responsibilities
General Statement

The Faculty Development Specialist assists in the development and delivery of instruction to address existing, new, and changing developmental needs for all faculty. The Faculty Development Specialist will partner with faculty and staff to develop and implement comprehensive, coordinated programs, systems, and support for faculty and instructional development.

Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
  • Plan, develop, recommend, and implement professional development programs, in coordination with the Executive Director of Organizational Development, for all phases of employee.
  • Designs, delivers and implements programs, courses, resources, and services to develop faculty in the FSCJ Competencies.
  • Designs, delivers and implements programs, resources and services to support faculty in the development of course and program curriculum in face-to-face, hybrid and online instructional modalities.
  • Works collaboratively to achieve established goals and outcomes for Faculty Resource Center(s) for the Academy for Teaching and Learning.
  • Provides consultation and development for faculty in the design of course/program curricula and pedagogies in all instructional modalities according to established best practices, including learning outcomes, curriculum alignment, learning-centered teaching strategies and assessment.
  • Provides professional development for faculty in the selection and effective use of digital technologies, in all instructional modalities, according to established best practices.
  • Provides consultation for faculty in the design of professional development plans.
  • Designs and supervises production of learning resources in a variety of formats including print, graphics, audio, video and animation technologies to support curriculum development and learning-centered course design.
  • Researches, articulates, and disseminates innovative best practices in faculty development, teaching, learning and technology, in all instructional modalities.
  • Assists faculty and staff in the development and improvement of learning outcomes and assessment activities.
  • Interface with management and coordinate with external providers of specialized training as necessary, in designing and coordinating implementation of training and development programs.
  • Determine and recommend feasible, logical, and efficient approaches to address developmental requirements for all phases of employee.
  • Research and develop program content, and originate materials for training programs.
  • Plan, develop, recommend, and implement employee recognition events.
  • Plan publications for programs, develop brochures, news flyers, and other training publications and communications.
  • Design and prepare educational aids and training materials.
  • Develop and utilize methods and tools to assess training effectiveness.
    Maintain records of training activities, and prepare reports on training programs.
  • Assist with the periodic evaluation of ongoing programs, providing analysis and recommending changes as warranted.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Professional Development


AFPD courses, involving learning management systems, communication tools, and multimedia, are offered throughout the calendar year. Faculty Development Specialists are also available for pre-scheduled individual or group meetings. Contact your local FDS (contact info above) to reserve a dedicated meeting time.

Course Development Support


Learn how to build and manage a course in Canvas; use Syllabus Builder, Blackboard, and PeopleSoft.

Photo and Video


Learn how to produce still imagery, lecture capture, podcasting, video streaming, and others.

FSCJ Athletic Program Photos (Assorted)
Credits: Phillip Delacruz - photography; Director of Athletics Ginny Alexander, Coach Pedro Yantin - producers

FSCJ Training and Organizational Development Promo
Credits: Paul Hoffman - video, audio, motion graphics; Dr. Marc Boese - producer

Digital Media Promo

Credits: Phillip Delacruz - motion graphics, design, photography; Professor Isaac Brown - photography; Dr. Richard Greene, Dr. Jeff Hess - producers

Converged Communications Promo

Graphic Design, Animation, and Publishing


Learn how to produce graphic art, and leverage publishing tools for instructional media content development, and advertisements/promotions for your area.

Web Content


Learn how to create, enhance, and manage web page media including SharePoint, WebEx, Arc, Skype, WordPress, Joomla, and other forms of online presentation media.

Accommodations

An array of productivity items are available at the FSCJ's Faculty Resource Center and Deerwood Campus Career Resource Center.

Accommodations Campus
Downtown Kent North South Deerwood
Computer Workstations 5 8 6 16 6
Classroom Area (Teaching Lectern, Projection, Speakers) no yes yes yes no
Seating Capacity 10 18 30 38 12
Classroom Computer Stations 5 18 20 16 0
Printers 1 2 2 1 3
Scanners 1 1 2 1 2
WIFI yes yes yes yes yes
Equipment Checkouts yes yes yes yes yes
Office Supplies yes yes yes yes yes
Conference Rooms 1 1 1 2 5
Lounge Areas yes yes yes yes yes
Lockers yes yes yes no yes
Breakroom Access no yes yes yes yes
Supplementary Accommodations
Campus
Nassau Cecil Center
Computer(s) Computer(s)
Work space (tables and chairs) Work space
Wifi Wifi
Printer and Copier Printer
Office Supplies Office Supplies

Additional

For other important resources near your local FRC, the following resources and contact information is provided:

Resources Campus
Downtown Kent North South Deerwood
Need to make copies of your documents?

Contact Duplication Services
904-632-8279 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-381-3453 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-766-6695 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-646-2355 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-997-2628 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Having trouble with technology?

Contact IT Support
904-632-3151 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-632-3151 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-632-3151 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-632-3151 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 904-632-3151 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Need assistance with cleaning or dealing with a building issue?

Contact Maintenance
http://sd.fscj.edu http://sd.fscj.edu http://sd.fscj.edu http://sd.fscj.edu http://sd.fscj.edu
Need access to a classroom? Late for class and need to let students in beforehand? Having a safety issue?

Contact Security
904-633-8200 904-381-3688 904-766-6608 904-646-2357 904-997-2650