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Lynda.com Available to HCC Faculty & Staff

lynda.com is a high-quality resource for faculty and staff looking to develop skills in Adobe, Microsoft Office, Moodle, project management, social media, and a wide range of other topics.

Learning Glass now available to HCC Faculty

To help faculty build on the comfort of presenting ideas visually on a board, the Curriculum Innovation Center at Central College introduces The Learning Glass Studio.

One Button Studio

One Button Studio Now Open at Alief Campus

HCC’s first One Button Studio is now open at the Spring Branch Campus Library (RC19). The studio provides a simplified recording environment where faculty, staff and students can create high quality videos with no knowledge of the technical aspects of production.

Present great images with ARTstor, a browseable digital repository

ARTstor is a digital repository for images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences for use by instructors and students at HCC.

ARTstor: A Browseable Digital Repository

ARTstor is a digital repository for images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences, licensed by HCC for its instructors and students.


Emergency Support Resource Centers

In an effort to assist students and faculty who may have concerns or issues related to the aftermath of Harvey, Northwest campuses will have Resource Centers set up for distribution of information, collecting and distribution of donations, and helping students find the various resources and services we have available.

Instructional Software Requests

Department chairs and designated faculty can request for instructional software to be installed in their respective computer labs at the Alief-Hayes, Bissonnet, Katy and Spring Branch campuses. Please review the software currently installed at http://tech.nwc.hccs.edu/software To request new software or to update existing software, fill out the Classroom/Lab Software Request Form. For software requests at other HCC […]

Northwest Tech Support Requests

As we start the semester, the IT Helpdesk as well as local college technology staff usually receive higher than normal volumes of support requests. Our priority at this stage is to ensure that Registration/Enrollment services and Student lab/classrooms are not affected by this increase in requests.