New Part-Time Faculty Orientation Banner January 3rd 2019

The St. Clair College Centre for Academic Excellence will once again offer Part-Time Faculty Orientation.  The interactive session is open to ALL NEW Part-Time Faculty as well as any Part-Time Sessional Faculty / Instructors unable to attend previously. 

The evening will include a light dinner, beverages, and an opportunity to network with fellow colleagues. 

All interested Part-Time Faculty are asked to register here using our online registration form

* If you require any accommodations with food or otherwise, please communicate when you register. 
** If you experience any difficulties in completing the form, please contact Laura Brown at (519) 972-2727 extension 6262 or email at   

Part Time Training New Faculty Orientation

Location: Windsor
Date: Thursday, January 3rd 2019
Time: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Room Location: TBD

Those registered will receive an email the week before the training – providing an updated New Part-Time Faculty Orientation Manual along with room details.  

Faculty attending from Chatham will need to discuss travel details with their respective Departmental Chairs. 





Our agenda for the evening is as follows

5:00 - 5:15 Welcome & Introductions

5:15 - 6:15 Working DINNER Party 

6:15 - 6:55 Course Outline and the Syllabus

6:55 - 7:10 Wellness Break

7:10 - 7:50 Lesson Planning

7:50 - 8:05 Blackboard Teaser

8:05 - 8:45 Classroom Management

8:45 - 9:00 Questions

Part-Time Sessional and Instructor Guide Orientation Manual

Last Updated August 2017-2018. PDF Document offering guidelines & instruction for any instructor - You may find reviewing this material extremely informative - especially if this is your first time teaching within our system. To view the PDF Document Please Click HERE.

You may view the current document however PLEASE DO NOT PRINT (yet) This manual is currently under significant revisions.  Please do not print UNTIL WE CIRCULATE THE Winter 2019 REVISED VERSION.

St. Clair Logo with Part Time Orientation Manual Banner

Blackboard Support

If you are looking for a Blackboard site to be set up for an Academic Program, you will require the four character program code for it, as well as the current semester levels of the students who need to be enrolled. Further details are listed at

If you have not yet logged in, your login credentials for Blackboard would be the same as your college staff email, but if you have any difficulty with that part you would need to contact the help desk at ext. 2500.

Click HERE to view Blackboard OnDemand Training Series of instructor resources created by the professionals to support you.  Not able to find exactly what you are looking for? Don't forget, St. Clair provides additional learning management support to Faculty.

Learn Blackboard with LYNDA 

Log in using your St. Clair College Email Credentials.

Welcome to Blackboard Essential Training. In this course, you will learn what you need to know to get started with Blackboard Learn.  Existing users will also appreciate learning tips, tricks, and even some instructional design strategies that may enhance your teaching and help you get the most out of Blackboard.