Topic Page - Technology

Basic Outlook (document)

Become familiar with the basic functions of your Outlook email.
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Basic Outlook 2013 Skills (online course)

The redesigned Outlook 2013 incorporates advanced e-mail organization, search, communication features. In this session you will learn how to enhance your email productivity using basic Outlook features. In this session, participants will learn the basic fundamentals of Outlook including: - Use Outlook to create / forward / reply to email messages - Identify how to create and add email signatures - Effectively schedule / modify calendar appointments and meetings

Student Technology Centers at all campus locations

Automatically Forward Emails

If you’re an Outlook user who frequently forwards important emails to team members and subordinates, then you can use the Rules feature to automatically send emails from specified senders to a number of recipients. Open this document and follow the instructions to enable the auto-forward option in Outlook.
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eLearning Faculty Support

eLearning/Instructional Development provides faculty support for a variety of digital instructional resources which focus on the College’s two Learning Management Systems: Blackboard and Moodle. Click here for details on attending eLearning (Blackboard or Moodle) training or call 704 330 6111.

ITS Help Desk

Experiencing difficulty with your computer or any CPCC applications? Click this topic to learn how to get IT help or call 704 330 5000.

ITS for Faculty and Staff

The college provides a number of venues for both faculty and students to experience the cutting edge in technology.  ITS is committed to providing state of the art facilities and the support to utilize those facilities.  Listed here are the varying technology-enhanced facilities and technology available within those facilities at the college.

Social Media @CPCC

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) maintains a presence through some of the most popular online services and social networks including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Instagram.


This program is a communication technology that allows people from different locations to work and meet in a virtual session.  WebEx provides tools to collaborate and share ideas using audio, video and other digital content such as specific documents, applications or share your desktop with everyone in the session.

SMART Classroom (podium) Training (online course)

Acquaints participants with the CPCC digital and analog classroom podium components.This course is found in LearnerWeb > Search Course Catalog > Employee Online Learning > Locate the course,click Launch