CCA has a broad range of computer labs, lab classrooms, and casual–use computer stations outfitted to serve the college's varied curriculum at both the San Francisco and Oakland Campuses.
Image Digitization and Editing Resources
Equipment and software vaires by Computer Lab but all computer workstations have this general hardware configuration:
Evernote is a popular note taking tool, but it does much more. Evernote lets you collect web clipping, create "to do" lists & reminders, share notes, and collaborate with others. It's very flexible and makes your notes available everywhere (with apps for your computer, phone, and web browser).
To learn more check out the following articles:
To get started with Evernote, download the free version here: Evernote.com
To learn more about the features and pricing plans, visit the plans page.
Online Image Editing Tools
Edit your photos or create new images using these web-based tools. No downloads necessary.
Online Presentation and Viewing Tools
Web-based presentation tools that work well with images, and viewing tools for images and multimedia.
Presentation Software at CCA Labs
Computer Lab workstations are equiped with:
Microsoft Powerpoint and Mac iOS Keynote
Online Image Storage and Sharing
The following sites offer free image storage space for users, and a range of functions that allow you to share, tag, and manage your personal image collections.
Please note that these sites only allow users to upload content they have created (your own photographs or image products). Images scanned from books, downloaded from the web or databases, or acquired from other sources, should not be uploaded into image sharing sites.
Lynda.com training videos are available to current CCA students, faculty, and staff through a campus license. This includes using Lynda.com in your mobile browser, and using the iOS / Android app.
On your mobile browser
If you are using a mobile device that does not use Android or iOS, or do not want to download the app, you can access Lynda.com through your mobile web browser.
NOTE: Firefox for Android does not work with lynda.com. If you are using an Android device, you should access lynda.com through Google Chrome, or download the Lynda app from the Play Store.
Eductional Technology Services (ETS) also offers the Lynda.com Online Training Library (OTL) to all current faculty, students and staff.
This library includes over 820 online courses and 42,000 tutorials covering numerous titles including Microsoft Office, Adobe CS, Apple software and our course management system, Moodle. Our subscription to the Lynda.com OTL service is accessible via the web from any computer, on- or off-campus.