Faculty Resources

This webpage is designed for adjunct and full-time faculty. Important information and documents will be housed on this page. Check back regularly for updates. Last update: 03/01/2024

Academic Technology is available to help you virtually. Check the regular updates for hours sent by Pamela Rivers. Email kalina.hill@bakersfieldcollege.edu with any questions concerning office hours.

Handouts & Resources

Faculty & Staff: Financial Aid Presentations

Presentation Request Form

Financial aid is happy to speak to your students on a variety of topics, such as:

  • FAFSA Completion
  • Verification
  • Types of Aid (Grants, scholarships, etc.)
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • And more!

Faculty and Staff:

Interested in using CashCourse in the classroom, workshop or home? CashCourse is free for everyone! All you have to do is request access by emailing bc_faid@bakersfieldcollege.edu. Include last name, first name, department, title and phone number.

If you are BC faculty or staff and would like to request an on-demand financial aid or scholarship presentation for your students, complete this simple presentation request form.

Accessibility Resources

Accessibility Center

Information about Accessibility and the law, step-by-step guidance for creating accessible content, and training resources can be found in the Accessibility Center Resources.

DSPS Resources

Video Captioning Workshop

Date: 10/18/17

Video Captioning Update

Video captions must be 99.9% accurate. This means, you may not use a video from a publisher, whether on Youtube, another service, or purchased from a vendor, unless that video is captioned with 99.9% accuracy of word content, sounds, audio descriptions, punctuation, etc.

Recommended Reading for Captioning

Captioning Guidance

The Captioning Key offers guidance on captioning from Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP):

Audio Descriptions

Audio descriptions are intended to provide blind and visually-impaired users with additional information about what may be happening on-screen. For instance, including speaker identification or on-screen instructions so that the screen reader will read words in the video. If the information is not in the audio track, then include this information as an audio description, including directional cues and other on-screen information, in the captioning.

The Description Key from the Described and Captioned Media Program provides guidance for writing audio descriptions, including what to describe and how to describe on-screen information:

Further resources are available in the Accessibility Center Faculty Resources.


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