Educational Technology Services (ETS) Department
You have arrived at Educational Technology Services department (ETS) at Mission College. At ETS, we support and consult all educational technologies such as computers/servers in classrooms and labs, academic audio/visual, media services and other teaching equipment on campus.
Educational Technology Services Support System
In order to streamline support requests and better serve you, we utilize a support ticket system. Every support request is assigned a unique ticket number. All support tickets are documented and reviewed to ensure quality services. A valid email address is required to submit a ticket.
For reporting problems with an immediate impact on class instruction, contact ETS directly:
- Educational Tech help number and email address (408-855-5359 and email@example.com) for problems with classroom/lab computers, internet access, and software.
- Contact Ryan Kapowich at 408-855-5135 for problems with classroom A/V: projector, screens, doc cams, etc.
ETS does not have staff on hand or available during all instructional hours, and cannot guarantee an immediate service response. These numbers are monitored and ETS will respond directly, if staff is on duty.
Mission College Technology Request Process
All technology requests at Mission College must go through this new process. Please follow this link for the PDF file.
Service Area Outcomes
SAO 1: Instructors who submit a project (defined as enhancing instructional technology methods
to students) work order request will receive an acknowledgement of the request along
with request for a project meeting.
SAO 2: Instructors who submit an urgent (defined as any event impeding instruction to students) service call work order request will receive an acknowledgement of the request and responsive action.
Web & Media Services
SAO 1: Mission College employees who submit an urgent (defined as any action requiring immediate
resolution) work order request will receive an acknowledgement of the request and
SAO 2: Mission College employees who submit a project (defined as activity that requires planning and prioritization) work order request will receive an acknowledgement of the request along with a request for a project meeting.