Welcome to Fall 2019!
To view information specific to your art history course, please click on "courses" in the above right corner.
Follow these steps to access your online art history course in Canvas:
- Bookmark and follow this link to our online classroom in Canvas: https://ccsf.instructure.com/. This is where you will complete and turn in all work, interact with peers, and be able to contact me.
- Type in your CCSF ID for your username. Examples: W12345678 or @12345678
- Type in your RAM ID for your password. Find out how to do this in the RAM Instructions Google Doc. Need help with your RAM ID? Call the CCSF Helpdesk at 415-239-3711 or toll-free at 844-693-4357.
- Please note: You will not be able to log into the course until the course start date.
Instructor Contact Info
Instructor: Nicole Krup Oest
Department: Visual Arts
Email: email@example.com. Once in Canvas, the preferred method of contact is the Canvas Inbox. Please allow me 48 hours (Monday through Friday) to respond to your emails or Canvas messages.
Phone: 1+415-239-3448 (please note that emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or messages sent via Canvas are strongly preferred).
Office hours: Fall semester 2019 on-campus office hours and online office hours in Zoom (online conferencing tool in Canvas) to be determined; by appointment
City College of San Francisco
Visual Arts, V18
50 Frida Kahlo Way
San Francisco, CA 94112
Online Learning Success
Writing tutoring at the CCSF English Lab
Student Services and Concerns
CCSF Bookstore (Ocean campus and online)
Art History Resources
Free museum tickets with your public library card through the Discover and Go program
Go to the RAM ID Portal and Login.
Username: CCSF ID, examples: W12345678 or @12345678
Your Canvas password is your RAM ID password.
Instructions for new students
Once logged in, Click on the Canvas Tile.
Shortcut: Login directly to Canvas.
Canvas Support Hotline (844) 592-2198 available 24/7.
What are the real challenges encountered by both new and experienced online students, and how can you be successful? Tune into this short tutorial video to help debunk common myths about online learning.