Faculty & Staff

As an integral part of the Southern Maryland community, we love connecting students, faculty, staff, and local residents with valuable resources which enrich their lives. Take a look at some of the many resources available to you.

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Technical Training

The technical training program supports staff and faculty by development and coordination of training opportunities relating to software applications used to perform college business functions. This includes but is not limited to overview training for new employees, GroupWise, Colleague, online services, network and security related topics. In addition, this program also offers some Microsoft Office training as it specifically relates to other college software.

Human Resources Training

Human Resources provides faculty and staff development which includes New Employee Orientation, Supervisory Training, Customer Service, Leadership Development Module, General Skills and Workplace Safety Training.

In an effort to streamline the training available to CSM employees, HRD has moved registration for training into Online Services. Please reference the following guide for detailed steps on how to register --HRD_Registration_Instructions 

Distance Learning and Faculty Development (DLF)

Faculty, please note that the resources previously on this page have be moved into the new myLearning course - "Faculty Resources 101." This includes the Adjunct Faculty Certification Program, the Faculty Development Conference program, and the Faculty Development Committee Mini-Grant program. The new myLearning course will combine multiple faculty resources in one area. If you have questions, please contact the DLF Team.


The Division of Distance Learning and Faculty Development (DLF) embraces an eLearning-centered approach with integrated technology, accessibility, and personal attention, resulting in quality learning and student success in a technology-driven future. The DLF staff provides service to faculty and staff including planning, consulting, and training. The DLF staff encourages, challenges, and assists faculty to incorporate instructional technologies into their traditional, hybrid, and online learning courses. DLF provides support for students, as e-Learners, to help them successfully achieve their academic goals.

Contact Information

  • For distance learning resources, faculty and staff should contact us at 301-934-7572 or
  • For all other questions, contact us at 301-934-2251 or


  • La Plata Campus, LR 202 - The DLF computer lab is available for use by faculty, adjuncts, continuing education instructors, and staff. The 7-station lab is staffed Monday – Friday (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.). We offer laptop docking stations, color printing, Scantron access, self-service copy binding, self-service laminating, scanners, and a wide array of instructional software in our lab area.
  • La Plata Campus, LR 206 - This is the dedicated DLF training room that includes 16 computers and five laptops. If you would like to reserve this room, please call the Academic Support Specialist at 301-539-4736.
  • Leonardtown Campus, A103 - This room is equipped with computers, printers, Internet access, and area to privately work with your students. For your use there is a refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot. Note that DLF staff are available at Leonardtown by appointment, although we try to have one staff person at Leonardtown each week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Contact DLF to schedule an appointment
  • Prince Frederick Campus, A234 and B214, - Note that DLF staff are available at Prince Frederick by appointment, although we try to have one staff person at Prince Frederick each week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Contact DLF to schedule an appointment.
  • Waldorf Center - DLF staff members are available for one-on-one sessions upon request. Contact DLF to schedule an appointment.