The Academic Integrity Office
facilitates the process of reporting and appealing possible academic dishonesty and/or
grievances against faculty or staff.
Academic Technology Support
Academic Technology Support offers services, training, and support for the technologies directly related to teaching
and learning, such as Blackboard (learning management system), Echo 360 (lecture engagement
tools), Digication (ePortfolios), Turning Technologies (student response systems),
VoiceThread (narrated PowerPoints/multimedia discussion board), Zoom and Google Meet
(web conferencing for guest lectures and office hours).
Classroom Technology and Support Solutions
Classroom Technology & Support Solutions provides numerous services to enhance and facilitate classroom instruction. Service
counters in the Javits Lecture Center (currently closed due to renovations), the Health
Sciences Center, and Frey Hall each provide different aspects of support.
Stony Brook University Libraries offer many services that can assist you in your teaching and learning needs such
Open Educational Resources (OER),
multimedia streaming services, and
the Laptop Loan Program for Students.
Student Accessibility Support Center (SASC) assists students and employees with disabilities in accessing the many resources
of the University. Individuals with visual, mobility and hearing impairment as well
as those with hidden disabilities such as chronic medical conditions, psychological,
and learning disabilities are invited to make use of the services and equipment available.
Individuals with permanent or temporary disabilities are also encouraged to consult
Student Success website is designed to help direct students to some of the most important resources on campus
to help them continue moving forward on their journey. Connect with an academic advisor,
find a mentor, get involved on campus, pursue an on or off campus job or internship,
or learn how to mange your finances, this website offers students direction to the
tools to be successful at Stony Brook.
Teaching Learning Lab
Teaching Learning Lab offers a wide variety of services to help teach and assist in the creation of multimedia
projects for the university's community.
Instructors and teaching assistants are welcome to come brainstorm with the creative
and technical staff and get help and additional input on anything from a PowerPoint
presentation to professional quality video, web pages, illustrations or animations.
It's not always easy to figure out the best way to format media for a given purpose,
or the different settings to apply to recording equipment when you intend to post
a video to social media, YouTube, or a website. In the
Teaching Learning Lab, students, faculty, and staff work side by side creating videos, applications, websites,
and more. To find out where to get started, and get expert advice on all things technology,
simply walk in, make an appointment, or
send an email
to the welcoming staff at the Teaching Learning Lab.