The Office of E-Learning supports students taking courses in the School of Professional Development (SPD) with course-related issues on all online, blended, cohort, and supplemental Blackboard sites.
There are many technologies and resources supported by SPD's Office of E-Learning and most will be delivered via the learning management system, Blackboard. Please see the resources below if you need help or want to learn something new. You can also email us at email@example.com with questions.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Information on student readiness, enrollment and where to go if you need additional help.FAQs
You can watch videos on specific topics pertaining to Blackboard topics like how to take a test online, how to check your grades, submitting assignment and more.Watch Videos
The Division of Information Technology website that provides an overview of Blackboard's features.
SPD Student Support Site
The Blackboard Student Support site provides access to resources such as research resources, Blackboard tools, policies pertaining to e-learning, and helpful tech links. (For registered students only; log-in required.)
Campus Technology Resources
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) has an online Student Guide that provides an overview of essential services offered by DoIT, including free software, campus SINC site and on-demand training.Student IT Guide
Research and Citation Support
SPD Library Guide - A curated guide designed to help students in the School of Professional Development with their research.SPD Lib Guide
Research Skills Webinar
SBU librarians offer an online workshop that orients students to the resources available at the University, including how to find articles, books, research tutorials, and other tools to help them succeed in their classes. The webinar covers the basic research skills needed to complete assignments quickly and easily, using the specific subscription resources available through the Stony Brook University Libraries.
SBU librarians offer citationsupport and style guides for SPD students, as well as tutorials that support academic honesty and integrity in the classroom. This information can be found on their SPD Library Guide website, or explained in one of the citation skills webinars offered in the Fall and Spring terms.