Teaching and Learning Tools

By: Kristy Bunton
Last Updated: January 16, 2020

Course Development

The Division of Information Technology offers services and information to help faculty design new courses and improve existing ones.



Assessment is the process by which faculty clarify what they want students to learn, determine how well students are learning and develop ways to enhance learning. Schedule a one-on-one consultation with Celt Staff to get help with testing, measurement, rubric development and data analysis. The OpScan Test Scanning Office provides scanning services for multiple-choice exams and tests using bubble sheets. Contact the OpScan Test Scanning Office at 631-632-8032 or email opscan@stonybrook.edu.


Course Design and Development

Instructional designers, technologists and assessment specialists work with faculty and departments to develop hybrid and fully online courses. CELT Staff works together to answer all pedagogical and technical questions.

Course Evaluations

Each semester, faculty receive student evaluation reports by email after all grades have been posted. Faculty who have questions about increasing their response rates, adding questions or understanding the evaluation reports are encouraged to contact the Faculty Center at 631-632-2780 or CourseEval@stonybrook.

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Academic Technology Services

CELT's Academic Technology Services team provides consultations for faculty who are interested in incorporating technology into their courses. Examples of some academic technologies that you might want to use or require support for include the LMS, web conferencing, eportfolios, engagement and attendance tools (for example Clickers or Echo360 Learning Tools), video creation, slide narration tools and much more. Connect with them and share your experiences through the Academic Technology Services blog.

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