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  1. To prevent the inadvertent transfer of sensitive and/or personal data to unauthorized parties, the New York State Office of General Services (NYS-OGS) requires all surplus IT equipment to be cleansed of all data before disposing or repurposing. It is expected that all data be erased from the hard drive (and any other media) in such a manner that it cannot be recovered. Customer Engagement and Support can provide this service on an as-needed basis. It is recommended that when repurposing equipment (e.g. moving machines between personnel or departments), that the machine be cleaned of any University data before the swap.

  2. To support the Stony Brook research community, DoIT developed Research Technologies to act as a liaison with campus researchers and offer technical expertise and the opportunity to collaborate with a variety of IT leaders and IT partners. Its core mission is to focus on listening, collaborating, developing, and integrating technology offerings to those campus community members conducting research.

  3. Training on Scheduling Classes in PeopleSoft.

  4. Use this app to quickly and easily request ROUTINE maintenance in the residence halls. The SBU 311 App allows you to choose your exact location in the SBU residence halls and take a picture of the problem. You can even track the progress of your work request from your mobile phone!  

  5. Stony Brook University currently uses Windstream (formerly Paetec) as its telephone service provider and Unify for its equipment and connectivity needs. Network Services is responsible for installing, changing, or removing phone lines, but all requests for service need to go through Customer Engagement and Support.

  6. Blackboard is Stony Brook University's learning management system (LMS), which allows instructors to supplement face-to-face classes, or launch online classes. Blackboard includes a variety of features that allow instructors to do anything from uploading course documents, to posting an announcement, to collecting and grading assignments. For students, Blackboard offers an easy way to contact instructors, download and access course documents, and check grades.

  7. Mobile/Digital Now is about transforming the Stony Brook University experience across campus. Through active engagement with faculty and students we are working to reinvent both physical and virtual learning environments, optimizing wireless access, inspiring instructors to move to digital content, and to leverage mobile access across the lifecycle of student experiences.

  8. The Talent Management System is used for hiring and performance management at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook Medicine, and Long Island State Veterans Home.

  9. Stony Brook University is a NERCOMP Member

    NERCOMP cultivates communities of practice around information and technology, promotes strategic partnerships, and advances innovation and leadership in educational institutions across the Northeastern United States.

  10. Stony Brook University utilizes Turning Technologies' polling clickers for interactive, wireless, student responses in classrooms and large lecture halls. TurningPoint Cloud allows instructors to float a poll bar above any application, and gives the ability to track each student's performance data generated during a lesson or team activity. This tracking produces student and class performance reports with respect to lessons.

  11. Network Services provides the cabling infrastructure for the University which serves all voice, data, and television needs. This includes indoor station cabling (jacks) and outdoor, underground feeds.

    All requests for service should be directed to Customer Engagement and Support.

  12. WolfieNet-Guest is  to be used by visitors of the University's West Campus to attend conferences, seminars, workshops, etc.

  13. Most SINC Sites may be reserved for classes. In addition, some computer classrooms are reserved exclusively for course use and are not used as open labs for students.

  14. Stony Brook University values student feedback in maintaining the high quality education it provides and is committed to the course evaluation process.... giving students a chance to provide information and feedback to an instructor which allows for development and improvement of courses.

  15. OpScan Test Scoring Faculty, Staff The turn-around time is usually 48 hours. However, it may vary depending on the number of forms, complexity of the requests, conditions of the forms, and the timing during ...
  16. Google Calendar is the calendar feature offered with Google Apps for Education. It allows users to easily create, share, edit, and delete meeting invitations, calendar events, and tasks. These are easily accessed and synced between computers and mobile devices.

  17. CSS Classes:  overlay-gray Background Image HD:  Center tight About ...
  18. Google Forms is a powerful way to collect data, allowing for analysis in a spreadsheet. However, using formulas, you can do even more with the form data, for example automatically count the number of a certain response (e.g., number of "yes" responses), add up values within a response (e.g., total cost of requested equipment), automatically pull only some data into a separate worksheet for further analysis

  19. Stony Brook University Reporting is a data warehouse of student, course and financial data compiled from PeopleSoft. This information is copied from the PeopleSoft database the previous day.

  20. Each campus residence is equipped with a wired network connection. In addition, there are several locations on campus where public jacks are available for use.

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