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  1. Google Mail is the preferred email system at Stony Brook University for faculty, staff, and students on West Campus, Southampton, Manhattan, and select departments within the Health Sciences Center.

    Members of Stony Brook Medicine, including Stony Brook Hospital and the School of Dental Medicine, will continue to use Microsoft Exchange for email due to HIPAA compliance requirements.

  2. SUNY 1 & 2 (Legacy) & SMART Financial Systems (SUNY Web portal) are used by department account managers to view state account allocation, expenditure and encumbrance balances. The system is also used by staff to reconcile AEPC Visa card purchases.

    PLEASE NOTE THAT SMRT WILL BE NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE AS OF 12/1/16

  3. SharePoint Online (or Sites which is part of the University's Office 365 application suite) provides collaborative websites for groups such as research teams, committees, and course-related activities. While DoIT encourages students, faculty, and staff to first investigate Google Drive or Google Sites to handle collaborative projects among teams, SharePoint is certainly a viable alternative.  SharePoint is HIPAA and export compliant.

  4. In an effort to maintain efficiency and reliability of computer equipment at Stony Brook University, DoIT's Customer Engagement and Support department has instituted software support standards.

  5. Take richer notes:  OneNote is a flexible application for information gathering and multiple user collaboration for course notes and meeting minutes.  It captures notes that are typed from a keyboard or handwritten from a stylus, screenshots, and audio recordings. You can invite others to view or collaborate on your notes.   

  6. Commonly referred to as Echo, Echo 360 is a versatile and reliable system that automatically captures lectures and converts classroom voice, video,and visual-aids into high quality media files. These media files can be accessed on-line from devices such as iPods, MP3 players, phones, and computers.  Instructors can also utilize Personal Capture, which allows them to record from their own computers.

  7. Department shared folders are a secure and convenient way for staff members within a department to share and collaborate on documents and other files.

  8. 1TB file storage accessible in the cloud that you can access and share from any phone, tablet or computer.  OneDrive provides the ability to create, edit and share files without software, just Internet access.   And you can work with other people in realtime on Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files.  

  9. Most SINC Sites are public computer labs that allow users to access both Windows & Mac computers.
           * Some SINC Sites are for classroom purposes only.  Please read site informtion listed.
    SINC Sites provide Pharos printing services, scanners and access to numerous academic software titles.
    These computer labs are located in many of the academic buildings on campus and have scheduled open hours.  
    TLT computers & printers are also available in the Melville Library Reading Rooms.

  10. DoIT offers L-Soft's LISTSERV, a special program available to set up large mailing lists.  A list can be established for any department, course, or registered student group, but not for an individual's personal use.

  11. VoiceThread is a web-based application that allows you to place media artifacts such as images, presentations, videos and documents and have an asynchronous discussion around it. 

  12. A podcast is a method to deliver content, mostly audio and/or video. The two main advantages of podcasting over streaming is that the podcast is subscribed to and content is delivered in a way that makes it accessible even when you are not at your computer.

  13. Infor EAM is an Enterprise Asset Management system currently being utilized by Facilities and Services, Environmental Health and Safety and Campus Residences.

  14. DoIT feeds information from PeopleSoft and other systems into the campus phone directory and people search online directory. In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), student data is not accessible from Stony Brook's People Search tool, only that of faculty, staff, and emeritus.

  15. To reduce the burden of grading on SB faculty, DoIT's TLT OpScan Office provides test-scanning services for multiple-choice exams and tests using bubble sheets for any course offered through the Registrar on East or West Campus.  

  16. 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.

  17. Stony Brook University is a member of the SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD) and the SUNY Information Technology Exchange Center (ITEC). As an active member of both organizations, Stony Brook receives a number of professional development "points" that may be used by SB employees to pay for the cost of registration to SUNY CPD-sponsored academic program events and SUNY ITEC technical training events.

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

  19. Nolij is a web-based document management system available for University departments who are interested in eliminating paper and managing their business files online.  

    *To login you must be on a Stony Brook network (or VPN) and use your NetID and NetID password to log into either the Administrative or Student Instance.

  20. Google Sites is an online application that makes it easy to host personal websites, especially for people who need quick, up-to-date access, with limited or zero Web development expertise.

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