DoIT Service Catalog

DoIT offers many IT related services to our faculty, staff, students, clubs and guests.

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25Live

Classrooms and Computer Labs
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

25Live is a space and course scheduling system which enables the University to optimize the use of classroom, meeting and other spaces available on campus. This system helps simplify the room request/reservation process and provides analytics on space needs and assignments, therefore establishing a benchmark for efficient space usage on campus.

Learn More About 25Live

accessVIS

Business Systems
This Service
Login with NetID, Requires DUO
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Stony Brook University's Visa and Immigration Services has gone electronic with accessVIS, an online portal for students, faculty, and staff. The accessVIS system allows electronic submission of immigration requests to Visa and Immigration Services and provides a source of communication for updates and notifications.

Learn More About accessVIS

Admin By Request

Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Admin By Request provides end users a way to request administrator access for their currently logged in user account.  It will allow you to have temporary administrative rights to your workstation, or to just a single application/executable on demand.

Learn More About Admin By Request

Adobe Acrobat Pro

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Adobe Acrobat Pro is software that creates and manages dynamic forms, delivers professional documents and easily allows for the exporting of data for analysis and reporting.

Learn More About Adobe Acrobat Pro

Adobe Creative Cloud

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Creative applications and services that provide artists, designers, developers, photographers, and other creative professionals with tools and assets they need to create innovative work across desktop and mobile devices.

Learn More About Adobe Creative Cloud

AutoCAD

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting program that used by architects, project managers and engineers.  AutoCAD allows users to design buildings, products and spaces without drafting them by hand.

Learn More About AutoCAD

Azure Information Protection (AIP)

Accounts and Passwords Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

The AIP Windows plugin classifies, protects and encrypts documents to ensure only specific people can access them in email.  

Learn More About Azure Information Protection (AIP)

BI Launch Pad

Business Systems Servers Storage and Backup
This Service
Login with NetID, Requires a Campus Connection
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

BI Launch Pad (formerly InfoView) is a web-interface application that enables users to retrieve, view, and print a variety of reports. Registered users can log into the system via their NetID Username and Password.

Learn More About BI Launch Pad

Blackboard

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Stony Brook has moved from Blackboard to Brightspace. Spring 2023 was the final semester that Blackboard was an option for courses, and Blackboard retired on 10/4/2023.

Learn More About Blackboard

Brightspace

Teaching and Learning Tools
Assessment Collaboration Communication Course Management Discussions Grading
This Service
Check System Status, Is Tech Fee Funded, Login with NetID, Requires DUO
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Brightspace is Stony Brook's official learning management system (LMS) and provides an improved learning experience for students and faculty alike with its intuitive, responsive user interface. 

Learn More About Brightspace

Broadcast Email Messaging

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is responsible for distributing broadcast email messages. Requests must be pre-approved by a relevant Vice President, Department Head, or the CIO.

Learn More About Broadcast Email Messaging

Campus Announcements

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Staff, Students

Each Monday morning Campus Announcements is sent by electronic mail to all active New York State and Research Foundation employees, and any alums, retirees, students, FSA employees, affiliates, or community members that have subscribed to receive the mailing.

Learn More About Campus Announcements

CBase

Accounts and Passwords Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

CBase is the learning management system used by faculty, staff and students of Stony Brook University's Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine for tracking syllabi, student progress, exam grades, competency completion, and more.

Learn More About CBase

ChemDraw

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

ChemDraw is a program that allows users to draw chemical structures and convert chemical structures to name and vice versa.

Learn More About ChemDraw

Cisco Webex

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Stony Brook University has partnered with Cisco to bring a new Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications system to the campus. It is a Cloud-based Webex Calling, which is reliable and flexible with great features for users at a cost savings to the campus. Webex Calling is a single app that will work across a multitude of devices, including your desktop computer, laptop, and cellphone. In many cases, a traditional desk phone may not be needed.

Learn More About Cisco Webex

Classroom Technology and Support Solutions

Classrooms and Computer Labs Support Services Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

This is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about our general purpose classrooms. Here, you'll find information about:

  • Technology in the classrooms
  • Support sites and contact
  • Equipment check-outs
  • Best Practices & Guides
  • Classroom features
Learn More About Classroom Technology and Support Solutions

Clickers

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

Stony Brook University utilizes PointSolutions (previously Turning Technologies) polling clickers for interactive, wireless, student responses in classrooms and large lecture halls. PointSolutions 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.

Learn More About Clickers

Computer Classrooms

Classrooms and Computer Labs
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

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.

Learn More About Computer Classrooms

COMSOL Multiphysics

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Students

COMSOL Multiphysics is a physics and engineering program that allows users to analyze elements and simulate various physics/engineering concepts.

Learn More About COMSOL Multiphysics

Data Management Plan Tool

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

The Data Management Plan Tool (DMP Tool) is an online resource that is meant to assist researchers in creating data management plans as required by most grant proposals.

Learn More About Data Management Plan Tool

Data Wiping

Hardware Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

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.

Learn More About Data Wiping

Degree Works

Software
Intended For Use By
Staff, Students

Degree Works is an easy-to use degree audit tool for undergraduate students and their advisors. 

Learn More About Degree Works

Department Shared Folders

Email and Collaboration Servers Storage and Backup
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

Department shared folders are a secure and convenient way for staff members within a department to share and collaborate on documents and other files.  You can map department shared folders and control who can access them from the Active Directory.

Learn More About Department Shared Folders

Digication ePortfolios

Teaching and Learning Tools Web Services
This Service
Login with NetID, Is Tech Fee Funded
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

ePortfolios are a collection of work in an electronic format that shows evidence of learning over time. Students can add to their portfolios whenever they see fit, consistently archiving projects, assignments, and other academic artifacts throughout their academic journeys.

An ePortfolio can demonstrate professional and personal growth, exemplify evidence-based practice and provide a planning space for future professional development needs and experiences.

Learn More About Digication ePortfolios

Duo Security Two-Step Login

Accounts and Passwords Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Two-Step Login is used to protect your account, even if your password is stolen. 

Learn More About Duo Security Two-Step Login

Echo360 Lecture Capture

Teaching and Learning Tools
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded, Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Commonly referred to as Echo, Echo360 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 online from devices such as tablets, phones, and computers. Instructors can also utilize Universal Capture (Personal), which allows them to record from their own computers.

Learn More About Echo360 Lecture Capture

Eduroam

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Guests, Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Stony Brook has enabled Eduroam, the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. 

Learn More About Eduroam

eFax

Email and Collaboration Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

DoIT offers an eFax service that allows users to receive faxes (via email) using any personal computer, laptop, or wireless device connected to the Internet.

Learn More About eFax

Electronic Post Office (EPO)

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Stony Brook University maintains an electronic post office (EPO) for all students, faculty and staff. The EPO is essentially a mail forwarding device that allows everyone at the University to have the same generic email address (@stonybrook.edu) so that no matter what email system Stony Brook may adopt or what domain names change, people will still receive their email. Please note that you must be on the campus network to view or update this service. 

Learn More About Electronic Post Office (EPO)

EndNote

Email and Collaboration Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

EndNote is a bibliographic tool which enables users to quickly organize references while automatically building bibliographic documentation.

Learn More About EndNote

Enterprise Asset Management (HxGN EAM)

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Staff

Hexagon (HxGN) EAM, (formerly known as Infor EAM) is an Enterprise Asset Management system currently being utilized by Facilities and Services, Environmental Health and Safety and Campus Residences.

Learn More About Enterprise Asset Management (HxGN EAM)

Equipment & Hardware Support

Hardware
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Faculty and Staff university-owned devices are primarily supported by DoIT.

Students can also get various computer support services.

Learn More About Equipment & Hardware Support

Faculty Profiles

Business Systems Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

The SBU Faculty Profiles website is available to Stony Brook University faculty across all campuses. The new site is a single place where faculty can update and review their faculty profile. The site acts as the primary repository for several data points and aggregates data from other sources. NetID authentication is required to sign in to update a faculty profile.

Learn More About Faculty Profiles

Faculty/Staff Software Support

Software Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

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.

Learn More About Faculty/Staff Software Support

Google Calendar

Email and Collaboration
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About Google Calendar

Google Chat

Email and Collaboration
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Google Chat is a collaborative messaging tool. It allows you to chat, share content, schedule meetings, and more in a shared space with your team or 1-to-1. And all of your teams can have their own chat Spaces, for collaborating on documents and assigning team tasks. You can even create external Rooms to collaborate with people outside Stony Brook.

Learn More About Google Chat

Google Contacts

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

Google Contacts stores and organizes contact information for those you communicate with and the Stony Brook Directory. Contacts can contain basic information-like names, email addresses, and phone numbers-or extended information, like physical addresses, employers, departments, job titles, or custom notes.

Learn More About Google Contacts

Google Drive

Email and Collaboration Teaching and Learning Tools Web Services
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Google Drive provides a single place to store, create, sync, and share documents, files, and folders of all types.  Access files anywhere - at your desk, from home, or on a mobile device. 

Learn More About Google Drive

Google Groups

Email and Collaboration
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people - such as project teams, departments, or classmates - to communicate and collaborate over topics of common interest.  Request a Google Group for easy group email distribution.

Learn More About Google Groups

Google Mail

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About Google Mail

Google Meet (Web Conferencing)

Web Services
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

Use Google Meet for video conferencing and screen sharing with up to 100 participants.

Learn More About Google Meet (Web Conferencing)

Google Sites

Web Services
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About Google Sites

Google Workspace

Email and Collaboration Servers Storage and Backup Teaching and Learning Tools Web Services
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded, Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Google Workspace for Education is the primary email system for everyone at Stony Brook University except Hospital employees and members of the School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine. Stony Brook's Google Workspace includes Mail, Calendar, Drive, Contacts, Sites, Groups, Hangouts and a host of other applications to enhance communication and real-time collaboration across campus.

Learn More About Google Workspace

High Performance Computing

Hardware Servers Storage and Backup
HPC IACS
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Stony Brook University offers researchers a variety of high-performance computing resources designed to meet the specific demands of their projects.

Learn More About High Performance Computing

IBM SPSS Statistics

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

SPSS is a statistical and data mining software package that allows you to analyze research data to make smarter decisions, solve problems and improve outcomes.

Learn More About IBM SPSS Statistics

InCommon Certificates

Servers Storage and Backup
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

Stony Brook University is registered with the InCommon Certificate Service, a means for IT partners and the University community to easily and affordably obtain digital certificates for the safe sharing of online resources, such as the securing of departmental Web servers.

The InCommon Certificate Service provides unlimited SSL, encryption and code signing PKI certificates for all domains owned by Stony Brook University for one fixed annual fee, allowing Stony Brook to issue certificates based on technical and security needs. The certificates are generated through Sectigo, a trusted commercial certificate authority.

Learn More About InCommon Certificates

Infrastructure Cabling

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

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 cabling services can be requested by clicking here: Cabling and Jack Requests

Learn More About Infrastructure Cabling

IT Service Portal

Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

For the fastest response, log in to the Service Portal with your NetID and password to report issues or make requests for IT services.
The DoIT Service Desk will be prioritizing answering help tickets submitted through the Service Portal.

Learn More About IT Service Portal

JAMF

Hardware Software Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Jamf is our management tool for macOS computers (MacBooks, iMacs, etc.). It’s used to set up, pre-configure, update and manage new devices.

Learn More About JAMF

K16 Storage Solutions

Servers Storage and Backup
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

K16 Storage Solutions is archived student records from Blackboard and is available in limited file formats: PDF or screenshots (images).  

Learn More About K16 Storage Solutions

Kace Self-Service Portal

Support Services
Intended For Use By
Staff, Students

Kace allows users to install pre-approved software packages on their Stony Brook managed Windows computers at their convenience.

Learn More About Kace Self-Service Portal

LastPass

Accounts and Passwords
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

LastPass Premium is a password management service that allows you to set, store, and safely share unique and secure passwords for all of your personal accounts.

LastPass Premium is free for personal use to faculty, staff, and students (use LastPass Enterprise for work accounts).

Learn More About LastPass

LastPass Enterprise

Accounts and Passwords
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

LastPass Enterprise is a password management service that allows staff to set, store, and safely share unique and secure passwords for enterprise (work) accounts.

(Use LastPass Premium for personal passwords, e.g., those for Facebook, Amazon, personal Gmail, etc..)

Learn More About LastPass Enterprise

Library Journals

Teaching and Learning Tools

Stony Brook University Libraries provides access to hundreds of databases and thousands of electronic journals.  Our electronic collection supports teaching and research across all disciplines.  The electronic collection includes databases, journals, mobile apps, and research tools. Users can access these resources remotely; making it convenient for researchers, students, and scholars to stay updated and engaged with the latest research.  To get started, visit the Stony Brook Libraries website.

Learn More About Library Journals

LISTSERV (Electronic Mailing Lists)

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

DoIT is no longer creating new Listservs. This service is now only available for existing Listservs. If you are looking for a way to communicate with groups of people, we recommend Google Groups.

Learn More About LISTSERV (Electronic Mailing Lists)

Malware Shield

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Stony Brook's Data Network Services and IT Security teams added additional security to the campus network during the summer of 2010. A network name server was implemented to check the URLs of websites that users on campus visit against a list of known distributors of malware. Instead of visiting a site that is known to be a distributor of malware, the Web browser is redirected to a malware shield (Web page) which advises users why the site they are trying to reach may have been flagged as being potentially harmful.

Learn More About Malware Shield

Maple

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Maple is a sophisticated program for solving mathematical problems symbolically as well as numerically.

Learn More About Maple

MATLAB

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

MathWorks produces mathematical computing software for engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and researchers. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation.

Learn More About MATLAB

Media Systems Engineering

Classrooms and Computer Labs Support Services Teaching and Learning Tools
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

The Media Systems Engineering team provides level 2 and 3 technical support 

of the audio/visual integrated experience in learning spaces across our many campuses.


 

Learn More About Media Systems Engineering

Media Systems Engineering Projects

Our Media Systems Engineering team is busy all year long.  

However, our busy season is always when the campus is empty. 

Below is a sample of our completed and current projects. 

Learn More About Media Systems Engineering Projects

Microsoft CoPilot Enterprise

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Copilot provides AI chat for the web with access to models like GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 included with the campus license.

Learn More About Microsoft CoPilot Enterprise

Microsoft Office 365

Email and Collaboration Servers Storage and Backup Software Teaching and Learning Tools Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Office 365 is a collaborative, cloud-based storage, communication and applications solution provided by Microsoft.

Learn More About Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Project

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Microsoft Project provides project management tools that blend usability, power, and flexibility to help develop and manage plans, track progress, manage budgets and analyze workloads more efficiently and effectively.

Learn More About Microsoft Project

Microsoft Visio

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Microsoft Visio is a visualization software that allows IT and business professionals to explore and communicate complex information. 

Learn More About Microsoft Visio

MySBfiles

Servers Storage and Backup
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

MySBfiles is a network storage option for all students, faculty, and staff. Up to 2 GB of data can be stored in your personal MySBfiles which is backed up regularly on an automated basis by University servers. You can access your MySBfiles from on or off campus using a Web browser. 

Note: Users on the UHMC domain will use their Home Directory ("U Drive") instead of MySBfiles. For information please call the UHMC Help Desk at 4-HELP.

Learn More About MySBfiles

myTIME

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

myTIME is Stony Brook's time and attendance reporting system that replaces paper timesheet reporting.

Learn More About myTIME

NERCOMP

Support Services Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

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.

Learn More About NERCOMP

NetID

Accounts and Passwords
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Every active employee, student, and faculty member is assigned a NetID, which is used to access various computing resources. Use the Password Reset Tool to Set/Change your NetID Password or find your NetID.

Learn More About NetID

Network (Wired)

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About Network (Wired)

NVivo

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Students

NVivo is software for gaining richer insights from qualitative and mixed-methods data.

Learn More About NVivo

NYSERNet and Internet2

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

Stony Brook offers researchers high-capacity, high-speed connections to the Internet as a member of NYSERNet and Internet2.

Learn More About NYSERNet and Internet2

OnBase

Business Systems Servers Storage and Backup
This Service
Requires DUO, Requires a Campus Connection
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

OnBase is a document management system available for University departments who are interested in eliminating paper and managing their business files.  

Learn More About OnBase

OneDrive

Email and Collaboration Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

OneDrive provides the ability to create, edit and share files without software, just Internet access. OneDrive allows up to 50GBs of cloud file storage that you can access and share from any phone, tablet, or computer. In addition, you can work with other people in realtime on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files.  

Learn More About OneDrive

OneNote

Email and Collaboration Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About OneNote

OnTheHub.com

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

OnTheHub Network from Kivuto Solutions allows our campus community to access select software products for use on personal computers.

Learn More About OnTheHub.com

OU Campus Content Management System

Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

The Web Services team in the Office of Marketing and Communications provides training and support for the OU Campus Content Management System. A series of responsive page templates branded in the Stony Brook look and feel have been designed to give non-technical administrative personnel the ability to quickly update content without having to be a graphic designer or programmer. 

Learn More About OU Campus Content Management System

PeopleSoft

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Stony Brook University uses PeopleSoft as its core administrative system for managing Financial, Human Resources and Student Administration operations.

Learn More About PeopleSoft

Phone Directory and People Search

Business Systems Email and Collaboration Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

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.

Learn More About Phone Directory and People Search

Printing

Printing Support Services
Intended For Use By
Guests, Students

Students can print in SINC Sites and other computer labs on campus, or by using Stony Brook's Print From Anywhere service.

Staff and Faculty can visit the Institutional Printer Recommendation page for printer options.

Learn More About Printing

Qualtrics

Teaching and Learning Tools
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded, Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Qualtrics is a hosted survey and research tool that Stony Brook University has subscribed to in order to conduct quality surveys with the end result of collecting and analyzing data. It is available to all students, faculty, and staff who have an active NetID.

Qualtrics cannot be used for clinical purposes or to collect data considered Protected Health Information (PHI).  Confirm with IRB if you can use Qualtrics for your research.

Learn More About Qualtrics

RD Gateway

Accounts and Passwords Business Systems Servers Storage and Backup Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

RD Gateway establishes a secure connection to remote Stony Brook computers.

An RD Gateway allows you to more safely connect through Remote Desktop Protocol to a Windows system because connections use HTTPS instead of connecting directly.

Learn More About RD Gateway

Requesting New Learning Tools

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors

Instructors interested in using a new learning tool need to formally request it. This page explains the overall process that instructors need to follow.

(Before submitting a request for a tool, instructors are encouraged to reach out to Academic Technologies to see if it's the right tool for them.)

Learn More About Requesting New Learning Tools

Respondus

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Students

Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor are 2 parts of a virtual proctoring system used with tests and quizzes in Brightspace.

Respondus 4 is an application that allows instructors to create tests and question pools, offline, and then upload them to Brightspace. 

*** Note: Respondus Lockdown Browser & Respondus Monitor are NOT available in the SINC Sites or on the Virtual SINC Site. Both require students' install software on their personal machines.***

Learn More About Respondus

RF Business System

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

The RF Business System consists of the Oracle suite of grants management, financial and human resources applications. It is primarily a transaction-processing and report-generating system used by the administrative offices that conduct research activity and serve the Stony Brook research community.

Learn More About RF Business System

SAS

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Students

SAS is a statistical software suite developed by SAS Institute for data management, advanced analytics, multivariate analysis, business intelligence, criminal investigation, and predictive analytics.

Learn More About SAS

SB Alert

Email and Collaboration
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

SB Alert is the University's emergency notification system used to alert the campus community of major emergencies, immediate threats or impending situations that could pose harm, disrupt classes, impact facilities, activities, or other operations. When activated, the system can send a voice, alphanumeric page, email and/or text message to all of the devices that you enter into the SB Alert - Contact Information tab in SOLAR.

Learn More About SB Alert

SB You

Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

SB You is a web publishing platform powered by WordPress that lets you quickly create professional-looking websites. Faculty, staff and students can create a single site or as many as they want for a variety of purposes such as course information, team activities or personal blogs and portfolios.

Learn More About SB You

SBEvents - Request a New Event

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

SB Events is a web-based event registration management service available to the University community who are interested in having online registration for a University sponsored event and/or fee collection from attendees.

SB Events does not include room reservations, catering, or event staff.

Learn More About SBEvents - Request a New Event

SBU Class Find

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Students

This service has been retired.

Learn More About SBU Class Find

SBU Reporting

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

SBU Reporting is a web-based delivery system that provides access to ready-made reports for academic and financial data. These reports are run from the data warehouse system that loads data daily from the university PeopleSoft ERP modules.

Learn More About SBU Reporting

Schedule Builder

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Students

Schedule Builder is a web-based program that allows students to build their Stony Brook class schedules much quicker and easier.

Learn More About Schedule Builder

Seawolves Cinema

Networking Phones and TV Web Services
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Students

Stony Brook has teamed up with SWANK Motion Pictures Inc to provide you with the latest films tailored to YOUR preferences, available for STREAMING straight to your phone, iPad, or PC.

This service is accessible to all on-campus residents, enabling you to stream content to your computer and mobile devices while you're staying at Stony Brook.

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SharePoint

Email and Collaboration Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

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.

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SINC Sites

Classrooms and Computer Labs Printing Support Services
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Guests, Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

SINC Sites (Students In Need of Computers) are public computer labs/study spaces that allow users to access both Windows & Mac computers. SINC Sites provide printing services, tech support, laptop loaner program, BYOD spaces, and access to numerous academic software titles.

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Single Sign On (SSO)

Accounts and Passwords
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

In an effort to decrease the number of passwords required to access computing applications across the University, DoIT has incrementally implemented its Web-based, NetID Single Sign On (SSO) service since 2008. Users can log in to campus applications such as Google Apps for Education and WolfMart without having to sign on multiple times or remember many passwords. The SSO service is only used for those applications accessed through a Web browser. Client-based applications, such as the mail client on a smart phone, do not use the Stony Brook SSO.

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Softweb

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Softweb is Stony Brook's software distribution website. It is the host from which members of the campus community may download different software titles

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SOLAR

Accounts and Passwords Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

SOLAR is Stony Brook University's enterprise-wide, self-service system which provides faculty, staff, and students with online access to manage personal information. Students use SOLAR to register for classes, print schedules, view and pay bills, update personal contact information, view transcripts, and submit student employment timesheets. Employees use SOLAR to update personal contact information, view vacation/sick accruals, print class rosters, submit grades, and much more.

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Solstice

Classrooms and Computer Labs Teaching and Learning Tools

Mersive Solstice is a high-performance in-room collaboration platform that improves the usability and productivity of meeting and learning spaces. Solstice enables users on any device to easily share, control, and mark up content on in-room displays to drive more efficient, engaging, and productive meetings.

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StarRez

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Staff, Students

The online housing system used at Stony Brook University is called StarRez. 

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Student Laptop Loaner Program

This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded, Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Students

Need a laptop?   SBU students with valid SBU ID may borrow a laptop for use anywhere.  

MELVILLE LIBRARY SINC SITE / TECH STATION / ROOM S1460

All laptop loans are due by May 15th at 6PM. Scroll down to "HOW TO RENEW A LAPTOP" for instructions on renewals.

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SUNY BI & SUNY FMS Financial Systems (SUNY Web portal)

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

SUNY BI & SUNY FMS are Financial Systems (SUNY Web portal) 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.

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SUNY CPD Points

Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

Stony Brook University is a member of the SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD). As an active member 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.

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Symantec Endpoint Protection Antivirus

Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Antivirus for Faculty, Staff and Students that protects your computer from viruses and other security threats.

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Talent Management System (TMS)

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

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

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Teaching and Learning Lab

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff

Stony Brook's 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.

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Tech Stations

Support Services
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Students

Conveniently located service centers for technology support in East Side Dining, ECC (Room 128), & Melville Library Tech Station (S1460) , students, faculty, and staff can schedule a time to receive assistance with their technology issues or answers to their questions. 

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Training and Development

Support Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Learn more about how to use Division of Information Technology Services.

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Turnitin®

Teaching and Learning Tools
Intended For Use By
Instructors

Promotes academic integrity by leveraging cutting-edge technology to prevent plagiarism.  Streamlines grading and delivers formative and summative feedback to help students improve their writing.

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TV Broadcast & Distribution

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

DoIT's TLT Educational Technologies department maintains the local origination system for both the residential and hospital cable TV system. Each system has locally-originated channels (see channel lineup below) that includes satellite, electronic bulletin board, and video playback systems. Most of the residential channels are programmed by other departments, but run through the Educational Technologies system. Educational Technologies is not responsible for other programming (purchasing entertainment or news channels) or transmission (reception problems). Students experiencing problems with reception or concerns about non-locally originated programming should contact their RHD.

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Virtual SINC Site

Classrooms and Computer Labs Printing Software Teaching and Learning Tools
This Service
Is Tech Fee Funded
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

The Virtual SINC Site provides a way for students, faculty, and staff members to access site-licensed, academic software titles directly from their personal computers from either on or off campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students can also use the Virtual SINC Site to access the Print From Anywhere service using any device or operating system.

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VMware

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

VMware is a virtualization and cloud computing software provider. Under certain circumstances, faculty and students may obtain this software free of charge under the VMware Academic Program. Staff using VMware products to support the infrastructure of the University must purchase licenses.  

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VoiceThread

Email and Collaboration Teaching and Learning Tools Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

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. 

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VPN

Networking Phones and TV
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Stony Brook's virtual private network (VPN) allows access to certain Stony Brook applications, resources, and services from off-campus.
NOTE: The VPN requires a Stony Brook email address and Duo 2-Step login prior to downloading and installing the VPN.  

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WolfieNet

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Guests, Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

WolfieNet-Secure is Stony Brook University's recommended wireless network on West Campus, Southampton, Manhattan, and parts of East Campus. It is available to all faculty, students, and staff. New locations continue to be added as wireless technology and equipment continues to be upgraded and enhanced in order to handle the growing number of devices seeking to connect to the network. For visitors to the University, WolfieNet-Guest is the recommended network to use.

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WolfieNet Get Connected

Networking Phones and TV Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Use getwolfienet.com to properly configure laptop computers, mobile devices and tablets to make for a quicker and easier connection to WolfieNet-Secure.

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WolfieNet IoT

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Students

WolfieNet-IoT (IoT = Internet of Things) is a wireless network that is only available in the residential network. This should only be used by games and mobile devices that cannot authenticate using the WPA2 Enterprise protocol.

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WolfieNet-Guest

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students

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

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WolfieNet-Secure

Networking Phones and TV
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

The WolfieNet-Secure wireless network is one of SBU networks available for connecting via WiFi to many of the SBU Campus resources and internet access.  WolfieNet-Secure is the recommended network for all students, faculty, and staff while on campus.  Use your NetID to gain access to this secure network for your personal mobile devices.

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WolfMart

Business Systems
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff

WolfMart is Stony Brook's online requisitioning tool that allows purchasers to quickly locate and buy products and services from University contracts and preferred suppliers. This easy-to-use interface allows purchasers to compare product details and pricing across suppliers and helps make educated buying decisions.

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Wolfram Mathematica

Software
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Students

Wolfram Mathematica is a computational software program used widely in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields.

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Yammer

Email and Collaboration Web Services
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Researchers, Staff, Students

Yammer is Stony Brook's internal social network. It is an online environment for discussion and conversation. It can help you get work done and support teamwork and collaboration across the institution.

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Zoom

Email and Collaboration
This Service
Login with NetID
Intended For Use By
Instructors, Staff, Students

Zoom is a video and audio web conferencing tool with easy collaboration, chat, screen sharing and more across mobile devices, desktops, and telephones.

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