Classrooms and Computer Labs


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.

For Use By: Clubs, Faculty, Guests, Researchers, Staff, Students, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

Classroom Equipment & Consumable Supplies

General Purpose Classrooms (GPCs) have different configurations of installed equipment. Audio Visual Services provides support, training, troubleshooting, and maintenance of these systems.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Students, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

Classroom Finder

DoIT's Teaching, Learning + Technology department created a web-based classroom finder tool to assist in the selection of TLT-supported classrooms.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

Collaborative Learning Areas (CoLAs)

Collaborative Learning Areas or CoLAs are special spaces that are built to facilitate group work, projects, and study. Unlike SINC Sites, CoLAs are designed to allow groups of students to work together on projects and other assignments.

For Use By: Students

Computer Classroom or SINC Site Software Request

For Use By: Faculty, Researchers, Staff, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

Computer Classrooms

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.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff

Computer Labs

For Use By: Students

SINC Sites

For Use By: Students, Teaching Assistants (TA's)

TLT Student Help Desk

The TLT Student Help Desk assists students, faculty and staff in utilizing different technologies available at Stony Brook University and in the SINC Sites. The student consultants who work for the TLT Help Desk offer help to users in person, over the phone, through email  and live chat. The TLT Student Help Desk is equipped to answer questions and troubleshoot common problems.  If a consultant is unable to help with a problem, they will create and submit a trouble ticket which will be forwarded to the appropriate DoIT staff member for review.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Students

Virtual SINC Site

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.

For Use By: Faculty, Staff, Students