Center for Learning and Teaching
Technology, multimedia, and audiovisual support for classrooms and courses
Instructional Design Services
Pedagogical support for anyone who teaches at Binghamton University, so courses are engaging and learning is long-lasting
Summer and Winter Sessions
Offering a wide variety of courses (classroom, online, or a blend) in compact time frames
University Tutorial Services
Enhancing students’ learning through tutoring
University Testing Center
Support for faculty in meeting their responsibilities in implementing authorized testing accommodations and fulfilling their efforts to accommodate students who need alternate testing times and locations
Promoting and supporting excellence in student-centered learning for all members of the Binghamton University community.
Koenig Online Recording Studios - The two KOR Studios exist as a location for students and faculty to create online video projects in the Panopto video system
Learning Studios - Information about our technology-enhanced classrooms, including available technologies and room reservations
Panopto - Panopto is the video creation and content delivery solution used by Binghamton University.
Starfish - Starfish at Binghamton is an online appointment scheduling and early alert communication tool that supports student success.
Zoom - Synchronous class meetings where participants can see other and share what’s on their screens.
How to Prevent Zoombombing
Zoom is an important tool that is making working and learning from home possible. But if you don’t take necessary precautions, your meeting could be Zoom-bombed or gate-crashed without you realizing it, causing havoc. Randomly disrupted or hacked meetings have included being bombarded with disturbing imagery among other things.
For public meetings, Zoom reminds users to share your meeting link privately, not on social media, which makes your event public so anyone with the link can join in on the meeting.
Zoom offers a variety of suggestions for managing your meetings’ participants.
Technical changes to classrooms for Fall 2020
In accordance with the temporary regulations put in place to prevent the spread of Covid19, many changes have been implemented to the AudioVisual systems in classrooms on Binghamton University campus. These changes have been made to promote healthy interaction with the technology, and facilitate 'BingFlex' delivery pedagogy: Teaching to in-room students and online students simultaneously.
Please take a moment to read through this document to familiarize yourself with this new environment