Spring 2019 Learning Management System Pilot
The myCourses Users Group and the Center for Learning and Teaching are evaluating the current Learning Management System (LMS) landscape. Binghamton University has been using Blackboard as our LMS since 2000. As needs and tools change over time, it is important to continually evaluate them to ensure they are still meeting the needs of our students and instructors.
Promoting and supporting excellence in student-centered learning for all members of the Binghamton University community.
Instructional Design Services
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.
Technology, multimedia, and audiovisual support for classrooms and courses.
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.
Information about our technology-enhanced classrooms, including available technologies and room reservations.
The video creation and content delivery solution used at Binghamton University.
Synchronous class meetings where participants can see other and share what’s on their screens.