Events

Mar
11
Mon
11:30am - 1:30pm
University Downtown Center room 220

IJWB Research Affiliates,

As the IJWB's community schools' research grows and flourishes, we want to support our affiliates in seeing how your research connects to this work.  In order to assist with this, we have invited Dr. Ira Harkavy, founder of the Netter Center for Community Partnerships and the university-assisted model of community schools at the University of Pennsylvania to provide a stimulating lecture for IJWB research affiliates and other interested faculty about this work.

Please join us for lunch, lecture, and discussion on Monday, March 11, 2024, from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM at the University Downtown Center room 220.  RSVP by March 1st to Debbie Collett-O'Brien at dcollet@binghamton.edu. Please reach out to Naorah, Amber, Debbie, or me with any questions.

Attached please find Dr. Harkavy's bio for your reference.

We hope to see you there!  And please feel free to invite colleagues from across campus.
Laura

Laura R. Bronstein, LCSWR, ACSW, PhD, (she, her, hers) Dean, College of Community and Public Affairs Professor, Department of Social Work Director, Institute for Justice & Well-beingFounding Director, Binghamton University Community SchoolsBinghamton University http://www2.binghamton.edu/ccpa/https://www.binghamton.edu/institutes/ijwb/index.htmlhttps://www.binghamton.edu/ccpa/about/community/community-schools/index.html
Mar
15
Fri
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Mar
30
Sat
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Apr
15
Mon
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Apr
30
Tue
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

May
3
Fri
9:30am - 4:30pm
Binghamton University Downtown Center—College of Community and Public Affairs, 67 Washington St, Binghamton, NY 13902, USA
SOLUTION-FOCUSED TELEMENTAL HEALTH: THEORY AND PRACTICE

This training will familiarize practitioners with BFBT and how to implement it in a virtual setting. SFBT Involves the fundamental assumptions that people have the inherent resources to change and can create their own solutions. This approach utilizes specific types of questioning techniques aimed at helping clients think about behavior changes These questions help clients move beyond the sense of failure that they may have experienced through repeated attempts to solve the problem.

By the end of this training, practitioners should be able to:

- Describe and implement at least four key techniques of SF8T.
- Describe how SFBT may enhance engagement of youth, adults, and families with mental health services.
- Compare how solution focused interventions differ from problem focused interventions.
- Demonstrate an understanding of SFBT and tele mantal health, as well as the empirical evidence on the effectiveness of these.
- Articulate the fundamentals of tale mental health practices and maintaining professionalism in virtual settings

6 SOCIAL WORK CONTACT HOURS AVAILABLE!

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2024, 9:30 AM 4:30 PM

UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN CENTER 67 WASHINGTON STREET BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 13901

Register at:
https://bit.ly/ccpa-telemental-health
May
8
Wed
9:00am - 4:00pm
University Downtown Center

We are happy to once again offer a Social Work Licensure Examination Prep Course to students, alumni and community practitioners. This course will be offered through the Department of Social Work and will utilize the Social Work Examination Services Curriculum. This is a 2 day intensive program which includes comprehensive reviews of practice, policy and theory, two review books with 1,600 practice questions and four full examinations, practice examinations to sharpen test-taking skills and lecture outlines to reinforce learning. Nationally, students who have taken this course in the past have had a 92% pass rate on the licensure exam, however, if a participant should not pass the exam, they may retake the course at no additional cost, although there is a charge if a new set of books is requested. The cost of the 2 day course is $295 which includes the content of the course and the 2 review books. Because the course is so intensive, we will hold the class on two days.

The course will be offered on May 8th and 9th, 2024 from 9-4pm, and will be held in the University Downtown Center, Room 220AB. Registration is limited and will be on a first–come, first-serve basis.

NOTE: Books will be distributed on the first day of class.

The registration deadline is Monday, April 15th, 2024.


Location

University Downtown Center
67 Washington St.
Binghamton, NY
Room 220AB

Sign Up for this course https://continuinged.binghamton.edu/reg/registration.php?c=2024302


Fee ScheduleRegistration TypeAmountFee:$295
May
15
Wed
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

May
30
Thu
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jun
15
Sat
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jun
30
Sun
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jul
15
Mon
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jul
30
Tue
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Aug
15
Thu
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Aug
30
Fri
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

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