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Training classes are offered for various software applications to faculty, staff and students. Visit the following web site to see the current class offerings ( All requests should go to Julia Morog.

User authorization form to request access to view self service banner where you can see student and advisee and class information. This access is generally faculty, coaches, and administrative assistants

Used to submit requests for library materials needed for your classes, such as e-Books and/or educational videos. Please check our catalog before submitting your request.

Every class has a Blackboard site associated with it which is linked to the instructor and populated by Banner registrations. Blackboard can also share content through content pages, organize them into modules, share audio and video resources, and embed Publisher resources, allowing you to teach fully online if desired.

Use this to report problems with your Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) account. Most questions about interlibrary loan can be answered by reviewing this Interlibrary Loan FAQ page:

The Library is pleased to provide SUNY Cortland students, faculty, and staff with access to the Chronicle of Higher Education, as well as Digital Editions of the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

If problems arise when using technology in an instructional space , i.e., classroom or collaborative space, Campus Technology Services can be contacted to resolve the issues.

Instructors who teach multiple sections or cross listed courses may prefer to manage those sections through a single course

Read&Write is a suite of reading, writing, and study tools that make the web, documents and files more accessible. This software appears on a toolbar and can be customized to allow users to focus on the handful of features they find most helpful. Please contact Jeremy Zhe-Heimerman for operating instructions and assistance.

Starfish is a system where advisers, faculty, and staff can work together to empower students to achieve their academic, career, and life goals.

Request software for use in a classroom.

Microsoft Office 365 is a suite of productivity software delivered and accessed over the internet. This includes Microsoft Office suite of desktop applications including Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, OneDrive and Skype for Business.

Mathematica is a computational software program, integrating computation into complete workflows, used in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields and other areas of technical computing.

A personal device owned by you and used on the campus network.