SUNY Adirondack technology

Your Self Service Banner ID is used for any business that you conduct on campus. (Ex: paying your bill, accepting financial aid, printing a schedule and enrolling in classes.)

Your Network ID will allow you to gain access to PCs on campus, use Angel, login to the library resources from home, and access your email account.

Academic Login Account and Password

All students registered at SUNY Adirondack or with SUNY Plattsburgh at SUNY Adirondack will receive a login account name and password. This information will be used to access any computer on campus, to login into: SUNY Adirondack student email, SUNY Adirondack eLibrary, SUNY Adirondack wireless and SUNY Adirondack Angel. Accounts are created each day through an overnight process.

Plattsburgh students will also receive account information from their home campus which will allow them to access: SUNY Plattsburgh student email, SUNY Plattsburgh eLibrary, and SUNY Plattsburgh Angel. SUNY Plattsburgh accounts will not give access to the computer desktops or the wireless network on the SUNY Adirondack campus.

All SUNY Plattsburgh students are issued both SUNY Adirondack and SUNY Plattsburgh accounts. Students who transfer to SUNY Plattsburgh after attending SUNY Adirondack will be issued a new account which is connected to your SUNY Plattsburgh Banner ID information.

SUNY Adirondack Students

To obtain your academic login account, access your Banner account, click on the Personal Information tab. Scroll down the page and click on Lookup Network ID and Password. 

Video Link: Retrieving Your SUNY Adirondack Network ID and Password

 

 

Self Service Banner

Self Service Banner is the system that SUNY Adirondack uses to allow students to conduct business with the college. Through Banner you will register for courses, print class schedules, review and accept your financial aid, obtain your login information, find the necessary access information for the campus wireless network and check your payroll if you are a student employee.

When you first apply for full-time admissions or when you first register for courses at SUNY Adirondack you will be assigned a Banner ID number. Once assigned these numbers never change and stay with the student regardless of status with in the college.

The first time that an account is accessed or when an account is reset, your pin number is your birth date in a six digit format (mmddyy). The first time you sign on you will be required to change your pin number. Your new pin needs to be a minimum of six characters but not more then 15. Numbers, special characters and alpha-numerics are all allowable with in your pin. Remember - pin numbers are case sensitive. If you use an upper case letter in your pin, you must remember to capitalize the character when typing in your pin in the future.

The first time that you access your Banner account you will also be prompted to enter a security question and an answer. The security question will be used by you to access your account if you forget your pin number. The answer that you type in is case sensitive so be careful when using upper case letters. Pick a question and answer that is only known to you. Banner ID numbers are not considered secure information like your social security so they are available on schedules, bills and faculty class lists. If someone knows your Banner ID and the answer to your security question they can access your account. Choose your question and answer carefully.

If you can't remember your pin number, type in your Banner ID in the appropriate box and press the button that says "I cannot access my account". You will be prompted for the answer to your security question. If you answer the question correctly you will be allowed to access your Banner account. If you can not remember the answer to the question then click the button that says "I do not know the answer". If you have registered an email account with SUNY Adirondack you can enter it here and your information will be sent to that account. Once you obtain access to your Banner account you should follow the procedure for resetting your password so you can obtain access easily in the future.

If you attempted to access your Banner account three times unsuccessfully your account will become locked. We have no way of knowing if the owner of the account is having an issue remembering their password or if someone is attempting to break into your account so it becomes locked.

There are two ways to get your account unlocked.

You can visit the Registrar's office anytime Monday - Friday 8 am - 4 pm with a picture ID. The office is located in Warren Hall.

You can visit the Student Computing Lab anytime during regular lab hours with a picture ID. The office is in Scoville 127.

If you are closer to the Wilton site, you can bring a picture ID to one of the staff members on that campus and they can assist you.

SUNY Adirondack Email

All staff and faculty are is assigned a SUNY Adirondack email account. Students are assigned SUNY Adirondack Wolfmail accounts which can be accessed with their personal Network ID and password. Faculty and staff use:  http://gmail.sunyacc.edu and students use http://gmail.wolfmail.sunyacc.edu to access their email.

Members of the SUNY Adirondack Community should be aware that their GMail account is considered their official email account in regard to all business pertaining to SUNY Adirondack. If the option is taken to forward mail from an official account to an outside service provider you do so at your own risk. All members of the community are responsible for checking their email frequently and consistently (at least once a day is recommended) for official correspondence and with familiarizing themselves with the content of official messages.

Open any internet browser.

Go to the Technology Services Web Page, under the Quick Links section Click “Student Wolfmail” or go directly to http://gmail.wolfmail.sunyacc.edu.

Log-In to SUNY Adirondack Wolfmail.

If you do not have your Network ID and password, go to the Technology Services Web Page, under the Quick Links section, click "Self-Service Banner" or go directly to Banner and then Click “Enter Secure Area” and enter your information. Your User ID is your nine digit Banner ID number, beginning with 50.

Click the tab labeled “Personal Information” > “Lookup Network ID and Password”. From here, you will enter your Banner ID and pin number again. Then, hit “Next>>”. You will have 30 seconds to take down your Network ID and password.

Back at the Google login page, use YourNetworkID@wolfmail.sunyacc.edu and your password.

Video Link: Logging into Your SUNY Adirondack Wolfmail Account

 

Your student email address is YourNetworkID@wolfmail.sunyacc.edu. Faculty and staff email is YourNetworkID@sunyacc.edu.

Once logged in, the contents of your inbox will be displayed. The inbox will list your email messages with the most recently received messages first.

To read a message in your Inbox, simply click on the subject of the email, underlined in blue. This will bring you to a screen where you can read your message. If an email message has an attachment, it will have a plus sign in front of the subject.

To open or save the attachment, scroll to the bottom of the message and look for a link with the attachment’s name. Click on that link to open or save the attachment.

To return to your Inbox, click the “INBOX” link on the left hand side of the page. If you have not read a message, it will be Bold.

When you are reading your message, if you decide to print it, click the View Printable Version link at the bottom of the header in Options, then click the Print button. To close the printable version, click the Close button.

In your Inbox, click on the Compose link near the top of the page.

In the “To” field, type in the email address for each person receiving your message. If you are sending an email to another student, use TheirNetworkID@wolfmail.sunyacc.edu. If entering more than one address, separate them with a comma. If you are sending an email to a faculty or staff member, use TheirNetworkID@sunyacc.edu.

Notes:

 “To” means the message is primarily intended for that individual.

 “CC” (Carbon Copy) is used for sending a copy of the message to other interested individuals who don’t necessarily need to respond.

“BCC” (Blind Carbon Copy) is the same as “CC,” but no recipients of the message will see the addresses of individuals included under BCC. This should be rarely if ever used.

In the “Subject” field, type in a subject for the message (this should not be left blank). If you are sending the message to an instructor it is recommended that you place the CRN number of your course in this field.

Type your message in the box at the bottom of the page. If you are conversing with a faculty member it is recommended that you include your Banner ID number in your signature line.

When you are finished typing your message, click the “Send” button, located both above and below the message box.

When the message is open on the screen, click on the Reply link which is an arrow located near the top right of the message. The address in the “from” field of the original email will automatically be inserted in the “To” field.

The message you are replying to will appear at the top of the screen and the response box will appear below. You have all the editing options available when creating a new message.

After you are finished typing your message, click the “Send” button, located in the lower left corner of the message box.

Sometimes you may wish to forward a message to someone else; that is, send a message that was sent to you to one or more different people. Forwarding a message saves you the trouble of composing a new message with the same information. To forward a message:

To forward a message:

Read the message you would like to forward. Once the message is on the screen, click on the “Forward” link. You should be able to see the original message in the message box at the bottom of the page (where you normally compose your own).

Type in the address(es) you want to forward the email to in the “To” field. If entering more than one address, separate each one with a comma.

Add any other text you would like to include in the message box at the top or bottom of the message box.

Click the “Send” button, located either above or below the box with your message.

There may be times when you would like to send a document, file, or graphic that you have on a disk to someone via e-mail. To do this, you can send this file as an attachment.

Note: Whenever you send someone an attachment, it’s best to mention this in the body of your message. You should also mention the name of the file being sent. This will let the recipient know that it was intentionally attached and is not a virus. Many email systems will block a message which has an attachment with an .exe extension.

Note 2: If you are sending a text or word document to yourself or a faculty member, it is best to include the file as an attachment so that the formatting of the document is not lost.

To add an attachment:

To send an attachment, simply click on “Attach a file” on the top of the email and access your computer's hard drive to search for the file you'd like to send. Once you find the file, just click "Open" and the file should be uploaded to your email. This may take a moment, depending on the size of the file and the speed of your Internet connection.

To attach more files to the e-mail, repeat until all of your files are listed. If you need to remove one of the attachments from the list, check the X and the attachment is removed

After completing the message and adding the attachments, click the Send button, located above or below the message box.

To delete an email, click the box in front of the email you want to delete and click the “trash can” at the top of the screen.

To recover an email once it has been deleted, click the “Trash” link on the left side of the page, check the box next to the email you wish to recover, under “Move Selected To” use the drop-down field pick where you want to move the message to, then click the “Move” button.

When you are finished with your email account for the session, you need to sign out. If you do not sign out, the next person who sits at the computer you used can access your email account. To sign out, click the Sign Out link in the upper right corner of the Webmail page.

Need more help? Download a GMail Guide HERE.

ANGEL

Your SUNY Adirondack ANGEL username and password are the same username and password you use to access your other SUNY Adirondack academic technology accounts.

You will need your BANNER ID and PIN to look up your SUNY Adirondack Network ID Username and Password needed to access ANGEL

If you have never logged into BANNER before you will need to set a new BANNER PIN before you can look up your Network ID username and password.

Click HERE for detailed instructions on accessing Angel.

If you followed the instructions outlined above and still can't access your SUNY Adirondack ANGEL Course, you will need to contact the SUNY Adirondack Helpdesk at 518.743.2226 or email help@sunyacc.edu.

NOTE: If you registered any day after the start of the semester, it will take one business day to process your Username and Password needed to access your courses in ANGEL.

 

Wireless Network

All students, faculty and staff have the right to use the wireless network that is available at SUNY Adirondack.

To access the wireless network, you must know your SUNY Adirondack login name and password. To obtain your login name access your Banner account, click on the Personal Information tab. At the top of this page will be listed all of the information that is specific to the wireless network. To obtain your account information and password, click on Lookup Network ID and Password. The account and password that are listed can not be changed.

The SUNY Adirondack wireless network is available in all buildings, excluding the Residence Hall, on the SUNY Adirondack Queensbury campus. Wireless is also available at the Wilton extension site but not the Culinary Arts Center. Not all outside areas have coverage.

If you had been connected to the wireless prior then you should uninstall the Aruba Client for all Windows machines. For any other device "Forget Network" and reboot prior to connecting using the new settings.

Instructions

Find "accwireless"

Enter the security key/WPA key: Login in to your Banner account to find this information

Connect or join the network

Authenticate - you may need to open up a web browser for the prompts to show on your device

Account: SUNY Adirondack Network account

Password: SUNY Adirondack Network account password

 

Computer Resources

The Student Computing Lab located in Scoville 222 is open six days a week during the academic semester.

Hours change during winter session, spring break and during the summer. Hours for the academic year 2016-2017 are as follows:

 

Fall/Spring Session  (Sept. 8, 2016 - Dec. 23, 2016) / (Jan. 23, 2017 - May 12. 2017)

Sunday: 1 pm - 10 pm
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 am - 10 pm
Friday: 7:30 am - 4 pm
Saturday: closed

 

Winter Session (Jan. 3, 2017 - Jan. 22, 2017)

Monday - Friday: 8 am - 4 pm

 

Spring Break (March 13 -16, 2017)

Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 4 pm
Closed Friday, March 17, 2017

 

Summer Session (May 22, 2017 - Aug. 18, 2017)

Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 7 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4 pm

Please check with the Wilton Extension site for their hours.

 

The lab is closed on the following days:

Sept. 5, 2016 (Labor Day)

Dec. 26 - Jan. 2, 2017 ( Holiday Break)

March 17, 2017 (Spring Break)

May 29, 2017 (Memorial Day)

July 4, 2017 (Independence Day)

 

Software discounts for employees and students

Hardware & Software Discounts

Microsoft & Adobe Software

Free Software Downloads - Requires current credit enrollment or current emploment status

 

Additional Help

Online Chat Clients
Instead of downloading and installing chat clients on computers, there are a few instant-access online alternatives such as imp.im. Just remember to use caution when entering usernames and passwords on publicly accessible computers.

Software Details
If you are asked to provide information on what operating system or browser you are using, and are unsure what they are, visit http://supportdetails.com. That website will list some basic information about what you are using.

Internet Movie Database
IMDB is a mega-site for finding cast and production credits, plot summaries, reviews, and much more for tens of thousands of movies from all over the world.

SUNYSAT
SUNYSAT is the satellite programming system of the State University of New York is available to all SUNY campuses. Check here for programming information.

Urban legends, Folklore, Myths, Rumors, and Misinformation
snopes.com is a well-known website for validating and debunking urban legends, Internet rumors, email forwards, and other such stories of uncertain or questionable origin.

How-To Guides and How Things Work
There are several sites on the Internet which offer resources on how things work, how-to guides, and do-it-yourself (DIY) projects, such as HowStuffWorkseHowInstructableswikiHow, and 5min

Technology Terms & Definitions
There are several sites on the Internet which offer definitions of many terms surrounding computers and technology, such as WebopediaComputer HopeTechTerms, and Computing Terminology on Wikipedia

General Computing Advice, Annoyances & Help
There are a variety of websites available with community forums that offer suggestions and solutions for questions you may have. Typically, answers for most questions can be found with a quick search in an online search engine. For everything else, there are a number of different communities to try, such as:Annoyances.orgPCMechTom's Hardware, or SuperUser. For specific products, manufacturers sometimes have dedicated support forums linked on their website.

Computing Tips & Tricks
There are several sites on the Internet which offer tips, tricks, how-to's, and introduce interesting links and software, such as LifehackerMakeUseOfPC WorldSmashingAppsHow-To Geek, and The Kim Komando Show.

Computer & Technology News
There is a very large number of tech-related and tech-oriented news sites available; some of the more well-known sites include:

Recorded Lectures & Presentations

General Presentations

SUNY Adirondack Investors’ Summit Meeting 2015

Panel Discussion: Death, Dying and Medical Ethics 3/24/2015

Active By Stander Approach - HRD Courses

2016 Expressions Launch

2016 Leah Penniman - Soul Fire Farm - Intersection of Black Lives Matter & Food Justice

100 Thousand Poets for Change 9/24/2016

100 Thousand Poets for Change - Joseph Bruchac 9/24/2016

 

Business HRD Courses

Management and Entrepreneurship

Retailing, Supply Chain & Social Media

Business HRD Hospitality Industry Panel #1

Business HRD Hospitality Industry Panel #2

Financial Aid

Accounting/Finance Career Panel #1

Accounting/Finance Career Panel #2

Business HRD Accounting & Financial Service​s

Business HRD Resumes and Cover Letters

Business HRD College Transfer (​10/17/16)

 

College Lecture Series

College Lecture Series: Dr. Martin Wasserman - The Social Protest Poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay (Audio only)

College Lecture Series: Dr. Stuart Bartow - Readings from Einstein’s Lawn and New Works

College Lecture Series: Dr. Stephen Dana - The Climate Reality Project

College Lecture Series: Joe Portes: Roll the Roll: Writing with Cards & Dice (11.16.16)
 

 

Writers Project

Michelle Battiste

Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie

Joy Harjo

Bernadette McBride

Ray O'Conor

W.D. Erhart

Lucyna Prostko

Marika McCoola (10-25-16)

John Surowiecki (11-02-16)

William Belcher (11-30-16)

 

Nursing Alumni Discussion Panels

2015

 

Plattsburgh Extension Site

Michael Murphy - Writing a Powerful Teaching Philosophy Statement

  • GRIST Philosophy of Teaching - Word 
  • Teaching Statement Functions and Characteristics - Word 
  • Writing Your Teaching Statement - Word 

Michael Murphy - Building Assessments into Your Course Design

  • Building Assessment Into Course Design Handout - Word 
  • Characteristics of Teachers - Word 

 

Rooms and Resources

100% of the classrooms on the SUNY Adirondack campus are equipped with some form of technology.

Most rooms have an instructor station which contains a computer with internet access, a VHS/DVD player, a document camera and a projector which is usually permanently mounted to the ceiling of the room. Faculty may request training on any of this equipment at any time.

All campus computers have the following installed:

Windows 7
Microsoft Office: the current campus standard is Office 2013
Chrome and Internet Explorer
Adobe Reader, Flash and Shockwave
AVG Anti-Virus

Academic classrooms and labs often have specialized software available. Usually students must be taking classes within a division to use the specialized labs.

Classroom Equipment & Technology

Listed below is equipment which can be found in various classrooms throughout the SUNY Adirondack campus, along with manuals, images and/or instruction sheets.

Interactive Displays
Sympodium ID370
Smart SP518-NB
Interactive Write Boards
SMART Board Unifi 45 (with projector) - Closed Captions not available
SMART Board UF55 (with projector) - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
SMART Board UX60 (with projector)
SMART Boards of various sizes without projectors
Projector Remotes
Projector Remotes vary from model to model, but have similar buttons - Projector Remotes
Projectors
Eiki LC-XG210 - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 7250 - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 6110i - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Epson PowerLite 81p - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 811p - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 82c - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 822p - Closed Captions not available
Epson PowerLite 822+ - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Epson PowerLite 84/84+ - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Epson PowerLite 95 - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Epson PowerLite 965 - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Epson PowerLite G5550 - Instruction Sheet for Closed Captions
Multimedia Switches
Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch) - Instruction Sheet
Extron IN1508 - Instruction Sheet
Basic Analog Switch - Instruction Sheet
Basic Analog Switch (in the Wilton Center) - Instruction Sheet
Document Cameras
Canon RE-450X/455X - Instruction Sheet
Elmo EV-400AF
Elmo TT-02 - Instruction Sheet
Wolfvision VZ-8light3 - Instruction Sheet
Wolfvision VZ-8light4 - Instruction Sheet
DVD/VHS Players
JVC AV32430
JVC HRXVC11B
JVC HRXVC28
JVC XVC260
Panasonic PV-D4742
Pioneer PV-D4742
Samsung DVD-V9800
Sony SLVD370P
Sony SLVD380P
Assisted Listening System
Assisted Listening Devices can be requested through Educational Technology for individuals with hearing impairments for use in lecture halls.

Classrooms - Queensbury Campus

Listed below is the equipment available within each specific classroom. Please see the classroom equipment list above for the details or instructions on the use of each piece of equipment.

Dearlove Hall

208

Note: This room uses a laptop connected to a large flatscreen TV - Instruction Sheet

TV Display: SONY

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-02

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

209

Note: This room uses a laptop connected to a large flatscreen TV - Instruction Sheet

TV Display: SONY

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-02

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC18BU

211 - Miller Auditorium

Note: Lecture Halls operate differently than most other classrooms - Instruction Sheet, and  Instruction Sheet for Room Lighting

Projector: Epson PowerLite 6110i

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

223

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD380P

224

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Samsung

225

Note:This classroom has mirrored projectors

Interactive White Board: SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95, Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Panasonic

226

Interactive White Board: SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light

TI Presenter

301

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD370P

302

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD370P

303A

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822p

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light4

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD370P

303B

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD370P

303C

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Canon RE-450X

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLVD370P

314

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

315

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84+

Mutimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

 

Eisenhart Hall

109

Interactive Display: SMART Board 

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Canon RE450X

DVD/VCR: JVC

110

Interactive White Board: SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

111

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: SONY

112

Interactive White Board: SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

114

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

115

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

118 - Lecture Hall

Note: Lecture Halls operate differently than most other classrooms

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

201

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

202

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light4

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

203

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: LG V271K-W1

204

Interactive White Board:SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

205

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

206

Interactive White Board:SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

207

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Samsung

208

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC11B

209

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

210

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

211

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony SLV-D380P

212

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light4

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC28

213

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: LG V271K-W1

Gym

09

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Samsung

20

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VHS Player: SONY

Humanities Building

H-108 - Theater

Note: The theater operates differently than most other classrooms

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84+ 

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Samsung

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

H-112

Note: The music classroom operates differently than most other classrooms

Projector: Epson G5550

Multimedia Switch: Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo AV-400AF

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

Regional Higher Education Center

128 - Forum

Note: Lecture Halls operate differently than most other classrooms

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 6110iP

Projector: Epson G5550

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

Misubishi 65" confidence monitor

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

CISCO Distance Learning Equipment

143

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Toshiba

146

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+, Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

Mitsubishi 65" confidence monitor

Videoconferencing System: Polycom

147

Interactive Write Board: SMART Board Unifi 45

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

148

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Projector: Epson G5550

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

Misubishi 65" confidence monitor

CISCO Distance Learning Equipment

149

Interactive Write Board: SMART Board Unifi 45

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

150

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

151

Interactive Display: SMART Board

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95 dual projection 

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

 

Residence Hall

167

DVD/VHS Player: Toshiba

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Interactive Display: SP518

256

Interactive Display: SP518

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Toshiba

257

Interactive Display: SP518

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

258

Interactive Display: SP518

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Toshiba

 

Science Building

103

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

106

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-450X

VHS Player: Sony

Laser disc player

108

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

LG TV with microscope camera

111

Interactive Monitor: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

TV: Sony

112

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

TV: Sony

113

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon EV-400AF

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: Sanyo

Laser disc player

TV: Sony

203

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

208

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Samsung DVD-V9800

210

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: JVC HRXVC27U

211

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: Panasonic

212

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

Document Camera: Elmo TT-02 - Accessibility Desk

Document Camera: Canon-RE-450X

213

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-12

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

Scoville Learning Center

121

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965H

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light4

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

122

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

123

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

131 - Music Lab and Classroom

Note: This music classroom operates differently than most other classrooms - Instruction Sheet

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

132

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

133

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965H

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

134

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

206

Note: Lecture Halls operate differently than most other classrooms

Projector: Epson Pro G6150, dual projection 

Multimedia Switch: Comprehensive CVG-VP23, Comprehensive CVG-VP23

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

Pioneer Laser Disc Player

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

210

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

211

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light4

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

218

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 965

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: Panasonic

Student Center

Cloister

TV: SONY 50" with HDMI wall jack

 

Washington Hall

11A - Photography Classroom

Projector: Epson PowerLite 84

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT-02

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

TV: Sony

11B - Communication and Media Arts Classroom

Projector: Epson PowerLite 1940W

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VHS Player: Sony

12

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

DVD/VHS Player: JVC

 

Classrooms - Wilton Campus

Listed below is the equipment available within each specific classroom. Please see the classroom equipment list above for the details or instructions on the use of each piece of equipment.

107 - Lecture Hall

Williams Sound Hearing Impaired System

55" Toshiba confidence monitor

DVD/VCR: Toshiba

Document Camera: Wolfvision VZ-8light3

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508

Projector: Epson G6150

Projector: Epson G5550

Interactive Display: Smart Podium

Note: Lecture Halls operate differently than most other classrooms

113 - Computer Lab

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Elmo TT02

DVD/VCR

Scanner HP5200

202

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

204

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: JVC

205

Interactive Display: Smart Podium

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822p

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

206

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: JVC

208 - Science Lab

Interactive Display: Smart SP518-NB

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Extron IN1508 (with monitor switch)

Document Camera: Elmo TT12

DVD/VCR

LCD television connected to a microscope and CPUWilliams Sound Hearing Impaired System

209 - iMAC Lab

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822p

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

212

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

213

Projector: Epson PowerLite 822+

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: JVC

216

Interactive Display: Sympodium ID370

Projector: Epson PowerLite 95

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

217

Projector: Epson PowerLite 82C

Multimedia Switch: Basic Analog Switch

Document Camera: Canon RE-455X

DVD/VCR: SONY

Turnitin.com

SUNY Adirondack contracts with iParadigm, Inc. to give faculty and students access to their originality checker, Turnitin. Faculty have the ability to create generic accounts and/or specific accounts for each of their classes. Students in turn create accounts which allow them to submit and verify citation accuracy and to identify potential plagiarism issues.

Any faculty member who would like to create a Turnitin account should either contact their division chair or submit a SysAid ticket requesting the information. Once your request is received you will be sent the campus Turnitin ID and password.  Follow the link below to create your account and to learn how to use the website.

For, Turnitin Instructor Training, click HERE.