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Remote Learning Resources

Farmingdale State College understands the flexible scheduling and independent learning opportunities that today's students expect. We know you are busy and may not be able to adjust your schedule or commute to campus. Distance learning allows you to take a course here and there, and/or earn a college degree at your own convenience any time and any place.

 

For Blackboard-related and other distance learning related questions contact the Distance Learning department at distancelearning@farmingdale.edu. This email will be answered between Monday through Friday from 9AM to 5PM.

This video: "Logging into Blackboard" is a tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to log into Farmingdale State College's Blackboard LMS.


Please contact Distance Learning at distancelearning@farmingdale.edu or 934-420-5300 for the latest hours and information.


Our IT professionals are here to support the campus community. For any questions about college supported email and software services, email helpdesk@farmingdale.edu or call 934-420-2754.

To further assist our faculty, staff, and students, we created a new FAQ web page to help you find answers to frequently asked technology questions.
Greenley Library will reopen to students and staff on August 27. The library will also continue providing remote service, and we encourage you to reach out to us at reference@farmingdale.edu or 934-420-2183 for remote assistance any time. Our electronic resources are available remotely, including thousands of ebooks, online journals, and videos. 
 
Visit the Greenley Library Reopening FAQ page for the most up-to-date information. 

 

We know technology plays a big part in your academic success. If you are an incoming freshman, transfer, or even a returning student, the Getting Started with Technology web page is the place to find everything you need to know about your technology needs and services before and during the fall semester.

Whether you are learning in person, attending an online class, or working independently from home the Information Technology Organization is here to make your lives easier. Here are some of our new initiatives that Farmingdale State is delivering to you this fall.  

Old Laptop - No Problem! 
Login to our Windows 10 Virtual Labs to leverage the power of our secure, high-performance Farmingdale Campus Cloud, to give your computer a boost and also to access free software to help you pursue your academic goals.

Need to 
Connect to WiFi
We've upgraded our network so that it runs faster than ever before and we’ve deployed hundreds of WiFi Green Zones across our campus to help you work more comfortably between classes. We even have WiFi in the Parking Lots

Wondering 
How to get Access to Free or Discounted Software
Take advantage of our student licensing program to get the latest software installed on your personal computer quickly and easily.

Still Need Help
Visit our newly designed Tech Site at www.farmingdale.edu/tech to get answers to your most commonly asked questions. Review our New Student Checklist to get you up to speed quickly or request help with the help desk at www.farmingdale.edu/helpdesk to have a Tech Expert reach out to you.

Please contact IT at helpdesk@farmingdale.edu or 934-420-2754 for the latest hours and information.


 

 

Last Modified 9/1/20