Academic and Research Services
Academic and Research Services provides vision, leadership, direction and planning for the academic and research technology path for Binghamton University.
Academic and Research Services includes the Emerging Technology Studio (ETS) and oversees campus computing facilities including public computing labs and the Information Commons areas (managed jointly with the University Libraries). See Org Chart (pdf).
Public Computing Facilities
A Pod is a public computing area at Binghamton University. At the Pods, you will find a variety of computing software and hardware. The main public computing areas are the Information Commons, Academic A Pod areas, West Pod, and Science II Pod.
There are also a number of smaller public computing areas on campus. The main public computing sites and additional satellite areas offer a wide selection of locations in which to work. More information on public computing facilities may be found here.
- Student Printing (Pharos)
- Web Services
- iTunes U
- Video Conferencing
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (Bingview)
Academic and Research Services provides research computing support, is a resource member of the Academic Computing & Educational Technology (ACET) governing committee, and liaisons closely with the Center for Learning and Teaching and Faculty Senate Executive Committee as required.