Instructional Support


TLTC Services

The mission of the Teaching, Learning, & Technology Center is to inspire, encourage, and support faculty who are integrating technology into their teaching in order to make learning more dynamic for our students. The Center serves as a catalyst for collegial exchange about innovative uses of technology in education. We strive to have appropriate support for faculty so they're in the position to do their best work.

Please contact any of the TLTC staff for assistance in integrating technology into your teaching and learning. Click here for Staff Listings.

Blackboard Information


For help with Blackboard contact the OpenSUNY Help Desk at 1-844-673-6786 (1-844-OPENSUNY).

For more information about Blackboard training contact Chilton Reynolds ( or x2673).

Instructional Support


We enable and enhance the use of Educational Technology by means of hardware and "on call" instructional support to college faculty and staff.

We are located in the Technology Center of Milne Library basement with services available 8:00-9:00 Monday through Thursday. Friday we provide services until 4:30.

The total number of technologically enhanced learning spaces on campus is 175.

Technology Equipment in Classrooms


A complete set of instructions is posted on the lectern in each room and here.


To Request

Please Call



LeAnn Standish

607 436-2735


Information Technology Service Desk

607 436-4567


Mark English

607 436-3316

Audio Recording

Stephen Miller

607 436-3360

Evening Services (after 4:00)

Service Desk

607 436-4567

Video Creation and Editing Assistance for Faculty

With assistance from Creative Media Services and the Information Technology Services, the TLTC can assist you in the creation and editing of video. This video can be digitized for use on electronic platforms such as web pages, course management systems, YouTube, etc. or copied to portable media.

For more information about this service contact any member of the TLTC staff.


PODCasting VideoCasting

Podcasting is a term for distributing audio content for listening on mobile devices and personal computers. A podcast is a web feed of audio or video files placed on the Internet for anyone to subscribe to. Websites also may offer direct download of files, but the subscription feed of automatically delivered new content is what distinguishes a podcast from a simple download or real-time streaming.

Videocasting, or vodcast is a term used for the online delivery of video on demand content. The video enclosed in a vodcast can be stored on a web server in any file-based container and codec, or streamed from a streaming server. Podcasting clients can usually be set up to open suitable software to play the videos, although iTunes can play vodcasts internally if they are in a suitable format. The TLTC has the technology in place to support faculty who would like to create their own podcasts or videocasts. Please contact us at x2684 to learn more about this technology.


Wide Format Printing

All about printing

Epson Stylus 9880 printer on wheels printing a large image

Wide Format Printing

Information Technology Services offers Wide Format Printing for SUNY Oneonta students in the Milne Technology Center in the basement level of the Milne Library. The printers have capacity to print 44" wide on luster or matte paper.

Epson Stylus Photo 2200 printer

The Epson Stylus Pro 7800 is available for printing projects up to 24" wide and 50" high at a cost of $1.10 per linear inch. Included in this price is either Double-weight Matte or Premium Luster roll paper.

The Epson Stylus 9880 is also available for printing quality prints to 43" wide at $1.10 per linear inch. Premium Luster paper only.

An Epson Stylus Photo 2200 is available for printing high quality archival prints. This printer supports paper sizes up to 13" wide by 19" high at a cost of $.50 per linear inch. This printer is BYOEP (Bring Your Own Epson Paper). Epson Brand Inkjet paper ONLY.

All Large Format Prints must be submitted online as a pdf file, maximum size - 100MB. (Gallery Print, submit through the link to the upper right corner as a pdf or zip file. )

Before you come to print make sure you review the cost charts to get an estimate of the cost of your wide format print job. Then check your print quota to ensure you have enough quota to print your project. Your printer quota must cover the cost of the print job before we can print it.


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