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Broome Community College offers a number of courses each semester that are presented over the Internet through OPEN SUNY via the ANGEL Learning Management System, and can be accessed at the following website:

http://broome.sln.suny.edu

For detailed written instructions on how to access your online course, go to the "How to Access Online Courses" page.
Be sure to visit our
Tour An Online Course for more VIDEO TUTORIALS on how to navigate within ANGEL.


Are you looking for a listing of ONLINE COURSES currently scheduled at Broome Community College? If so, please follow these instructions for searching the course catalog. Fully online courses will have a Y designator in their course code - for example BIO110Y01. 

 

We are proud to announce that SUNY Broome Community College is one of six campuses that has been selected to lead SUNY in elevating online education to the next level. Our online Clinical Lab Technician program is now Powered by OPEN SUNY, which gives students access to around-the-clock high-touch support dedicated to helping students be successful, including a personal concierge, help desk, and online tutoring.

Learning Online

In the Learning Online section of the Online@SUNYBroome website, you will find resources for prospective and current students, which provide information about: 

Student Technical Support

 

Teaching Online

Faculty who are interested in resources and support for their online instruction, can visit the Teaching Online portion of the Online@SUNYBroome website where they will find information on:


Faculty Technical Support

Teaching Resource Center

The mission of the Teaching Resource Center is to provide instructors with the best practical information about teaching and learning.

The goals of the TRC are to:

  • Encourage the exploration and use of instructional technologies that enhance the learning environment
  • Provide training and instruction on a variety of technical-pedagogical tasks
  • Support faculty in continuous skill development in technology and pedagogy
  • Foster a professional community of full-time and adjunct faculty
  • Encourage communication beyond training, that helps faculty find support and answers among their peers
  • Increase the professional stature of community college teaching
  • Support, through many means, the mission of Broome Community College and the Division of Academic Affairs

Teaching Resource Center Website