Resources for Course Preparation
Syllabus / Course Preparation Resources
The following resources have been assembled to help faculty access critical documents, dates, deadlines and information that is frequently used when developing course syllabi. Faculty should also consult their academic departments for specific departmental policies, deadlines or other requirements for syllabi.
Registrar: myRedDragon Faculty Resources
SUNY Cortland's myRedDragon portal provides access to a complete range of tools for faculty. Using the Registrar's Resources channel and other channels accessible throughout myRedDragon, you are able to access:
- Class Lists
- Class Photo Lists
- Grading Information and Grade Entry Forms
- Various Tutorials (eLearning, Grading)
Important Related Support and Instructional Resources
- Advisement and Transition
The Advisement and Transition Office provides services and support to students regarding transition to college, academic planning, major choice, and academic decision-making. The site features a host of resources and tools for faculty. Additionally, the Advisor Resources channel within myRedDragon provides more data and access to tools.
- eLearning (Blackboard)
This site provides access to eLearning information including online tools, tutorials and workshop calendars. Additional eLearning help and information is directly accessible via myRedDragon.
- Memorial Library
The Library staff provides an array of services to students and faculty, including research and reference assistance, inter-library loan, and instruction in computer and library information.
- Student Code of Conduct and Related Policies
The Code of Conduct describes expectations and policies for students, including information related to academic integrity.
- Student Disability Services
Provides information related to services offered, as well as information concerning accessible coursework and materials.
- The Learning Center
The Learning Center staff provides academic support to students of all ability and achievement levels, through tutoring in writing, reading, math, time management and study skills.
- Writing Resource Center
Describes the Composition and Writing Intensive course policies and provides additional resources and support materials for faculty.
Miller Building Room 203
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Office opens at 10 a.m. on Thursdays to accommodate common meetings.