STUDENTS Working Remotely
How do I Begin Working remotely?
Classes are not cancelled! Although classes will not be meeting at our locations, your instructors will be posting their lectures and your assignments in Google Classroom and may even hold online class meetings. You must stay in touch with your instructor through whatever means she or he has established! This will count towards your attendance.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING UP WITH YOUR SCHOOL WORK AND ASSIGNMENTS!
- Make sure you know how your instructor will be communicating with you! Will it be through email? Google Classroom? The Remind App? WhatsApp?
Be sure you know, so you can check on a regular
basis to make sure you’re staying up-to-date with
the class material and assignments!
- Make sure you know how you’re supposed to submit
- Make sure you know if you’re supposed to use Zoom or FaceTime or Skype to “attend” class at the usual time!
- For assistance in finding out what you need to do about any of your classes, contact your instructor at his or her farmingdale.edu email address.
Your instructor is able to communicate with you using only your assigned lieoc.farmingdale.edu email address OR using an app like Google Classroom, WhatsApp, or Remind that allows communication but hides everyone’s personal data including phone numbers and email addresses. We cannot communicate with you using your private email account unless it is to remind you to use Google, Remind, WhatsApp or another application that cloaks your personal contact information.
How to Sign into Google
Step 1: Go to google.com
Step 2: Sign-in to Google
- When you’re signing in to Google and you’re asked to choose an account, you’ll type in your LIEOC email address which is formatted as follows: email@example.com This is case sensitive, so be sure to use all lowercase letters!
- Your initial password for Google will be sent via email (First time users will be prompted to change their passwords if they choose)
- If your name is Frydo Kihlo-River, your email address will be firstname.lastname@example.org but if that doesn’t work, try email@example.com and if that doesn’t work, try firstname.lastname@example.org
- If your name is Arthur Eve, your email address will be email@example.com
Step 3: Once logged into Google you will have access to all of the applications in the Google Suite such as; Google Classroom, Google Meet, etc.
Step 4: If you are having trouble accessing your services visit Tech Support.
Docs is a real-time collaboration and document authoring tool. Multiple users can edit a document at the same time, while seeing each other’s’ changes instantaneously. Users can produce text documents, slide presentations, spreadsheets, drawings, and surveys.
Drive is a file storage and synchronization service that allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files.
Sheets is a web-based program for creating and editing spreadsheets. similar to Microsoft Excel.
An instant messaging service that provided both text and voice communication.
Slides is an online presentations app similar to Microsoft Power Point.
A web-based app used to create forms for data collection purposes. Students and teachers can use Google Forms to make surveys, quizzes, or event registration sheets similar to Microsoft Excel.
With Google Calendar, you can quickly schedule meetings and events and get reminders about upcoming activities, so you always know what’s next. Calendar is designed for teams, so it’s easy to share your schedule with others and create multiple calendars that you and your team can use together.
Use Google Calendar to schedule Meet video conference for a one to one or a one to many meeting.
A video conference app accessible via desktop computer, laptop, and Android or iOS device.
- 200 participants in one meeting
- No time limits
- Real time closed captioning
- Meeting host can record meeting and save it to G-Drive
Google Classroom’s purpose is to facilitate paperless communication between teachers and students and streamline educational workflow. Classroom allows teachers to create classes, post assignments, organize folders, and view work in real-time
Google Translate is a multilingual machine translation service to translate text. It offers a website interface, a mobile app for Android and iOS.
Contacting Student Services
Email will be the best form of communication during a time of remote classes. Please contact the counselor for your assigned class or one of the career counselors for job/resume related questions. Below you will find their email addresses and class or unit assignments. If you are unsure of who to email or you have not received a response in a timely manner, contact Brian Schwirzbin – Assistant Director for Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or via text/phone at (516) 531-7767.
Class Unit Assignments
ABE / DEV Math – Marian Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ABE / DEV English – Victoria DelZotto (email@example.com)
HSE – Barbara Ayo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VAE – Annette Wyche (email@example.com)
ESL 1 – Rony Rodas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ESL 2 Day – Marian Nelson (email@example.com)
ESL 2 Evening – Barbara Ayo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ESL 3 Part 1 & 2 – Theadora Sutton (email@example.com)
MOS Word Morning – Darleyne Mayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MOS Word Evening – Maria Matos (email@example.com)
MOS Powerpoint – Rony Rodas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MOS Excel – Annette Wyche (email@example.com)
Darleyne Mayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rony Rodas (email@example.com)
July 8 – Theadora Sutton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
July 15 – Victoria DelZotto (email@example.com)
July 22 – Barbara Ayo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
July 29 – Marian Nelson (email@example.com)
August 5 – Eliana Panora (firstname.lastname@example.org)
August 12 – Nicole Hershkopf (email@example.com)
Thursdays – Annette Wyche (firstname.lastname@example.org)