Welcome to the SUNY Digital Repository
The SUNY Digital Repository (SDR) is a centrally managed online repository that stores, indexes, and makes available materials with a focus on historical and special collections from SUNY campuses and SUNY System Administration. The SDR also includes Open Educational Resources (OER) Collections and reports from the Innovative Instructional Technology Grants (IITG). Select a community listed below to browse its collections. Please note, there is also the SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR) that makes available open access scholarly and creative works of SUNY faculty, students, and staff.
Communities in DSpace
Select a community to browse its collections.
Using Adaptive Learning Technology to Advance Clinical Competency in Performance and Interpretation of Equine Musculoskeletal Ultrasound of the Distal Limb (2019)Across curricula, there are simple, fundamental skills that are prerequisites for upper-level courses. Often there are not thorough instructional materials, practice, or assessment of these skills in introductory courses ...
Universal Design for Learning: Developing Tools to Facilitate Faculty Implementation and Broaden Application to Support Diverse Learners (2019)The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) project will develop tools to support faculty members’ integration of UDL principles in their course design. Building from prescriptive elements central to instructional design and ...
The development of immersive virtual reality scenarios for increasing emotional intelligence, empathy, and self-efficacy in healthcare education. (2019)As there is a continued need to improve healthcare outcomes and enhance patient experiences, healthcare educators need to consider using alternative pedagogies when teaching future healthcare providers to improve understanding ...
Simulated Reality; Real Experience: Scaling the Use of Interactive Computer Simulations in College Courses (2019)One class in our School of Professional Studies, Marketing, had begun using an interactive computer simulation as an integral part of its coursework, and this project successfully built upon this foundation by expanding ...