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.

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Niagara County Community College [77]
SUNY Cobleskill [261]
SUNY College at Fredonia [1263]
SUNY Delhi - State University of New York, College of Technology at Delhi Archives [695]
SUNY Plattsburgh [338]
Tompkins Cortland Community College [59]
University at Buffalo [0]
  • Foundations of Education 

    Amatullah, Tasneem; Avanzato, Rosemarie; Baxter, Julia; Gibbins, Thor; Graham, Lee; Fradkin-Hayslip, Ann; Siegrist, Ray; Swantak-Furman, Suzanne; Waid, Nicole (SUNY Oneonta, 2020-11)
  • Genesee Community College Open Access Policy 

    Unknown author (2020-04-21)
  • Designing Competency-based PLA Pathways to Scale Up Completion and Learner Success 

    Travers, Nan; Forte, Michele (2016)
    SUNY Empire State College will combine Competency-Based Education (CBE) with Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). Using Flatworld, a competency-based learning platform, faculty teams will develop CBE PLA for: a) SUNY Transfer ...
  • Applied Biology Laboratories with Field Oriented Labs 

    Diefenbacher, Eric H. (SUNY Morrisville, 2020-07)
    Applied learning through biology laboratories focused on observation and experimentation. Intended for new biology majors and non-majors, alike.
  • Survey of Native American Literature 

    Dickinson, Joshua (SUNY Press, 2018-04)
    This survey textbook overviews Native American literature from its origins in poems and creation myths of the continent's hundreds of Native cultures. Texts are organized with major sections on creation myths, fiction, ...

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