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    • 4C-CITI: Four-College Consortium for Innovative Technology Integration 

      Shi, Shufang; Gradel, Kathleen; Raimondi, Sharon; Widdall, Chris; Klein, Karl (2012)
      Project Need: The gap in technical knowledge between digital natives and digital immigrants is problematic across the P-16 continuum. Although this gap exists in P-12 (Preschool-Grade 12) education, this gap is nowhere ...
    • Academic Sharing Community: A SUNY Catalog of Educational Projects and Innovative Initiatives (ASC SUNY) 

      Travers, Nan; Forte, Michelle; Deer, Susan; Schiefen, Kathleen; Pippin, Jill; Raposo, Lisa; Price, Chris (2018)
      The Academic Sharing Community: A SUNY Catalog of Educational Projects and Innovative Initiatives (ASC SUNY) serves as a repository for campus initiatives, while providing guidance for project development and assessment ...
    • Adapting MOOC Courses to the Needs of Existing Educational Structures 

      Burnett, Cyndi; Cabra, John; Acar, Selcuk (2015)
      Coursera has recently announced that they want to integrate their platform with Learning Management Systems (LMS) in order that universities can incorporate MOOCs as part of their accredited course offerings. If successful, ...
    • Advancing Metaliteracy in a Post-Truth World through the Design of a Global MOOC 

      Mackey, Thomas; Jacobson, Trudi; O'Brien, Kelsey; Paige, Christine (2018)
      Through this multi-campus collaborative project, colleagues at SUNY Empire State College and The University at Albany will design a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) entitled Empowering Yourself in a Post-Truth World. This ...
    • Alfred State Micro Credentialing Project 

      Hilsher, Jonathan; Moore, Danyelle; Morsman, Elaine; Morehouse, Troy (2017)
      The Alfred State Micro Credentialing Project employs the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) competencies for career readiness to promote all aspects of the SUNY Excels performance framework and multiple ...
    • Alfred State Micro Credentialing Project For Sustainability 

      O'Brien, Danyelle; Morsman, Elaine; Morehouse, Troy (2018)
      The Alfred State Micro Credentialing Project employs the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) competencies for career readiness to promote all aspects of the SUNY Excels performance framework and multiple ...
    • Automating Production of PowerPoint-Based Algorithm Visualization Teaching Materials 

      Zhang, Sen; Ryder, James (2012)
      In computer science, data structures are the methods by which data are stored and organized in a computer so that it can be used efficiently. While most data structures are relatively straightforward to teach, the algorithms ...
    • Big Data on a Small(er) Campus: Use of Large-Scale Text Analysis by a Comprehensive Primarily Undergraduate Institution 

      Lowe, Brian; Fulkerson, Gregory M. (2012)
      The ability to capture and amass huge, complex data sets has advanced rapidly in recent decades, as data generated by social networking, remote sensing and software logging, as well as the storage to handle these inputs, ...
    • Blockchain Badging - Coursera-to-Credit 

      Moore, Amy; Ramamurthy, Bina; Upadhyaya, Shambhu; Travers, Nan; Stephens, Lisa; Reed, Anne; Puckett, Tracy; Leyh, Timothy (2018)
      Blockchain is a disruptive force both in finance (cryptocurrency) and higher education credentialing. UB is working on a four-course Coursera specialization that has broad market appeal for matriculated and non-traditional ...
    • Bring Your Own Learning (BYOL): Using MDM to Personalize Learning Environments to Students 

      Fujiuchi, Ken; Chambers, Andrew; Renzoni, Kerry (2015)
      Learning is a social activity that evolves from our interactions, daily activities, and education. We incorporated two key elements of situated learning theory: “communities of practice” where learning is achieved through ...
    • Building Innovative Open Korean and Japanese Courses: A Pilot on Technology-enhanced Curriculum Development 

      Jourdain, Sarah; Sato, Eriko; Sohn, Heejeong; Chen, Julian; Ekwunife-Orakwue, Kayode C.V. (2014)
      SBU proposes building innovative OPEN blended/online Korean and Japanese foreign language courses to meet the growing needs and demands of our current precollegiate and collegiate students. The online and blended modalities ...
    • Collaborative Initiative on Problem Based Learning in Music 

      Sarrazin, Natalie; Dumas, Tony (2015)
      Problem-based learning is an effective, student-centered approach in which students learn higher-order thinking skills and integrative strategies by solving real-world challenges. As one of the critical pillars in a ...
    • Collaborative Media Center 

      Smith, Samara; Anker, Laura; Duffy, Niev; Slutsky, Maryann Sinclair (2014)
      The Collaborative Media Center at SUNY Old Westbury expands on a successful proof-of-concept pilot funded by a 2013 tier one IITG. The Center’s mission is to support digital literacy and the use of emerging media tools in ...
    • Collaborative Media Lab Pilot 

      Smith, Samara; Anker, Laura; Duffy, Niev; Slutsky, Maryann Sinclair (2013)
      The CMC supports digital literacy and the use of emerging media tools in teaching, learning, and communicating at Old Westbury and in the community beyond. This mission is fulfilled by collaborating across disciplines and ...
    • Creating Mobile “Makerspaces” to Support Experiential Learning 

      Antonucci-Durgan, Dana; Wood, Susan; Turano, Paul; Hahn, Troy; Hassildine, Edward; Vogel, Damon (2014)
      This project aims to investigate the effectiveness of mobile “makerspaces” to support experiential learning and to introduce students to new technologies. The mobile makerspace concept capitalizes on the expertise of the ...
    • Creating Situated Learning Environments through Mobile Device Management (MDM) 

      Fujiuchi, Ken; Chambers, Andrew B. (2014)
      Situated learning is learning that takes place in the same context in which it is applied. Situated learning is a highly effective form of active learning where students are creating meaning (and learning) out of distinct ...
    • Creation and Dissemination of Interactive Online 3D Anatomy Instruction Modules at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine 

      Mizer, Linda; Johnson, Philippa J.; Boltax, Ariana; FitzMaurice, Marnie; Graves, John (2016)
      In support of the Problem-Based Learning curriculum at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Modular Resource Center (MRC) is a multimodal learning environment where students explore anatomical concepts ...
    • Creation, Implementation, and Assessment of Anatomy and Physiology Online Laboratory Modules 

      Rich, Adam; Price, Chris; Mendes, Kanchana; Reagan, Kathleen; Browne, Jeremy; Loretz, Christopher; Ethington, Marirose; Glaser, Gary (2012)
      Innovative use of technology may help mitigate increasing pressure on faculty and on campus resources. Class size for Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) at The College at Brockport has grown rapidly and is now limited laboratory ...
    • Cross-Cultural Experiential Learning Evaluation Project 

      Chandra, Bidhan; Landa, Keith; Smolar, Rebecca; Mukherji, Runi; Torcivia, Patrica Prusko; Jagendorf-Sobierajski, Susan (2013)
      E-Portfolio adoption is a priority for the SUNY system. E-Portfolios are a formidable tool to help students demonstrate learning and present future employers with a deep understanding of what students gained from their ...
    • Cultivating a Composing Process: Growing Critical Thinking and Student Success with ePortfolios 

      Gerken, Timothy W.; Galusky, Wyatt; Efimenko, Aron; Barber, Matt (2013)
      Electronic portfolios (ePortfolios) are well established learning tools that correlate well with student success. With this project, we plan to introduce them at Morrisville State College (MSC), targeting two specific areas ...