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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Designing Innovative Online Learning: Integrating a Coursera MOOC with Open SUNY Badging 

    Jacobsen, Trudi; Mackey, Thomas; Forte, michele; McQuigge, Amy; Stone, Kathleen; Hecker, Jenna; O'Brien, Kelsey (2014)
    This project, led by Principal Investigators Trudi Jacobson and Tom Mackey, ex-pands the SUNY-wide Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative to develop a Coursera MOOC on metaliteracy that integrates with our existing Open SUNY ...
  • Developing a Semi-standardized and Accessible Introduction to Computer Science Course for the SUNY System 

    Zhang, Sen; Reed, Howard; Marcello, Cynthia; Antonakos, James; Hoskey, Arthur (2014)
    Until K-12 fully implements computer science (CS) education nationwide, Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) must continue to assume an active, effective, and remedial role in bridging incoming freshmen to computer ...
  • Developing a Semi-standardized and Accessible Introduction to Computer Science Course for the SUNY System 

    Zhang, Sen; Reed, Howard; Marcello, Cynthia; Antonakos, James; Hoskey, Arthur (2014)
    Until K-12 fully implements computer science (CS) education nationwide, Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) must continue to assume an active, effective, and remedial role in bridging incoming freshmen to computer ...
  • Developing a SUNY-wide Transliteracy Learning Collaborative to Promote Information and Technology Collaboration 

    Jacobson, Trudi; Mackey, Thomas; McBride, Mark; Daly, Michael; Forte, Michele; Hecker, Jenna; Murphy, Ellen (2012)
    he proposed Transliteracy Learning Collaborative (TLC) will be a SUNY-wide think tank and incubator for promoting transliteracy and emerging frameworks for information literacy (IL). TLC will transcend boundaries based ...
  • Development and Assessment of Mobile Device Instruction in STEM Education at K-21 Level 

    Dittmar, Katharina; Ramamurthy, Bina (2012)
    Introduction This proposal builds on an ongoing NSF Cyber-Infrastructure project, which seeks to develop a clouddeployed, scalable, virtual tool for the instruction of theory and practice of population genetics (NSF-OCICITEAM; ...
  • The E-Textbook Opportunity: The Time is Now for SUNY 

    Hendrix, Dean (2012)
    This IITG proposal requests funding for the licensing of electronic versions of textbooks, or e-textbooks, that are used in common courses across three SUNY schools: SUNY Brockport, SUNY Buffalo and SUNY Delhi. Administered ...
  • Enhancing Student Success in Potsdam’s Hybrid History Courses 

    Veinott, Natalia; German, James (2012)
    This project will develop, implement, and assess technologies that enhance student success by increasing interactivity, accessibility, and options in SUNY Potsdam’s history hybrid courses designed for General Education and ...
  • Exploring New Horizons: Science And Engineering Everywhere, At Anytime And For Everyone 

    Bugallo, Monica; Meisel, David; Jain, Vivek (2013)
    This project aims to engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) research and learning activities by building and using modern cyber-tools in a simple and attractive way. Our ultimate goal ...
  • Gestural Melody: New Learning Tools for Musical Composition 

    Landa, Keith; Bode, Peer; McElwaine, Jim; Thayer, Paul (2012)
    The Gestural Musical Interface Melody in music is often seen as the most elusive musical craft. It is often left to intuition and recollection. But melody is an identifiable and teachable craft, though it is constantly ...
  • Giving/Getting Access to Scholarly and Instructional Material 

    Orzech, Mary Jo; Perry, Andrew (2012)
    Both getting and accessing scholarly materials deal with elements of intellectual property concerns, licensing and copyright. Awareness is necessary for faculty, librarians, IT personnel, and administrators who regularly ...
  • IL Fox -The Virtual Toolbook for Information Literacy Initial Reserach 

    Geramin, Carol Anne; Loney, Tor; Paradavila, John (2012)
    Research into the development of an online information literacy dictionary/encyclopedia following the Creative Commons standards. Project Description The project consists of preliminary research into the development ...
  • Increasing Access to Nonprofit Management Leadershop Education 

    Harrison, Yvonne; Murray, Vic; Oberlander, Cyril (2014)
    The Certificate of Nonprofit Management and Leadership (CNML) jointly sponsored by Rockefeller College’s Department of Public Administration and Policy and the School of Social Welfare, is dedicated to increasing access ...
  • The Information Literacy User’s Guide: An Open, Online Textbook 

    Jacobsen, Trudi; Bobish, Greg; Bernnard, Deborah; Bullis, Daryl; Hecker, Jenna; Holden, Irina; Hosier, Allison; Loney, Tor (Open SUNY Textbooks at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, 2014-04-04)
    Good researchers have a host of tools at their disposal that make navigating today’s complex information ecosystem much more manageable. Gaining the knowledge, abilities, and self-reflection necessary to be a good researcher ...
  • Initiating Conversations About the End of Life: The Advanced Illness Decision Simulation Environment 

    Waldrop, Deborah; Meeker, Mary Ann; Milling, David; Sturman, Steve; Zinnerstrom, Karen; Guzman, Tony (2012)
    Decision-making about end-of-life care has evolved with technological advances that can prolong life. Discourse about the benefits and burdens of life-sustaining treatment has underscored the importance of identifying ...
  • Integrated Online Database for Plant Identification and Use in the Landscape 

    Bassuk, Nina; Trowbridge, Peter (2012)
    Enhancing The Learning Experience With Innovative Technology. Creating the Urban Eden, (Horticulture/Landscape Architecture 4910-4920), a course taught jointly by faculty in the Departments of Landscape Architecture and ...
  • Integrating Mobile Technology to Enhance Geriatric Social Work Training 

    Gould, Paul; Berkowitz, Shawn; Kang, Suk-Young Kang (2013)
    The Integrating Mobile Technology to Enhance Geriatric Social Work Training (IMTEG) project will provide a platform for enhanced student learning and evaluation through a three-tier training experience related to Depression, ...
  • Integration of Virtual and Real Equipment Learning Tools Related to Sustainability Education 

    Bremer, Mark; Yucel, Ibrahim; Urban, Christopher; Waight, Kenneth, T. III; Van Knowe, Glenn E.; Keesee, Robert; Rossi, Elizabeth; Tulino, Suzanne; Wei, Xinchao; Tang, Brian Hong-An (2013)
    Instructional Technology Innovation: Our project will focus on integrating a set of virtual exercises with real systems learning tools to address alternate energy and sustainability issues in both formal and informal ...