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    • A Digital “ProofSpace”, Facilitating a Flipped Classroom for Mathematical Proofs 

      Heap, Aaron; Uttamchandani, Suraj (2014)
      In many ways, the Introduction to Mathematical Proofs course is a first course in mathematical writing. Analogous courses are offered in math departments throughout the SUNY system. The skills and content a student learns ...
    • The E-Textbook Opportunity: The Time is Now for SUNY, Phase 2 

      Hendrix, Dean; Lyons, Charles; Orzech, Mary Jo; Peters, Pamela (2013)
      This project will license electronic versions of textbooks that are used in courses across three SUNY schools: SUNY Brockport, University at Buffalo (UB) and SUNY Delhi. A continuation of a previously funded IITG pilot ...
    • Open SUNY Textbooks Renewal 

      Oberlander, Cyril; Lyons, Charles (2013)
      The Open SUNY Textbook 2012 program, a very successful pilot, proved that SUNY Faculty and Libraries are interested in creating high-quality open textbooks. We received 38 proposals in a 2 week call for a writing deadline ...
    • Math Course Redesign Project 

      Adsitt, Nicole; Reohr, Shannon (2013)
      Cayuga Community College is redesigning our developmental math course sequence, starting with Elementary Algebra, where the traditional classroom lecture format is replaced with an individualized, actively engaged approach ...
    • Impact of a Cloud-Based Program on SLOs in an Online Health Assessment Course 

      Deane, Susan; Digger, Kirsty; Lewis, Mary Pat; Pratt, Elizabeth (2013)
      As clinical practicum experiences become more and more difficult for nursing students to acquire, alternatives need to be explored. SUNY Delhi will assess student outcomes utilizing the interactive digital clinical experience ...
    • Gift and Deselection Manager Online 

      Sullivan, Mark (2013)
      The Gift & Deselection Manager Online (GDM) will manage and streamline a single library’s workflow for processing gifts and evaluating materials for weeding while aiding in coordinated collection development, last copy ...
    • E-portfolios to Engage Student Veterans at Suffolk County Community College 

      Lieberthal, Susan P.; Gruber, Krista; Basileo, Paul; Leo, Meridith; Prather Davis, Danna; Wozniak, Nancy (2013)
      Suffolk County Community College will offer e-portfolio training to student veterans that integrates writing, video editing and information literacy. The project will strengthen student academic engagement and result in ...
    • Enriching Teaching Field Experience Through Technology 

      VanSlyke-Briggs, Kjersti (2013)
      This project builds upon an established partnership school relationship between SUNY Oneonta and a local school district, where a team of two education students will engage in a field experience over the course of one year, ...
    • Developing Co-curricular courses that lead to critical thinking in on-line and hybrid coursework 

      Linn, Jeffrey; Sakshaug, Lynae; McDonald, Frank; Heavey, Elizabeth (2013)
      Hybrid and on-line coursework is an indispensible tool for the delivery of instruction at all colleges and universities. But technology is not pedagogy. Research findings by the US Department of Education (2010) indicate ...
    • Developing an Interactive Web-Application for Instructions Involving Networks 

      Kwon, Changhyun; Bisantz, Ann; Lucas, Joan; Dong, June; Colyar, Julia (2013)
      The growing network-based concepts in many disciplines and the difficulties for both instructors and students in transferring the notions of networks necessitate an interactive and easy-to-access platform for efficient ...
    • Developing a Technology Platform to Support Blended-Online Learning 

      Summerville, Douglas; Temkin, Kyle (2013)
      As the technologies behind blended-online education have matured, several new educational models have emerged which offer the potential for increased student engagement, and which can significantly increase the amount of ...
    • 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 ...
    • A Hybrid Approach for Teaching Calculus 

      Pitarresi, James; Anderson, Laura; Brennan, Joseph; McKinney, Daniel (2013)
      At Binghamton University, Calculus I is taught to over 1,000 students each Fall. The satisfaction and performance of students in this course is often poor. This can lead to students dropping their intended major or continuing ...
    • Minecraft MOOC for Educators (MIME) 

      Kaczmarek, Allyson (2017)
      "The proposed project (MIME) aims to offer educators a Minecraft MOOC specialization of courses that features a roadmap for development of interdisciplinary curriculum, concrete ideas for participant engagement and easy ...
    • 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 ...
    • Lighting the SPARC of Scientific Collaboration: A Proposal to Add Two SUNY Campuses to a Regional Conservation Biology Network 

      Bastiaans, Elizabeth (2017)
      We propose to add two SUNY campuses, Oneonta and Cobleskill, to a region-wide network of conservation biologists (SPARCnet, the Salamander Population and Adaptation Research Network), focused on studying the response of ...
    • TimeStitch: Digital Prototype of a Virtual Museum as a Leaning Tool 

      Myzelev, Alla (2017)
      TimeStitch is a prototype of a digital object repository that can be used to create various learning contents. It will display needlecrafts such as embroidery, knitting and sewing as examples of the objects that could be ...
    • Flipping the Classroom: A Multipronged Approach to Retention of Academically Underprepared STEM Majors 

      Watanabe, Junryo (2017)
      Nationally, there is a problem of recruiting and retaining underrepresented students in STEM, and there is no exception to this at SUNY Oneonta and other SUNY institutions. As a part of a multipronged approach, this project ...
    • Development and Assessment of Openly Available WeBWorK Problem Sets for Underserved Mathematics Courses 

      Jones, Keith; Bridges, Leah (2017)
      This project brings together expert faculty members and qualified undergraduate students to design, implement, and test up to 1,000 WeBWorK problems sets for introductory math courses. WeBWorK, a free and open source online ...