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    • Modular and Student-Driven Learning of Writing (MASLOW): An Online Platform for Facilitating International Graduate Students' Academic Transition and Success 

      Sharma, Ghanashyam; Davidson, Cynthia A. (2018)
      Modular and Student-Driven Learning of Writing (MASLOW) is an online platform designed to help international graduate students interactively learn foundational writing skills needed for academic transition, leading to more ...
    • MOOC for Myanmar: Creativity in Context 

      Julian, Carol; Cabra, John; Perreault, Melanie (2018)
      SUNY's International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) values preparing students for meaningful civic engagement in a global society. As part of its vision to “Ignite Creativity Around the World” the ICSC is offering ...
    • MOOC Model for New Care Coordination Competencies Training 

      Keys, Terrance; Dugan, Lawrence (2018)
      Care coordination is a key strategy that has the potential to improve the effectiveness, safety, and efficiency of the American healthcare system. Well-designed, targeted care coordination helps ensure that the right ...
    • MOOC Model for Workforce Development in High Demand Labor Industry of Home Health Aides/Personal Care Aides, Phase 2 

      Wade, Andrea; O'Hara, Leslie (2015)
      Using Targeted OERs to Develop Core Academic Skills in the Disciplines is a project that will serve the goals of both Open SUNY and SUNY Excels, specifically the creation of open-source shareable learning resources, the ...
    • MOOC Model for Workforce Development in the High Demand Labor Industry of Home Health Aides/Personal Care Aides 

      Wade, Andrea; O’Hara-Leslie, Erin; Doty-Blance, Tera; Smith, Tracy (2014)
      Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were first developed to leverage scalability in the online delivery of content to reach broad and diverse groups of learners. The MOOC concept is still rapidly evolving, as public and ...
    • Motivational Interviewing: A MOOC Coursera Course for Health Professionals 

      Sage, Todd (2019)
      Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based practice and conversational style for promoting health change behaviors and eliciting a patient's own motivations to improve follow-through. It is currently not trained ...
    • Multimedia Innovation Instruction Technology (MIIT) 

      Faraday, Christine; Spiegelman, Marsha (2013)
      The goal of this project is to encourage collaborative student work that is enhanced by web 2.0 tools. Currently, faculty is hesitant to assign many group projects because they cannot assume that the students who attend ...
    • Multimedia Recording Suite 

      Melohusky, Lisa; McCune, T. John; Eckenrode, Dawn (2012)
      As Fredonia continues to expand it’s offerings of blended and 100% online courses and with the adoption of the flipped classroom model, the need to create and share quality online audio and video recordings has grown. In ...
    • Music and Technology in the Community College Music Theory Classroom 

      Cordisco, Shelli; Dawe, Brenda (2018)
      he Music Program of the Performing Arts Department at Broome Community College proposes to pilot a “Music and Technology in the Music Theory Classroom” project that shines a spotlight on digital music notation software to ...
    • Music and the Child 

      Sarrazin, Natalie (2014-06-14)
      Children are inherently musical. They respond to music and learn through music. Music expresses children’s identity and heritage, teaches them to belong to a culture, and develops their cognitive well-being and inner self ...
    • MVCC Open Physics Lab 

      Stevens, Derrick; Dar, Shahida (2015)
      This project will pilot an Open Physics Lab at MVCC for use by any institution or individual. The Open Physics Lab will provide remote access through the web to physical experiments housed at MVCC similar to those used in ...
    • Natural Resources Biometrics 

      Kiernan, Diane (Open SUNY Textbooks at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, 2014-01-16)
      Natural Resources Biometrics begins with a review of descriptive statistics, estimation, and hypothesis testing. The following chapters cover one- and two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), including multiple comparison ...
    • NCCC Electronic Learning Compliance Initiative 

      Dubuc, Lisa; Simiele, Donna (2015)
      The Niagara County Community College (NCCC) eLearning department is seeking funding to launch a new initiative designed to assess and assist faculty in ensuring that all online courses meet the compliance requirements set ...
    • The Necessity of Accessibility Online 

      Case, Michael; Ryan, Melanie; Sidey, Ellen (2015)
      This project would center on providing a day long Accessibility conference on our campus open to participants inside and outside of our institution. The morning session will consist of a presentation by an accessibility ...
    • Non-Profit Community Partner Service Project 

      Dohm, Amy; Franklin, Nathan (2012)
      1. Development, application and assessment of innovative use of instructional technology to improve student engagement and learning across disciplines. Students in two English Composition, ENG 101, courses will create a ...
    • A Novel On-line Approach for “e-student” Remote Laboratory Experiments 

      Jones, Daniel; Abdallah, Mohammed A. (2014)
      Advanced information technology provides students access to a wide range of learning experiences. One of the challenges of the on-line forum is providing exposure to hands-on laboratory experience to students. The goal of ...
    • Observations of Students in Clinical Settings via iPads 

      Youngs-Maher, Pam; Botash, Ann; Bailey, Gene; Powers, Patricia; Recker-Hughes, Carol; Smith, Joseph (2012)
      Upstate Medical University utilizes a curriculum model built on didactic and theoretical constructs, and the application of those lessons in clinical settings. Direct observation and feedback is believed to be an effective ...
    • OER for Dual-Enrollment High School Courses: A Pilot Study of the North Rockland High School College in the High School Program 

      Kendall, Elizabeth; Xia, Jingfeng (2016)
      Rockland Community College (RCC) offers a high school program that allows students to earn college credits while in their own high school through dual enrollment. RCC faculty help to build the curriculum, assess instructor ...
    • On the Road with SUNY 

      Kimball, James; McClure, Glenn; Canning, Karen (2015)
      This project will leverage the motivational learning potential of popular music to enhance the understanding of major social issues in the history of New York State. We request support for planning focused on pedagogical ...
    • Online Global Learning Communities in the Humanities: A Course Model 

      Easton, Celia (2013)
      “Online Global Learning Communities in the Humanities: A Course Model” will support the SUNY Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Center’s online course model with the goal of making it more accessible to ...