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    • The Open Home Project 

      Gal, Diane; Lewis, Mark (2019)
      This proposed project will build off our innovative efforts with prior IITG and SUNY OER grants and merge them into a new “Open Home” ecosystem using open-source tools and materials for programs in the Humanities, Arts, ...
    • Open Media Lab 

      Chipley, Laura (2015)
      Open Media Lab will expand multimedia production teaching and learning through the creation of an online multimedia production lab. The Lab will be a public website on SUNY Commons and will consist of a series of open ...
    • An Open SUNY Accessibility MOOC for Faculty and Staff Development: Creating Online Courses that Provide Access for All 

      Stone, Kathleen; Bidell, Ginger; Forte, Michele; Jokelova, Antonia; Lane, Anne; Pereira, Meghan; Rummings, Julie; Silverheels, Sumana; Hermann, Kelly (2015)
      This project will develop a SUNY-wide, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on online course accessibility. The collaborative team includes instructional designers, disability services professionals, technologists, and faculty ...
    • Open SUNY Information Literacy Initiatives 

      Rath, Logan; Clemens, Jessica; DeRusso, Katie; Huxley, Carleen; Wilson, Alice (2014)
      This project will help share locally created and locally curated information literacy content among SUNY librarians and faculty. This project will have two tiers: development of guidelines for the creation of shareable and ...
    • Open SUNY Textbooks 

      Oberlander, Cyril; Lyons, Charles (2012)
      Creating open access content for Open SUNY that scales means developing new service frameworks; libraries can help provide that new infrastructure. The IITG grant would fund an innovative and collaborative pilot to develop ...
    • 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 ...
    • An open-source high fidelity veterinary patient simulator (VPS) 

      Fletcher, Daniel; Meckel, Barrett T.; Murphy, Katherine M.; Weiner, David; Kelleher, Terry (2016)
      Veterinary clinical training follows an apprenticeship model in which trainees observe experienced clinicians treating cases presenting to teaching hospitals. High fidelity patient simulators enable an approach based on ...
    • Osw3go.net: Alternate Reality Simulations as Learning Tools 

      Mejias, Ulises (2012)
      Osw3go.net is a parallel universe to Oswego, New York. Specifically, it is an alternate reality simulation. But the participants in Osw3go.net do not inhabit a virtual world where they control anonymous avatars. Rather, ...
    • Postsecondary Information Literacy Readiness Assessment using ILAAP 

      Tysick, Cynthia; De La Rosa, Jewel; Rath, Logan; Walsh, Tiffany (2017)
      This project will adapt the Information Literacy Assessment & Advocacy Project (ILAAP) diagnostic tool for use throughout the SUNY system. This online assessment will provide student admissions and advising officers with ...
    • Presentations Unplugged: Mobile Devices in the Classroom 

      Blake, Tom (2012)
      For years, we have striven to provide classrooms with projection and audio systems on campus where faculty members can project a computer screen for their class to see. All of our classrooms are “laptop ready” to allow the ...
    • Prior Learning Assessment: A Competency-Based, E-Portfolio Framework 

      Travers, Nan; Forte, Michele; Carey, Robert; Wilson, Lisa; Levine, Louise; Garmil, Ross; Tweedy, Amy; Frank, Ashley; Kerr, Thomas; Johnsen, Joan (2014)
      Based on initial pilots at Empire State College of the Global Learning Qualification Framework (GLQF) funded through the Lumina Foundation as an Open SUNY initiative, this proposal seeks to scale-up a proof-of-concept ...
    • The Programmatic Learning Environment Prototype 

      Gal, Diane; McQuigge, Amy (2016)
      Inspired by our own students’ needs, and Educause’s vision for a Next Generation Learning Environment, our team at ESC has been rethinking online learning spaces. Currently available LMSs use courses as the primary units ...
    • Quality by Design: Strategies for Effective Teaching and Quality Course Design. An Online Faculty Development Course and Open Educational Resource (OER) 

      Reed, Anne; Grabowski, Jeremiah; Sullivan, Roberta (Robin); van Putten, Cherie; Whitley-Grassi, Nathan; Greatrix, Martha; Sobieski-VanDelinder, Caryn; Sturman, Steven; Price, Christopher; Dubuc, Lisa; Feinberg, Dan (2015)
      Quality by Design: Strategies for Effective Teaching and Quality Course Design (QbD) is a faculty development course and OER that will serve the vision of Open SUNY, including open content, cross- collaboration, asset-sharing, ...
    • Reducing Student Isolation: The Development of a Campus Life Model to Improve Retention Rates of Students in Online Degree Programs 

      Fassinger, JoAnne; Mott, Molly; Bish, Courtney (2017)
      With more traditional students taking online degrees, the needs of online students are changing. Students are now looking for a fuller college experience beyond the usual links to campus resources and services. At the same ...
    • Refining a Scalable Model for Open Educational Practice across the SUNY System 

      Graham, Lee; Beck, Ed (2019)
      During this one year exploration of Open Educational Practice the campuses of SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Geneseo, SUNY Oswego, and SUNY Genesee Community College created a shared resource where students, faculty and projects could ...
    • Rockland Community College’s Developmental Model Reform Initiative through the Implementation of a Digital Companion Course: Creating Reflective Practioners and Engaged Students 

      Rottman, Martha; Roche, Catherine (2014)
      ePortfolio, a tested educational technology shown to increase student reflection skills and motivation, will be used to enhance a model of developmental course reform for increased student completion and achievement. There ...
    • Rural Schools Virtual Project [RSVP]: Expanding Access to Advanced & Elective Online Coursework 

      Giblin, Thomas (2013)
      What we propose to do with SUNY IITG support is to help a rural school in New York State offer an advanced or elective online course; to provide graduate professional development (to both the rural teacher and two SUNY ...
    • Scaling the Metaliteracy Badging System for Open SUNY: Collaborative Customization for Teacher Education Programs 

      Affinito, Stephanie; O’Brien, Kelsey; Jacobson, Trudi; Forte, Michele; Mahar, Donna; Gardner-Athey, Karen (2016)
      This collaborative project between faculty at the University at Albany and Empire State College will scale and refine the existing Metaliteracy Badging System for Open SUNY, and produce a collaborative, customized badge ...
    • Scaling up OER Discovery and Adoption: Building an open digital learning and publishing network across SUNY 

      Pitcher, Katherine; Bidell, Ginger; Brown, Allison; Galka, Leah; Root, Leah; Lindsay, Ryann (2016)
      Create a networked approach to the digital learning and publishing development of open educational resources (OER) within the SUNY system. There will be three major areas of exploration within this project: 1. Create a ...
    • Scaling Up the SUNY Virtual Herbarium Network 

      Robinson, Sean; Amatangelo, Kathryn; Burgess, Michael B.; Freeman, Laurie J.; Tessier, Jack T; Spitzhoff, Kathy (2017)
      Herbaria, collections of preserved plants, are valuable sources of data essential to studies in the biological sciences. The goal of this project is to continue the development of a SUNY Herbarium Network and to scale up ...