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Project Outcomes

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2012 (Round One) Outcomes Posted The inaugural competition for funding sought to promote faculty and staff understanding of how new technologies support pedagogy. The RFP encouraged exploration of emerging and transformative issues with social media sites, Internet search engines, mobile devices, e-books, video course capture and learning management systems. 2013 (Round Two) Currently Underway As a direct result of 2012 IITG efforts, partnerships both internal and external to SUNY are flourishing, providing real opportunity for discipline-based collaboration while building a foundation for future research and communities of practice. In anticipation of Open SUNY, this RFP focuses on exploration of E-textbooks, open education resources (OER), educational gaming, and tools and practices that support online teaching and learning that supports Innovative Instruction SUNY-wide. 2014 (Round Three) Announced May 2014 With the formal launch of Open SUNY in January, this RFP focuses on how online learning, open educational resources, e-textbooks, mobile devices, flipped classrooms, educational gaming, competency-based and experiential learning, prior learning assessment and MOOCs are transforming how education is providing access and engaging students.

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

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Awarded Grant: $60,000 Principal Investigator: Trudi Jacobson, University at Albany Thomas P. Mackey, Empire State College This project merges two innovative and flexible learning models: a metaliteracy Coursera MOOC open to all SUNY students, and its integration with competency-based badging. This unified approach to learning appeals to students and employers alike, and serves as a robust model to advance Open SUNY. Metaliteracy, a critical knowledge set for informed students, employees, and citizens, is leveraged in this project to meet the learning goals of Open SUNY. Being metaliterate means having the ability to successfully consume and create quality information in collaborative, online environments. The co-PIs will assess the effectiveness of this project’s teaching methods by using analytics provided within Coursera. Participants in the Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative will share outcomes with SUNY faculty to develop badging quests in prior learning assessment, experiential learning, and other content areas. The unified metaliteracy MOOC and badging system will provide support for the next revision of SUNY’s Information Management General Education competency. Co-PI’s and Key Partners: Michele Forte, Assistant Professor and Mentor, Center for Distance Learning, SUNY Empire State College Kathleen Stone, Director for Curriculum and Instructional Design, Center for Distance Learning, Empire State College Amy L. McQuigge, Special Projects Coordinator, School for Graduate Studies, SUNY Empire State College Jenna Hecker, Instructional Developer, Faculty Technology Resources, University at Albany Kelsey O’Brien, Visiting Assistant Librarian, University at Albany Reports and Resources: CIT Presentation on project outcomes COIL Presentation on development and global reach of Coursera MOOC NERCOMP Presentation on Designing Digital Badges as OER LILAC Presentation on Development of Digital Badges Collection of instructional videos used in both MOOCs Coursera project website Canvas project website Mid-project report Project outcomes report Articles and publications: UAlbany Experts in Information Literacy and Nonprofit Management and Leadership Win SUNY Innovative Instruction Awards Are MOOCs Mainstream? Q&A with Peter Shea. What is more exciting than a MOOC? A MOOC in which you can earn digital badges! Empire State College offers Coursera MOOCs: registration Now Open Creative Commons License:   

IITG 2014 Recipients

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Tier Three Awards (Projects up to $60,000 – 33% Matching Funds Required) Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Anurag Purwar Stony Brook University Freshman Design Innovation Katharina Dittmar University at Buffalo Development and assessment of a multiplayer, cloud module for teaching population genetics with badge incentives Randy Yerrick University at Buffalo SUNY Impact: Designing and Validating a Research-Based Model for Online SUNY Teaching (MOST) Valeri Chukhlomin Empire State College iMOOC: A Multiuser Platform for International Students to Navigate U.S.-style Virtual Learning Environments Nan Travers Empire State College Prior Learning Assessment: A Competency-Based, E-Portfolio Framework Elizabeth Kendall Rockland Community College Rockland Community College’s Developmental Model Reform Initiative through the Implementation of a Digital Companion Course: Creating Reflective Practioners and Engaged Students Trudi Jacobson & Tom Mackey University at Albany & Empire State College Designing Innovative Online Learning: Integrating a Coursera MOOC with Open SUNY Badging Jim Dutcher Cobleskill WAVE-ExSEL Tier Two Awards (Projects up to $20,000 – 25% Matching Funds Required) Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Andrea Wade Broome Community College MOOC Model for Workforce Development in the High Demand Labor Industry of Home Health Aides/Personal Care Aides Sarah Jourdain Stony Brook University Building Innovative Open Korean and Japanese Courses: A Pilot on Technology-enhanced Curriculum Development Aaron Heap Geneseo A Digital “ProofSpace,” Facilitating a Flipped Classroom for Mathematical Proofs Amy Lyons University at Buffalo Information resources for evidence-based interprofessional health care decisions: Developing, testing and evaluating library-based innovative technology enhanced team instruction methods Paula Timoney Stony Brook University Implementation of Team-Based Learning in an Asynchronous Distance Education Graduate Nursing Course Daniel Jones Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome A Novel On-line Approach for “e-student” Remote Laboratory Experiments Logan Rath College at Brockport Open SUNY Information Literacy Initiatives Tier One Awards (Projects up to $10,000) Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Mary Perrelli Buffalo State Developing a Tech Hub to Promote the Use of Geographic Information System Technology across SUNY Nathan Whitley-Grassi Empire State College Ecology and Earth Science Virtual Field Experiences OERs: Expanding Access to Field-Based Research Techniques for Students at a Distance Peter Khost Stony Brook University Online Initiative to Foster and Research Writing-Skills Transfer Across the Curriculum and Beyond Ken Fujiuchi Buffalo State Creating Situated Learning Environments through Mobile Device Management (MDM) Yvonne Harrison University at Albany Increasing Access to Nonprofit Management and Leadership Education Kelly Roe Oswego Graphic Flash: Collaboration between Students in Creative Writing, Illustration, Graphic Design, and Multimedia Design Scott Giorgis Geneseo Improving student’s three dimensional visualization skills using an augmented reality sandbox Dana Antonucci-Durgan Suffolk County Community College Creating Mobile “Makerspaces” to Support Experiential Learning Sen Zhang Oneonta Developing a Semi-standardized and Accessible Introduction to Computer Science Course for the SUNY System Samara Smith College at Old Westbury Collaborative Media Center

SUNY Writing Across the Curriculum Online Resource Center

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Awarded Grant: $19,500 Principal Investigator: Rachel Rigolino, SUNY New Paltz This project supports designing and piloting an online site where instructors from across the disciplines can access resources for teaching and writing. A survey of existing repositories such as OER Commons and MERLOT reveals a need for an online site containing instructional material of consistent quality that is dedicated to WAC assignments/goals. If successful, this pilot program would be the first step in developing a robust site housed on the SUNY Learning Commons. This online repository would contain open educational resources focused on writing across the curriculum that would be available both to SUNY and non-SUNY faculty. Co-PI’s and Key Partners: Matt Newcomb, Assistant Professor, English, SUNY New Paltz Mary Fakler, Lecturer, English, SUNY New Paltz Joan Perisse, Adjunct Instructor, English, SUNY New Paltz Lynne Crockett, Professor, English, SUNY Sullivan Linda Smith, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Academic Computing, SUNY New Paltz Kathryn Hurd, Instructional Support Staff, Academic Computing, SUNY New Paltz Reports and Resources: CIT 2014 brochure SUNY New Paltz Campus Article Project website Mid-project report Project outcomes report Project outcomes report 2.0 Creative Commons License: