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Tier One Awards

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Tier One Awards (Projects up to $10,000) IITG 2016 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Kim Myers The College at Brockport Investigating and developing online tools for scholarly communication Alex Kumi-Yeboah University at Albany Designing Cross-Cultural Collaborative Online Learning Tool-Kit for SUNY Faculty Bina Ramamurthy University at Buffalo UBuild: Fostering Creativity and Community Building through a Computer Games Initiative Mary Perrelli Buffalo State College Developing GIS Course Modules for Introductory Science and Social Science Courses Nathan Whitley-Grassi Empire State College STEM Open Educational Resources (OERs): Development and Integration of STEM OERs across SUNY Lijian Xu Farmingdale Developing Accessible Simulation and Co-simulation Learning Models of Microprocessor to Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Courses for SUNY System Maya Bentz Farmingdale The Online Student Hub: Development of an Interactive Virtual Learning Community to Improve Student Success and Engagement in Online Courses Ildiko Monahan SUNY Polytechnic Institute (formerly SUNY IT) Employing Technology in the Instruction of Pharmacology with Graduate Nursing Education Students Kyunghee Pyun Fashion Institute of Technology Diverse Techniques of Asian Art and Craft Seana Logsdon Empire State College Using Targeted OERs to Develop Core Academic Skills in the Disciplines Nancy Mahlen SUNY Geneseo Community outreach project: Improving secondary students’ three-dimensional visualization skills using an augmented reality sandbox Michael Masci SUNY Geneseo Crowdsourcing Creativity Meghan McCune Jamestown CC Seneca Culture, History, and Government: Developing an Online Course and Open Access Textbook in Collaboration with the Seneca Nation of Indians Casey Raymond SUNY Oswego Workshop materials for the creation of algorithmic and mathematical problems in Blackboard. Natalie Sarrazin The College at Brockport Collaborative Initiative on Problem Based Learning in Music Renewal IITG 2015 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Michael Case Alfred State College The Necessity of Accessibility Online Lisa Dubuc Niagara County Community College NCCC Electronic Learning Compliance Initiative Elizabeth Middleton Purchase, State University College at Developing online lessons to improve student success in general chemistry and organic chemistry labs James Kimball Geneseo, State University College at On the Road with SUNY Helena Baert Cortland, State University College at Development of a Mastery-Learning Open Online Course in Motor Development Analysis Laura Chipley Old Westbury, State University College at Open Media Lab Lei Miao Fredonia, State University College at Use Software Simulation to Foster Student Learning in Microcontroller Related LABs and Projects Natalie Sarrazin Brockport, State University College at Collaborative Initiative on Problem Based Learning in Music Dan MacIsaac Buffalo State College iPad Mechanics Physics Instruction IITG 2014 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Yvonne Harrison Albany, University at Increasing Access to Nonprofit Management and Leadership Education Kelly Roe Oswego, State University College at Graphic Flash: Collaboration between Students in Creative Writing, Illustration, Graphic Design, and Multimedia Design Sen Zhang Oneonta, State University College at Developing a Semi-standardized and Accessible Introduction to Computer Science Course for the SUNY System Scott Giorgis Geneseo, State University College at 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 Peter Khost Stony Brook University Online Initiative to Foster and Research Writing-Skills Transfer Across the Curriculum and Beyond 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 Samara Smith Old Westbury, State University College at Collaborative Media Center Mary Perrelli Buffalo State College Developing a Tech Hub to Promote the Use of Geographic Information System Technology across SUNY Ken Fujiuchi Buffalo State College Creating Situated Learning Environments through Mobile Device Management (MDM) Aaron Heap Geneseo, State University College at A Digital “ProofSpace”, Facilitating a Flipped Classroom for Mathematical Proofs Nan Travers Empire State College Prior Learning Assessment: A Competency-Based, E-Portfolio Framework IITG 2013 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Mohammed Abdallah SUNYIT Towards OPEN SUNY: A Novel On-line Learning Approach for ECE and ET Students Celia Easton Geneseo Online Global Learning Communities in the Humanities: A Course Model Christine Faraday Nassau CC Multimedia Innovation Instruction Technology (MIIT) Jinseok Heo Buffalo State A Virtual Instrumental Analysis Laboratory (VIAL) for Buffalo State and Open SUNY Susan P. Lieberthal Suffolk CC E-portfolios to Engage Student Veterans at Suffolk County Community College Jill Reese Fredonia iPads for Music Making and Music Teaching Samara Smith Old Westbury Collaborative Media Lab Pilot Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs Oneonta Enriching Teaching Field Experience Through Technology Krista Vince Garland Buffalo State TeachLivE from New York: Developing Innovative Practices in Immersive Teaching Technology   IITG 2012 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name R Hope Adams Empire State College Design Digital Concierge for SUNY Learning Common: Pedagogical Rich Reusable Learning Object Terence Bazzett Geneseo SUNY Geneseo Neuroscience Cyber Technology Laboratory (CTL) Course Edward Bever Old Westbury Eternal France: An Interactive Historical Simulation for College History Classes Tom Blake Binghamton University Presentations Unplugged: Mobile Devices in the Classroom Monica Bugallo Stony Brook Science and Engineering Everywhere, at Anytime, and for Everyone John Cabra Buffalo State College Developing an Informed Community of People Who Are Interested in Advancing 3D Virtual World Instruction Francesca Cichello Empire State College Synergy & Systemness: Making the Most of Innovative Technology & Collaboration Jessica Clemons SUNY ESF Engaging Students in Information Literacy and Digital Literacy through Emerging Technologies Juan De Urda Anguita Fredonia Dreaming in Languages: Politics, Pedagogy and Technology for Language Instruction Katharina Dittmar University at Buffalo Development and Assessment of Mobile Device Instruction in STEM Education at K-21 Level Amy Dohm Clinton CC Non-Profit Community Partner Service Project Carol Anne Germain University at Albany IL Fox – The Virtual Toolbook for Information Literacy Initial Research Martha Growdon Oneonta Evaluating Geologic Mapping Tools for the Undergraduate Curriculum Linda Jones Empire State College An Undergraduate Research Experience: Using technology to Monitor Japanese Beetles Related to Changing Climate Conditions, Across New York State Robert Knipe Genesee CC Integrated Early Career & Transfer Engagement-OWL for Online Adult Learners Keith Landa Purchase Gestural Melody: New Learning Tools for Musical Composition Rose McEwen Geneseo Hybridization: Transforming to a Hybrid Foreign Language Instructional Model Lisa Melohusky Fredonia Multimedia Recording Suite Alexander Nazarenko Buffalo State College Design and Testing of Laboratory Instruction Management System (LIMS) Mary Jo Orzech Brockport Giving/Getting Access to Scholarly and Instructional Material Ronald Sarner SUNYIT Student Mediated Video Lecture Capture Steven Schneider SUNYIT DCrit: Digital Critiquing Platform Roberta (Robin) Sullivan University at Buffalo Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP): On-demand Discovery Learning Professional Development Nathan Whitley-Grassi Empire State College Supporting the needs of 21st Century Learners: Faculty Development with Tools of Engagement Harrison Yang Oswego Using Visual Communication Tools to Enhance Teaching and Learning Sen Zhang Oneonta Automating Production of PowerPoint-Based Algorithm Visualization Teaching Materials

Tier Two Awards

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Tier Two Awards (Projects up to $20,000) IITG 2016 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Benjamin Laabs SUNY Geneseo Enhancing Geospatial Learning and GPS-enabled Field Methods in Geosciences Christopher Rates University at Buffalo Measuring the Effectiveness and Implementation of a Genetics MOOC Rebecca Rotundo University at Buffalo Video Pedagogy: Research based best practices for creation and integration of videos into college teaching Linda Mizer Cornell – College of Veterinary Medicine Creation and Dissemination of Interactive Online 3D Anatomy Instruction Modules at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Kirsty Digger SUNY Delhi Accuracy and Proficiency of Auscultatory Skills in Nursing Students Using a Bluetooth Connected Stethoscope Diane Gal Empire State College The Programmatic Learning Environment Prototype Kerry Carlson Suffolk CC – Grant Expanding Mobile Makerspaces to Enhance Active Learning throughout Suffolk County Community College Sean Robinson SUNY Oneonta The SUNY Virtual Herbarium: Increasing Access and Improving Botanical Education Craig Levins SUNY Oneonta Utilizing Assistive Technology and a Student-driven Universal Design Methodology to Improve Course Accessibility, Classroom Inclusivity and Student Engagement Samuel Abramovich University at Buffalo The SUNY Open Education Research Lab Jingfeng Xia Rockland CC OER for Dual-Enrollment High School Courses: A Pilot Study of the North Rockland High School College in the High School Program Jennifer Zirnheld University at Buffalo Increasing on-line, on-demand, core competency education materials for the development of the next generation energy professional utilizing the MOOC concept. IITG 2015 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Andrea Wade & Erin O’Hara-Leslie Monroe Community College MOOC Model for Workforce Development in High Demand Labor Industry of Home Health Aides/Personal Care Aides, Phase 2 David Youhess Buffalo, University at Interactive Online Career Development: Expanding Access for all Students Christine Kroll Buffalo, University at Open Door to Open SUNY – MOOC Access and Completion Project (Open Door) Bina Ramamurthy Buffalo, University at VINE: An Innovative Model for Collaboration between Humanities and STEM for Learning Data Science Anne Reed Buffalo, University at Quality by Design: Strategies for Effective Teaching and Quality Course Design. An Online Faculty Development Course and Open Educational Resource (OER) Keith Schillo Oneonta, State University College at Implementing and Assessing Open Access Physiology Learning Modules Colleen Garrity Geneseo, State University College at Developing a Common Online Mapping Platform for Interdisciplinary, Place-Based Undergraduate Research Cheryle Levitt Delhi, College of Technology at Increasing Technology-Based Pedagogy in Graduate Nursing Students Using the TPACK Model Lucas Craig Canton, College of Technology at Instructional Technology to Stimulate, Enhance, and Attract Students In The Engineering Technology Field Ken Fujiuchi Buffalo State College Bring Your Own Learning (BYOL): Using MDM to Personalize Learning Environments to Students Valeri Chukhlomin Empire State College iMOOC: A Multiuser Platform for International Online Learners: Phase Two Cyndi Burnett Buffalo State College Adapting MOOC Courses to the Needs of Existing Educational Structures IITG 2014 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name 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 Logan Rath Brockport, State University College at Open SUNY Information Literacy Initiatives Daniel Jones SUNY Polytechnic Institute A Novel On-line Approach for “e-student” Remote Laboratory Experiments Sarah Jourdain Stony Brook University Building Innovative Open Korean and Japanese Courses: A Pilot on Technology-enhanced Curriculum Development Paula Timoney Stony Brook University Implementation of Team-Based Learning in an Asynchronous Distance Education Graduate Nursing Course Andrea Wade Broome Community College MOOC Model for Workforce Development in the High Demand Labor Industry of Home Health Aides/Personal Care Aides IITG 2013 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Nicole Adsitt Cayuga CC Math Course Redesign Project Nina Bassuk Cornell University Integrated Online Database for Plant Identification and Use in the Landscape Mark A. Bremer SUNYIT Integration of Virtual and Real Equipment Learning Tools Related to Sustainability Education Marty Christofferson Tompkins Cortland CC Student Success and Affordability through the use of Open Educational Courses Susan Deane Delhi Impact of a Cloud-Based Program on SLOs in an Online Health Assessment Course Timothy W. Gerken Morrisville Cultivating a Composing Process: Growing Critical Thinking and Student Success with ePortfolios Thomas Giblin Brockport Rural Schools Virtual Project [RSVP]: Expanding Access to Advanced & Elective Online Coursework Paul R. Gould Binghamton University Integrating Mobile Technology to Enhance Geriatric Social Work Training Dean Hendrix University at Buffalo The E-Textbook Opportunity: The Time is Now for SUNY, Phase 2 Changhyun Kwon University at Buffalo Developing an Interactive Web-Application for Instructions Involving Networks Jeffrey Linn Brockport Proposed Project: Developing Co-curricular courses that lead to critical thinking in on-line and hybrid coursework James M. Pitarresi Binghamton University A Hybrid Approach for Teaching Calculus Christopher Rigby Orange CC Introducing Virtualization via OpenStack “Cloud” System to SUNY Orange Applied Technologies Students Rachel Rigolino New Paltz SUNY Writing Across the Curriculum Online Resource Center Mark Sullivan Geneseo Gift and Deselection Manager Online Douglas H. Summerville Binghamton University Developing a Technology Platform to Support Blended-Online Learning IITG 2012 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Beth Burns Buffalo State College Learner eXperience Designers (LXD) Exploring the Feasibility of Badging Mary Ford Orange County CC Improving Student Performance in SUNY Orange Placement Assessment and Developmental Courses Through the Use of Video Presentations James German Potsdam Enhancing Student Success in Potsdam’s Hybrid History Courses Gary Halada Stony Brook Electronic Portfolios to Enhance Experiential Learning and Assessment in Internship Courses Dean Hendrix University at Buffalo The E-Textbook Opportunity: The Time is Now for SUNY Brian Lowe Oneonta Big Data on a Small(er) Campus: Use of Large-Scale Text Analysis by a Comprehensive Primarily Undergraduate Institution Mark Ludwig University at Buffalo SUNYport: Portfolio site for SUNY students Ulises Mejias Oswego Osw3go.net: Alternate Reality Simulations as Learning Tools Melissa Miszkiewicz Buffalo State College Development & Validation of SUNY Prep: Learner Preparedness Survey Cyril Oberlander Geneseo SUNY Open Textbooks Lorette Pellettiere Calix Empire State College Virtual Study Abroad: Student Engagement & International Interaction Using Meeting & Mobile Tools Adam Rich Brockport Creation, Implementation, and Assessment of Anatomy and Physiology Online Laboratory Modules Paul Schacht Geneseo Digital Thoreau: Crowdsourcing Commentary Shufang Shi Cortland 4C-CITI: Four-College Consortium for Innovative Technology Integration Christopher Urban SUNYIT Development of an Interactive Case Study Capability Hope Windle Ulster County CC SUNY Healthcare Island: Exploring a Virtual SUNY Community of Healthcare Learners

Tier Three Awards

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Tier Three Awards (Projects up to $60,000 – 33% Matching Funds Required) IITG 2016 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Daniel Fletcher Cornell – College of Veterinary Medicine An open-source high fidelity veterinary patient simulator (VPS) Nan Travers Empire State College Designing Competency-based PLA Pathways to Scale Up Completion and Learner Success Isabelle Bichindaritz SUNY Oswego An innovative educational framework for interdisciplinary educational collaboration for biomedical data science based on online open educational resources Alexander Nikolaev University at Buffalo Crowdlearning: Towards Collaborative, Self-Sustaining Learning Environments and Practices Christine Kroll University at Buffalo Open Door to Open SUNY (ODOS): MOOC multi-dimensional subgroups, prediction, and implementation project Richard Plotkin University at Buffalo Digital Music Notation with Auto-Grading and Immediate Feedback Katherine Pitcher SUNY Geneseo Scaling up OER Discovery and Adoption: Building an open digital learning and publishing network across SUNY M. Ete Chan Stony Brook “Lab-in-a-Cube” Hands-On Lab Learning with an Automatic Feedback Stephanie Affinito University at Albany Scaling the Metaliteracy Badging System for Open SUNY: Collaborative Customization for Teacher Education Programs IITG 2015 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Yvonne Harrison Albany, University at Increasing Access to Online, On-Demand, Competency-Based Nonprofit Management and Leadership Education Kathleen Stone Empire State College An Open SUNY Accessibility MOOC for Faculty and Staff Development: Creating Online Courses that Provide Access for All Martha Rottman Rockland Community College Developmental Model Reform Initiative Expansion through a Digital Companion Course: Creating Reflective Practioners and Engaged Students Mark McBride Monroe Community College SUNY Open Educational Resources: Improving Faculty Discovery and Adoption Derrick Stevens Mohawk Valley Community College MVCC Open Physics Lab Krista Vince Garland Buffalo State College TeachLivE from New York: It’s SUNY Wide! Enhancing Pedagogical Practice within a Simulated Environment IITG 2014 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Trudi Jacobson & Tom Mackey Albany, University at Designing Innovative Online Learning: Integrating a Coursera MOOC with Open SUNY Badging Randy Yerrick Buffalo, University at SUNY Impact: Designing and Validating a Research-Based Model for Online SUNY Teaching (MOST) Katharina Dittmar Buffalo, University at Development and Assessment of a Multiplayer, Cloud Module for Teaching Population Genetics with Badge Incentives Daniel Murdock Cobleskill, College of Agriculture & Technology at WAVE-ExSEL Anurag Purwar Stony Brook University Freshman Design Innovation Martha Rottman 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 Valeri Chukhlomin Empire State College iMOOC: A Multiuser Platform for International Students to Navigate U.S.-style Virtual Learning Environments IITG 2013 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Monica Bugallo Stony Brook University Exploring New Horizons: Science And Engineering Everywhere, At Anytime And For Everyone Steven M. Gallo University at Buffalo Virtual Infrastructure for Data Intensive Analysis (VIDIA) J Tomás Henriques Buffalo State LOOP: A Project in Creative Instruction for Music Technology [Learn-Operate-Outreach-Perform] Cyril Oberlander Geneseo SUNY Open Textbooks Renewal Peter Shea University at Albany SUNY Games II Roberta (Robin) Sullivan University at Buffalo Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP): On-demand Discovery Learning Professional Development (Phase 2) Patrice Prusko Torcivia Empire State College Cross-Cultural Experiential Learning Evaluation Project Lijun Yin Binghamton University iTutor and iDemo: 3D Computer Vision/Graphics with Intelligent Avatar Interaction IITG 2012 Recipients Principal Investigator Campus Project Name Lori Bernard Geneseo SUNY Distance Mentored Undergraduate Research: Leveraging System Expertise to Enhance Learning Trudi Jacobson University at Albany Developing a SUNY-wide Transliteracy Learning Collaborative to Promote Information and Technology Collaboration Lori Scarlatos Stony Brook University Enviropedia: A Serious Game about Beverage Container Choices Peter Shea University at Albany SUNY Co-laboratory on Immersive Virtual Environments for STEM Learning Deborah Waldrop University at Buffalo Initiating Conversations About the End of Life: The Advanced Illness Decision Simulation Environment Pam Youngs-Maher Upstate Medical University Observations of Students in Clinical Settings via iPads

Recipients

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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. 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. 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.