Mr. David Murray
- Kevin Cleary
- Damira Pon
- Jennifer Huber
University at Buffalo
The Open Cyber Arena supports hands-on cybersecurity education and outreach efforts, providing ease of use to instructors and streamlined ease of access to students.
Dr. Alla Myzelev
TimeStitch (http://timestitch.geneseo.edu/items/browse) is a database that was developed and populated with the help of the IITG Tier 1 Grant. In this next stage we would like to develop the following: 1) crowdsourcing plugin that will help to digitize objects such as antiques that are in the possession of general public to create a 3-dimensional component that will help students in planning virtual and real exhibitions and offer the TimeStitch package to museums as a tool of making their collections available online.
Ms. Shelli Cordisco
- Brenda Dawe
Broome Community College
By infusing affordable digital notation technologies into Broome CC’s Music Theory classrooms, this pilot project will: (1) promote creativity, intuitive learning, and accessibility for participating students; (2) help them understand complex concepts faster, and train them to hear different chord qualities, intervals, and instrument timbres; and (3) serve as a model for other community college music programs where technology-based pedagogical solutions are often outpaced by local high schools.
Digital Studio Lab: A Cross-disciplinary Collaboration between the Humanities Department and The Canino School of Engineering Technology
- JoAnne Fassinger
Canton, College of Technology
The Digital Studio Lab is a transdisciplinary pedagogical project that reimagines the traditional teaching methods of seminar (lecture), lab (technical design), and studio (artistic practice) to create both a method and a space of digital collaboration, community outreach, and interdisciplinary game and media building across the humanities and engineering programs.
Dr. Hilary Becker
- Dr. Gokhan Ersan, Assistant Professor of Art and Design, Binghamton University
- Dr. Louis Piper, Associate Professor of Physics, Binghamton University
- Dr. Pamela Smart, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Art History, Binghamton University
- Dr. Valerie Imbruce, Assistant Director OSRI- Division of Research, Binghamton University
- Dr. Mark Poliks, Professor of System Science and Industrial Engineering, Binghamton University
"Materials Matter is an interdisciplinary course that brings together lessons in chemistry, art history, classical archaeology, and design using active learning and an innovative visual language presented in an interactive app to teach students the basic concepts of these subjects as well as how they influence each other."
- Tony Dumas, Brockport
Problem-based learning is an effective, student-centered approach in which students learn higher-order thinking skills and integrative strategies by solving real-world challenges.This pilot project, funded by SUNY IITG in 2015, is in the process of developing best-practice models and pedagogically sound materials for survey and topic-based music courses that integrates general education content while encouraging students to think creatively and develop flexible solutions to large-scale issues and problems – skills essential for success in the 21st century
Accuracy and Proficiency of Auscultatory Skills in Nursing Students Using a Bluetooth Connected Stethoscope
Delhi, College of Technology
Through 3D medical illustration and open-access instructional design, we can enhance the educational value and accessibility of our pedagogical approach to a wider community of learners.
- Tony Dumas, The College at Brockport
Case studies for Problem Based Learning to support a music course, including student learning of rubric development.
Outcomes TBD (August 2016)
- Susan MacLeod, Fulton-Montgomery Community College
- Katherine Spitzhoff, SUNY Oneonta
- John Bugyi, SUNY Oneonta
Oneonta, State University College at
Coupled with NSF funds, open access materials to support physiology case studies are being developed to simulate and support research and clinical practices.
Outcomes TBD (August 2016)
Information Resources for Evidence-Based Interprofessional Health Care Decisions: Developing, Testing and Evaluating Library-Based Innovative Technology Enhanced Team Instruction Methods
- Maryruth Glogowski, Buffalo State
- Gary D. Byrd, University at Buffalo
- Paul T. Wietig, University at Buffalo
- Nell Aronoff, University at Buffalo
- Sharon Murphy, University at Buffalo
- Elizabeth M. Stellrecht, University at Buffalo
- Deborah McConnell Chiarella, University at Buffalo
- Michelle Zafron, University at Buffalo
- Howard B. Pikoff, University at Buffalo
- Michael Lavin, University at Buffalo
- Amy Lyons, University at Buffalo
- Andrew Symons, University at Buffalo
- Nancy Campbell-Heider, University at Buffalo
- Donald Antonson, University at Buffalo
- Kathleen M. K. Boje, University at Buffalo
- Patricia J. Ohtake, University at Buffalo
- Diane E. Elze, University at Buffalo
- Paul E. Tesluk, University at Buffalo
- Rosemary B. Lubinski, University at Buffalo
- Jeremiah S. Grabowski, University at Buffalo
- Caryn Sobieski-VanDelinder, University at Buffalo
- Katie Bertel, Buffalo State
- Leah Galka, Buffalo State
- Carol A. DeNysschen, Buffalo State
- Constance Dean Qualls, Buffalo State
University at Buffalo
A partnership to study information resources for evidence-based interprofessional health care decisions (IPE) - developing, testing and evaluating library based innovative technology enhanced team instruction methods.
On September 18, 2015, student subjects met their inter-professional for a 2 hour session. Overall reaction of participants to the inter-professional education student event was very positive, and many students indicated that it was an enlightening experience that enabled them to better understand other health sciences professions and provided them with a greater awareness for where there are overlapping interests in care.
J Tomás Henriques
Buffalo State College
LOOP (Learn, Operate, Outreach, Perform) supports creation of a digital/electronic music lab that will support an online masters program.
The project final report describes key learning outcomes.
- Nathan Franklin, Clinton Community College
Clinton Community College
Pilot use of Prezi in student presentations partnered with community based organizations to provide experiential learning around promotion and engagement of target audiences.
Students responded well to the service learning assignments and guidance. Exercises, timeline and prezi debrief is available here.
- Stephen P. Weiter, SUNY ESF
College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Demonstration project using the iPod touch, students will take photos of the spaces and resources in the library and use digital storytelling tools to tell a story about their orientation experience to the library.
- Jack Croxton, SUNY Fredonia
- Danielle Garneau, SUNY Plattsburgh
- Shashi Kanbur, SUNY Oswego
Computer mediated technology to support undergraduate research mentoring and exploration of technology use in faculty development.
Recommendations for use of virtual tools for mentorship is available here (Final Report).