Academic Sharing Community: A SUNY Catalog of Educational Projects and Innovative Initiatives (ASC SUNY)
Dr. Nan Travers
- Michael Forte, PhD
- Susan Deer, PhD
- Kathleen Schiefen, PhD
- Jill Pippin
- Lisa Raposo
- Chris Price
Empire State College
The Academic Sharing Community: A SUNY Catalog of Educational Projects and Innovative Initiatives (ASC SUNY) serves as a repository for campus initiatives, while providing guidance for project development and assessment and ways to network and partner across SUNY to help institutions meet demands of the 21st century.
Dr. Karleen West
This project recruits faculty across SUNY campuses to develop a freely-available modular curriculum on food sustainability to be applied in multiple disciplines, and distributed using the Digital Commons of SUNY platform.
Dr. Sean Robinson
- Kathryn Amatangelo, Ph.D.
- Michael B. Burgess, Ph.D.
- Laurie J. Freeman
- Jack T. Tessier, Ph.D.
- Kathy Spitzhoff
This project will increase access to and use of biological collections through further development of the SUNY Herbarium Network, the goals of which are to database and image all specimens housed within SUNY herbaria; upload specimen data and images to a web-based open-access platform; and develop, implement, and assess web-based learning modules.
- Christine Kroll, University at Buffalo
- Ming Chiu, University at Buffalo
- Peter Shea, University of Albany
- Robert Bangert Drowns, University of Albany
- Suzanne Miller, University at Buffalo
- Yik Ting Choi, University of Hong Kong
University at Buffalo
A research partnership between Buffalo and Albany to examine research based best practices for online SUNY teaching.
Curriculum design, teacher education pedagogy and cognitive science reviewed for modules development, along with instructor guides and course materials. Beta release of 2 week, 1 credit courses targeted for spring 2016.
- Charles Lyons, University at Buffalo Libraries
- Mary Jo Orzech, SUNY College at Brockport
- Pamela J Peters, SUNY Delhi
University at Buffalo
Continued exploration of e-textbook adoption with new assessment methodologies related to student learning outcomes, developing longitudinal data sets for pinpointing trends among specific student populations, analyzing the impact of price on e-textbook adoption and investigating the feasibility of a student-centered e-textbook model.