The Open SUNY COTE Monthly Shares are broadcast to the COTE Community to highlight teaching tips, fun facts, or engaging tools to help build your professional toolkit. To contribute a monthly share,…Continue
At the request of one of our campuses, this forum invites discussion on what your campus approach to blended learning has been. Please feel free to share resources, materials, strategies, policies,…Continue
The SUNY Online Teaching unit has developed a portfolio of resources in a variety of modes to best fit campus or individual needs as they navigate the current semester. Next week, we will focus on using rubrics for online assessment of student learning.Assessing Student Learning OnlineMay 5, 202112:00-12:30PMRubrics provide students with clear expectations and objective criteria for their graded assignments. They also ensure an objective and expedient grading process for instructors. In this…See More
SUNY Online is pleased to share the following webinar announcement from the SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2).Engaging Remote Students - Don’t worry about their cameras!Presenter: Matthea Marquart - Assistant Dean of Online Education and adjunct Lecturer at Columbia University’s School of Social WorkDate: Friday, March 26, 2021Time: 12:00-1:00 PM ESTHow do you know whether your students are engaged in learning during your synchronous online classes? Can you tell…See More
The SUNY Online Teaching unit has developed a portfolio of resources in a variety of modes to best fit campus or individual needs as they navigate the current semester. The next webinar in the series will focus on supporting online students.Date: March 11, 2021Time: 12:00-12:30PMThere are a number of practical things online faculty can do to support online learner success. A brief overview of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies used by successful blended/online learners will be presented…See More
February 22, 2021 at 9pm to February 26, 2021 at 4pm
The SUNY Online Summit will be held virtually February 22-26, 2021. The SUNY Online Summit, sponsored by the SUNY Online Teaching unit, is an annual SUNY-wide conference specifically for online teaching and learning practitioners. Anyone, including Friends of SUNY, are welcome!While this will be the 2nd annual SUNY Online Summit, this will be the 22nd annual Summit gathering. The Summit has evolved as a conference intended for all SUNY Online advanced online practitioners with expertise in…See More
As part of SUNY’s fall webinar series to support faculty through a challenging fall semester, we will be offering a webinar this week on Wednesday, December 9th at noon that will feature part two of our series on course quality showcasing two OER digital courseware matrices that have been aligned with the SUNY Online Course Quality Rubric (OSCQR) for designing high-quality, learner-centered online courses.The OSCQR rubric is a customizable and flexible tool for online course quality review that…See More
OSCQR.suny.edu is a free and openly-licensed resource, developed as a companion to the OSCQR rubric, that provides more in-depth explanations of each standard, provides ideas and examples of how to address each standard, provides citations and information that supports each standard, and facilitates additional contributions crowd-sourced from the users of OSCQR. Join us for an overview of the …See More
SUNY Online is committed to supporting campuses through an uncertain and unprecedented fall semester. The SUNY Online Teaching unit has developed a portfolio of resources in a variety of modes to best fit institutional or individual needs.On November 2, join us for a webinar on Supporting Online Student Success.There are a number of practical things online faculty can do to support online learner success. A brief overview of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies used by successful…See More
SUNY Online is committed to supporting campuses as they plan for an uncertain and unprecedented fall semester. The SUNY Online Teaching unit has developed a portfolio of resources in a variety of modes to best fit institutional or individual needs. We will be offering a monthly webinar series that will provide an overview of the various resources.Back to School Pt. 3: Checklist for Remote TeachingA checklist has been developed as a template of essential elements for courses being taught…See More
The upending impact of the COVID-19 outbreak upon higher education has created an immediate demand for delivering laboratory experiences in online settings. This event will foster conversations, exploration and relationship-building between higher education leaders and established online labs providers, organized around 4 strategic themes/questions:WHY CONSIDER VIRTUAL LABS? If you are just getting started, what are the unique affordances of digital, virtual, and distance labs and strategies…See More
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