University at Buffalo
This project is intended to develop a proof-of-concept for, and pilot, a digital assignment workflow involving music notation.
Notate allows students and potential students to do music fundamentals exercises that are either instructor-assessed or self-assessed. The opportunity self-assessment provides is substantial: students can remediate necessary knowledge in music scholarship, work alone to prepare themselves for early entry into advanced courses, or supplement their current learning opportunities with extra knowledge.
Notate has a goal of increasing civic engagement by offering itself as a free tool to educators not just within the SUNY system, but also at other schools, including high schools, in New York and around the country. This leads to better-prepared students entering college, and better-educated students in high school settings.
Rockland Community College’s Developmental Model Reform Initiative through the Implementation of a Digital Companion Course: Creating Reflective Practioners and Engaged Students
- Catherine Roche, Rockland Community College
Rockland Community College
Use of e-Portfolio to increase student retention and completion in remedial courses.
Have applied for and received additional IITG funds in order to extend this project.
Building Innovative Open Korean and Japanese Courses: A Pilot on Technology-enhanced Curriculum Development
- Eriko Sato, Stony Brook University
- Heejeong Sohn, Stony Brook University
- Julian Chen, Stony Brook University
- Kayode C.V. Ekwunife-Orakwue, Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University
Graphic Flash: Collaboration between Students in Creative Writing, Illustration, Graphic Design, and Multimedia Design
- Leigh Wilson, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Oswego
- Amy Bartell, School of Communication Media and the Arts, Oswego
- Cara Thompson, School of Communication Media and the Arts, Oswego
Oswego, State University College at
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.
Demonstration project to create an international online learning community focused on a shared text through utilization of course management software, wikis, blogs, embedded video, and file sharing to support discussion-based humanities courses
Final report describes the goal of investigating how to break linear reading habits to foster enhanced material reflection through use of technology.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Rubric development for a Digital Critique Platform (Dcrit) to facilitate program level review and assessment with content at the project level. Captures/archives both student work and critical assessments in a database for individual or aggregate level objectives.