Development of a Micro-Credential on the Newly Developed Pharmacist Patient Care Process for Use in Pharmacy and Health Profession Programs: Promoting Patient-Centered Care
Dr. Robert Wahler
University at Buffalo
The proposed project is to develop collaborative content for a Micro-Credential (for academic credit) and a Digital Badge (for non-degree students) consisting of stackable modules on the elements of the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process (PPCP) for use across pharmacy and health education professional and post-graduate programs.
Video Pedagogy: Research based best practices for creation and integration of videos into college teaching
- Carol Van Zile-Tamsen, University at Buffalo
- Michele Messenger, University at Buffalo
- In Gu Kang, University at Buffalo
- John Wild, University at Buffalo
University at Buffalo
This project seeks to create a formal research-based pedagogy to educate faculty in best practices in creating and using videos for various instructional purposes.
Our project supports SUNY Excels by providing a rubric and professional development plan that will improve the quality of videos produced for instruction. We are confident that our project will improve instructors’ ability to produce higher quality videos, which will in turn improve the quality of education in the SUNY system.
- Susan Lieberthal, Suffolk County Community College
- Dana Antonucci-Durgan, Suffolk County Community College
- Fiona Grady,Suffolk County Community College
- Paul Basileo, Suffolk County Community College
- Peter DiGregorio, Suffolk County Community College
- Larry Perlman, Suffolk County Community College
Suffolk County Community College
This project will expand the 2014 tier I SUNY IITG entitled Creating Mobile Makerspaces to Support Experiential Learning awarded to Suffolk County Community Colleges Eastern campus library. The Tier II project will extend the Tier I successes to Suffolks other two campuses to provide active learning opportunities through the use of mobile makerspaces that enhance student learning and further student engagement.
Both the 3D printer and the One Button Studio support the SUNY Excel of Completion. The 3D printer has been used by students in Anatomy & Physiology classes to print "human skeletons" to aid in the study of the various bones and bone structure of the human body. Additionally, cell phone microscope clips were made for the biology classes to provide a mobile microscope for studying. The One Button Studio was utilized by students in Communications and Theater classes to practice speeches and monologues. By providing these instructional technologies to our students, we are supporting differentiated learning styles and providing them with the support to finish their certificate or degree.
- Chris Price, SUNY Brockport
- Kanchana Mendes, SUNY Brockport
- Kathleen Reagan, SUNY Brockport
- Jeremy Browne, Brigham Young University
- Christopher Loretz, University at Buffalo
- Marirose Ethington, Genesee Community College
- Gary Glaser, Genesee Community College
Creation of pre-laboratory learning modules for A&P students to assess the effects of using these modules to reduce face-to-face lab duration while maintaining learning outcomes, and to identify features to facilitate faculty adoption of this technology.