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Free Resources to Help with Remote Learning in 2022 by Dian Schaffnauser.
SUNY Online is pleased to host and showcase several diverse presentations from our SUNY campuses in celebration of National Distance Learning Week (NDLW), November 8-12, 2021. The webinars are designed to generate greater awareness and appreciation for distance learning, discuss current … Continue reading
Open SUNY/SUNY Online – Your Resources for Remote Learning During Covid-19 SUNY has created a website dedicated to Support Remote Learning during Covid-19 for Campuses, Students and Faculty/Staff. They provide technology tools, webinars/training and much more.
Check out – Tea for Teaching Check out this great resource created by John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare. They run the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the State University of New York at Oswego. This website offers … Continue reading
This month we are highlighting Principal 7: Good practice respects diverse talents and ways of learning. I recommend that you take a few minutes this week to learn about UDL (Universal Design Learning). UDL allows educators to provide a spectrum … Continue reading
Remind text messaging! At times throughout the semester, do you wish you could get a quick message to your students? I would highly recommend using Remind to communicate with your students. This tool is free! Many students already have knowledge … Continue reading
This trick is for those of you using the Blackboard Grade Center. As the semester is winding down we are constantly getting the question “What are my grades” or “How am I doing”. In the Blackboard Grade Center the faculty … Continue reading
As a tip of the week I would like to share an article by the University of Oregon and their Teaching Effectiveness Program. I decided to send this out to all faculty because of the success that has been seen … Continue reading
Since MyBrainShark is discontinuing their free service I would like to offer a few alternatives to sharing PowerPoint Presentations. Each one of the options below offers different services from transcripts (based on slide content), embed links, and video transfer just … Continue reading
MyBrainshark If you are using PowerPoints in your course I recommend using a service such as myBrainshark to host your presentations. This free service offers many features (listed below) that can be used for instructional materials. One tool within Brainshark … Continue reading