Registration is now open for Fall Case Study Teaching in Science Conference

Friday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 • Buffalo, NY

The annual Fall Case Study Teaching in Science Conference, led by Clyde (Kipp) Herreid, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and director of the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, offers sessions for both the beginner and advanced case study teacher.

Workshop sessions include teaching cases using backward design, multimedia learning principles, developing cases using biointeractive videos, high school methods of engaging students and more.

Joseph Kim, associate professor in psychology, neuroscience and behavior, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, will address the general conference on "Motivating Durable Learning: Focused Attention Through Instructional Design."

Learn more about the 2019 Fall Case Study Teaching in Science Conference

Open Educational Resources (OER) Community Courses

SUNY OER Services has announced that the first sections of their new Open Educational Resources Community Course series are now live. These courses will introduce you to the fundamental principles and effective practices related to OER.

Throughout this learning space you will have the opportunity to explore and discuss methods and approaches to finding, adopting, customizing, integrating, creating, publishing and licensing OER. You will also have opportunities to connect in conversation with your peers and work with OER advocates from the SUNY community who can help you along your learning journey.

> Learn more about SUNY Open Educational Resources Community Courses.

SUNY's Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC)

Stay current with today's rapidly changing technology and acquire lifelong learning strategies in this open-access course offered through Coursera. As you explore, you will develop an ePortfolio to showcase your professional skills and accomplishments.

Everyone can earn digital badges, and students, faculty, and staff from any SUNY institution can earn a Coursera certificate for free.

The entire course can be completed in as little as 5 hours spread over 5 weeks.

> Learn more about #EmTechMOOC