Professor Natalie Simpson from the School of Management discusses her work at the March 2018 Poster Session event.
Professor Natalie Simpson from the School of Management in discussion with Cheryl Oyer at the March 2018 Poster Session event.
Erica Goddard, Psychology College of Arts and Sciences, having discussions during March 2018 Poster Session event.
Rich Lamb, Learning and Instruction in the Graduate School of Education, talks to participants at the March 2018 Poster Session event.
Louanne Bakk, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, discusses her work with UB faculty.
Lisa Stephens, Asst. Dean of Digital Education from the School of Engineering, discusses the creation of the MOOC Specialization series of courses.
Clinical Professor Jan Jones, School of Nursing, and other faculty in discussion during November 2018 Poster Session event.
Associate Professor Beth Tauke from the School of Architecture shares the processes she uses in her First Year Seminar course.
The University at Buffalo Online Learning Collaborative (UB OLC) and the Center for Educational Innovation showcased effective online teaching strategies from experienced faculty. See below to learn more about online teaching in UB courses or to develop new teaching strategies to apply in your own work.
For the second poster presentation, the University at Buffalo Online Learning Collaborative (UB OLC) and the Center for Educational Innovation again showcased effective online teaching strategies from experienced faculty. See below to learn more about online teaching in UB courses or to develop new teaching strategies to apply in your own work.
Date: April 3, 2017
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Location: Capen Hall, Room 212 (inside Silverman Library), North Campus
The SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) is one of the leading international organizations focused on the emerging field of Globally Networked Learning (GNL). GNL is a teaching and learning methodology that fosters faculty and student interaction with peers abroad, through co-taught multicultural online and blended learning environments emphasizing experiential student collaboration.
This discussion will introduce participants to SUNY COIL, which UB is now a participating member campus. You will hear from fellow UB and SUNY faculty and staff that have taught/developed international courses through COIL and learn about the benefits that online international education experiences can bring your students.
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Research and Experiential Learning, UB
Assistant Dean for Global Partnership, School of Social Work, UB
Mindy S. Kole, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Business, SUNY Ulster
|Assistant Director, The Academies, UB
Instructional Designer, SUNY Oswego
Ann M. Giralico Pearlman
Senior Instructional Design Specialist, College at Brockport
Instructional Designer, SUNY Ulster
This is an informal discussion that provides faculty members from across UB with an opportunity to share ideas and to learn from one another. All faculty members, regardless of experience in online teaching, are welcome to attend.
This event is sponsored by the UB Online Learning Collaborative (OLC). The Online Learning Collaborative is an independently-charged group consisting of individuals from the university instructional support community who are dedicated to the advancement and growth of online learning initiatives across UB.
The Spring SUNY Faculty Development Community of Practice Regional Meeting (March 31 from 9-noon) is a joint meeting with the Finger Lakes Faculty Development Network.
The purpose of the meeting is to bring together those who are involved in supporting teaching and learning and faculty/staff development efforts. Participants will attend the meeting at one of eight sites (Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Ithaca, Plattsburgh, Albany, Purchase, Suffolk) to network face-to-face with other faculty developers in their region. The meeting also featured a presentation by Cindy Burnett from Buffalo State who will talk about how to integrate creativity into teaching and learning.
If you are a faculty developer, faculty or staff associated with a center for teaching and learning, a teaching, learning, and technology center, or a librarian, instructional designer, or other staff member involved with supporting faculty in their instructional development, please view the recorded session below:
Date: Monday, February 27, 2017
Time: 10 - noon
Location: Baldy Hall, Room 555, north campus
This webinar showed participants the different Blackboard Course Reports that are available in courses. We covered each report type and the information that it provides. We discussed how to read the reports for data on course access and when users have accessed different course content material. Going further into monitoring student progress, we talked about the Retention Center. The Blackboard Retention Center is used to monitor users using specific criteria including course access, activity, grades, and submissions. Instructors were encouraged to share their ideas on how they monitor students and how the retention center can be used in these ways.
Both Faculty and staff were in attendance.