Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (TLTC) Support Satisfaction Survey for the 2016-17 Academic Year

We would like to share the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (TLTC) Support Satisfaction Survey for the 2016-17 Academic Year

This survey is related to support services from the TLTC such as use of Blackboard for flipped, hybrid and/or online courses, educational technology, using Vidia, Skype and other remote teaching tools, screencasting, lecture capture, design of online courses, Web 2.0 use in education, and training with the support team in the TLTC.

This survey is NOT related to classroom technology (such as Smartboards), printers, software, computer labs, and library computers.

The survey will help the TLTC support team to determine what training, support, and projects we should focus on. It will also help us choose additional requested services and support. Your responses are private, confidential, and anonymous. The TLTC will be using this data to improve our future professional development offerings.

Thank you for your time.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3553801/4104fc600157

Dr. Michelle Rogers-Estable, Director of the Teaching, Learning & Technology Center (TLTC)

 

Joseph Chiang invited to session in the BIT’s Annual World DNA and Genome Day-2017

Joseph Chiang, professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, was invited to a session in the BIT’s Annual World DNA and Genome Day-2017 in Xian, China from April 25-27, 2017. There were 4 main Groups which link to Molecular Cellular, and Pharmaceutical, and medical field. In one of the sessions, he was directed to chair a session on “Role of Molecular, cellular Biology, pharmaceutical in transition medicine“. There were 12 presentations in this sub-session. In this session, Professor is the chair and presented the first presentation on “A brief Summary Smart Nano DDS (Drug Deliver) for Vaccines. Here are anther 11 presentations including: Wave genomes; Clinical-pharmacogenetic models; Cancer Cured by Electrion’s laser acupuncture; and many other topics. Presenters are from Russia, USA, China, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and several other countries world-wild.

Four Faculty Awarded 2017/18 SUNY IITG Grants

Congratulations to the following faculty members who have been awarded grants from the 2017/18 SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG) program.

  • Elizabeth Bastiaans (Biology): $10,000 for the project “Lighting the SPARC of Scientific Collaboration: A Proposal to Add Two SUNY Campuses to a Regional Conservation Biology Network” (with co-PI Michael Losito of SUNY Cobleskill)
  • Keith Jones (Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics): $9,800 for the project “Development and Assessment of Openly Available WeBWorK Problem Sets for Underserved Mathematics Courses”
  • Sean Robinson (Biology): $20,000 for the project “Scaling Up the SUNY Virtual Herbarium Network”
  • Junryo Watanabe (Biology): $9,500 for the project “Flipping the Classroom: A Multipronged Approach to Retention of Academically Underprepared STEM Majors”

The IITG program was highly competitive this year; of 67 proposals submitted, 28 were selected for funding, including all four projects submitted by SUNY Oneonta.

 

Summer Non-Credit Courses at SUNY Oneonta

Summer Non-Credit Courses at SUNY Oneonta
Sponsored by:
The Office of Continuing Education
Contact Information: P.
607-436-2548 – Email. conted@oneonta.edu

To register for any of our non-credit courses please visit our Website at: continuinged.oneonta.edu

Slow Flow Yoga

When: Wednesdays – 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
This is an 8 week class and will be held on the following dates:
7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, & 8/23
Where: SUNY Oneonta Campus, Morris Conference Center
Fee: $80.00 – Max Students: 20

Put yourself first, and use your lunch hour wisely this summer!  Sign up for this gentle, flowing class in which we move through poses, usually holding a pose for 15-20 seconds.  Emphasis is on slow movement through the available range of motion, gradually building strength and flexibility.  Participants bring their own mat, wear stretch clothing and are comfortable with moving from a standing position to the floor and back up again.  Occasionally we will use props such as chairs, blocks and straps (all provided by instructor, but wonderful if some participants can bring their own).  This class is beneficial for beginning and intermediate yoga students.

Chair Yoga

When: Wednesdays – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
This is an 8 week class and will be held on the following dates:
7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, & 8/23
Where: SUNY Oneonta Campus, Morris Conference Center
Fee: $80.00 – Max Students: 20

Chair Yoga, A very gentle, beginner’s class in which we use the chair for support through all poses, either standing next to the chair or sitting in it. Emphasis is on exploring range of motion; breathing exercises; and developing greater flexibility. No mat needed, just comfortable, stretch clothing.  Excellent class for those with injuries, stiffness, or decreased mobility due to surgery; this class can be done in a wheelchair.