The History Department in collaboration with Milne Library and the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center has created a pandemic diary project for students, faculty and staff: The Semester of Living Dangerously. Conceived by Adjunct Assistant Professor of History Ann Traitor, The Semester of Living Dangerously is in the form of a blog and print diary digital archive. It … Continue reading “The Pandemic Diaries” project to continue through fall semester
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) and Faculty Center have been collecting tips, ideas and tools from faculty to highlight some that have been helpful in the shift in teaching during the Spring 2020 semester. Examples include Dr. Emily Riddle’s post on keeping students engaged in online videos and Dr. Elizabeth Small’s explanation on how she uses breakout groups to interact with students online. The whole series … Continue reading TLTC and Faculty Center collecting tips for remote instruction
The library has published the Spring 2020 edition of the "Grist From the Milne" newsletter. It contains updates, special congratulations, and a writeup on the interesting displays featured in the short f2f semester. Read the newsletter.
Gina Keel (Political Science) published “The Competitive Politics of Labeling Genetically Modified Foods, Now Bioengineered Foods,” a book chapter in Food Labeling: Politics and Policies in the United States, edited by Courtney Thomas and Joshua Oliver. Keel’s chapter analyzes the narrative strategies ofenvironmental and industry advocacy coalitions in their genetically-modified food labeling battles across legal … Continue reading Gina Keel publishes book chapter
LiveHealth Online lets Empire Plan enrollees have a video visit with a board-certified doctor or licensed therapist at no cost. To access care, go to www.empireblue.com/nys and click on the link to LiveHealth Online. Effective May 16, 2020, the coupon code “NYSHIP” is no longer needed. Your name and ID number must be entered exactly as they … Continue reading Virtual doctor’s appointments available to Empire Plan enrollees
Connect with instructors across the SUNY System who are teaching online. This four week online course is free for all SUNY Oneonta faculty/staff and focuses on learner support, content presentation and accessibility, interaction and collaboration, and evaluation and assessment. The course begins May 25. Register online at https://sunycpd.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/qbdweb/qbd Participation in Quality by Design leads to … Continue reading SUNY offering free course on online teaching
Student Grant Program for Research & Creative Activity *New* CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS and COURSE-BASED TRACK AWARDS The Committee on Research announces a new application round for faculty to apply for funding to support engagement of students in research and creative activity (CA) – for summer experiences and course integration. The “Summer Fellowship” … Continue reading Apply for funding to support summer fellowships and course integration