|The SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2) has evolved over
more than two decades to become a well-established venue to foster collaboration and
consensus within a highly diverse university community. FACT2 governance includes
representatives from faculty, librarians, and IT across individual campuses from all
|The Conference on Instruction and Technology (formerly the Conference on Instructional
Technologies) was established in 1992 by the SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching
& Technology (FACT2).
Every year SUNY faculty and instructional support professionals come together on a SUNY campus in an informal atmosphere of sharing and networking among colleagues.
|An extraordinary community of online practitioners in SUNY with a 20-year history
of learning, teaching, sharing, researching, innovating, and continuously improving
what they know about effective online teaching and learning. As a true community of
practice, their numbers include diverse interests, as well as varying levels of expertise
|Open SUNY is a system-wide effort designed to maximize online-enabled learning opportunities
for all SUNY students current and future. Open SUNY, as a concept, seeks to support
campuses and faculty in increasing access, completion, and success for their students.
Open SUNY draws on a rich history of innovative instruction within the SUNY system
including the SUNY Learning Network (SLN), Empire State College Center for Distance
Learning and much more. Open SUNY will be introduced in January of 2014, but the details
are still in development.
Visit Open SUNY's Frequently Asked Questions
|Visit this page if you are interested in internationalizing your curriculum with engaging
and proven activities that teach your students to think holistically, communicate
effectively across cultures, and strengthen their ability to harness technology in
a professional capacity.
|Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG)
IITG is a competitive grants program open to SUNY faculty and support staff across all disciplines. IITG encourages development of innovations that meet the Power of SUNY's transformative vision. Grant recipients will openly share project outcomes in the SUNY Learning Commons, enabling SUNY colleagues to replicate and build upon an innovation.
|SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD) is a collaborative central resource
for the SUNY community providing access to high quality professional development opportunities
focused on the latest trends and established best practices in higher education to
enhance the capability of SUNY faculty and staff and increase SUNY's competitive advantage.