|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 Carnegie sectors.
|The Conference on Instruction and Technology was established in 1992 by the SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology
Every year SUNY faculty and instructional support professionals come together on a SUNY campus in an informal atmosphere of sharing and networking among colleagues.
SUNY OER Services provides mentoring, technical support, and access to a broad catalog of open textbooks
to help incorporate OER into the classroom, lower the cost of higher education, and
|At SUNY, we are transforming the landscape of online learning. Drawing on our rich
history of innovation, we’re placing the outstanding educational opportunities and
talented faculty from our 64 campuses at your fingertips. Open SUNY is the latest step in our long-standing tradition of doing things bigger and better.
No other institution has brought together an online learning environment to serve
students at this scale and breadth. Once again, we are taking the lead.
|In today’s global workplace, professionals communicate in virtual teams with others
from diverse backgrounds, contexts, and cultures. Communication in such teams can
be fun, BUT students need to develop an important set of competencies to be successful.
The intercultural virtual team project for COM406 was designed to help students develop
and refine those competencies while practicing and polishing the workplace genres
involved in managing such a project. Specifically, the semester-long project was designed
to help students analyze business communication practices at enterprises with operations
in two global locations. In addition, the virtual team project helped students learn
how organizations develop communication processes and practices thataccommodate their
audience and task, its location in a particular country and community, and its position
in the online world.
|Mission of Innovative Instruction Technology Grants
The Innovative Instruction Transformation Team, established as an outcome of the SUNY Strategic Plan, made recommendations to leverage the “Power of SUNY” for supporting academic excellence and student success. A vision for a “network of networks” emerged, including tools and practices that will collaboratively increase efficiency and capacity for SUNY-wide delivery of high quality instruction.
|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.