New Faculty workshops

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching offers various workshops and seminars for new faculty and staff. While these workshops are designed for new members of the college community, any faculty or staff member is welcome to attend. Fall semester workshops include:

Spring 2014 CELT Events

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching offers various workshops and seminars. Spring semester workshops include:

Wednesday, February 5 - "What is Open SUNY?" - webinar offered by Carey Hatch (SUNY Associate Provost), Ken O'Brien (chair of the Provost's Open SUNY Advisory Council), Peter Knuepfer (President of the University Faculty Senate), Tina Good or her representative (President of the Faculty Council of Community Colleges), and other faculty and profe4ssional staff involved in the Open SUNY effort. (1:00 - 2:00 pm, 123 Penfield).

COIL Course Development

The SUNY Cooperative Online International Learning (COIL) initiative is designed to support the development of classes in which students in domestic classes interact in a meaningful manner with students from a partner class in a foreign country.  Student interaction may be synchronous or asynchronous and relies on a variety of web 2.0 tools (including wikis, blogs, Nings, course management systems, Skype, Google talk, Google Docs, VoiceThread, YouTube, Vimeo, Imgur, and Picasa). Three faculty members at Oswego are currently developing COIL classes.