Ellen Murphy, Director of Online Curriculum, Empire State College, firstname.lastname@example.org
Four subcommittees are currently examining use of ePortfolios:
- K-12 applications, pre- and post-teacher certification
- Prior learning assessment/recognition and portability among SUNY's
- Use for course/program assessment, capstones, career development, reflective practice/metacognition
- Lifelong learning & professional development
A separate charge is guiding detailed work, the participants are on track to meet our collective goals.
Clare van den Blink, Director, Academic Technologies, Cornell University, email@example.com
Jim Greenberg, Director, Teaching, Learning & Technology Center, SUNY Oneonta, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Explore potential implementation and applications of LA across SUNY.
- Provide opportunities for SUNY faculty to contribute to LA best practices.
- Explore how to best leverage tools (software) and partnerships (business, organizations) inside and outside SUNY.
- Identify and share exemplary uses of LA across SUNY.
- Collaborate with campuses to identify existing policies and laws (FERPA, HIPAA, etc.) and recommend additional policies as needed to ensure the appropriate and ethical use of LA within SUNY.
Nicole Adsitt, Coordinator, Developmental Studies & Instructor, Cayuga Community College, nicole.adsitt@cayuga-cc-edu
The environmental scan of resources will focus on the following areas through four subcommittees:
- Developmental Reading
- Developmental Writing
- Developmental Math
- College level courses using embedded skills approach
- Paired courses
- 3+1 skills lab formats
- Supplemental instruction using skills tutors within content courses
Subcommittees will be reviewing literature, looking at institutional pilots/models, specific technology strategies in order to develop recommendations and resource lists that highlight best practices.
Read about previous task group efforts and outcomes.