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The Michigan Student Success Summit

In lieu of our typical annual in-person Success Summit, the Michigan Center for Student Success is pleased to be offering a schedule of dynamic virtual sessions over the course of two weeks in September (16-18th and 23-25th) as outlined below. Since some of these topics may be of interest to you, we wanted to extend an invitation to join us at any (or all) of these virtual programs. You can click the register button below for instructions on how to register for this programming (offered at no cost this year!) or go directly to the event website for more details.

If you’re not able to join us live for these programs, we will be recording the sessions for later viewing and live tweeting during the events as well. Be sure to follow our Twitter profile if you’d like to follow along that way.

 

SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant Webinar Series

We are excited to announce the continuation of the series of free webinars featuring the 2019-20 SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (IITG) recipients. Each webinar will feature 4-5 projects and follow the “Ignite” format with 6-10 minute presentations to allow plenty of time for questions and discussion. If you missed the two webinars that took place in June, you can find the recordings here: https://sunycpd.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/iitg1920/iitg20/ExtraContent/ContentPage?page=4

Register for one or more at https://sunycpd.eventsair.com/iitg1920/iitg20

September 11, 11:00 am – Noon

  • Portable Computer-Based Alternative Laboratory Platform
  • Developing Generic Autonomous Vehicles for Research and Education
  • Implementation and Evaluation of Micro-Credentials on the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process
  • Using Adaptive Learning Technology to Advance Clinical Competency

September 17, Noon – 1:00 pm

  • Simulated Reality; Real Experience: Scaling the Use of Interactive Computer Simulations in College Courses
  • Universal Design for Learning: Developing Tools to Facilitate Faculty Implementation and Broaden Application to Support Diverse Learners
  • Evolving SUNY’s Thought Leadership: Preparing Today’s Faculty for Tomorrow’s Learners
  • Creating Points of Transformation in SUNY STEM Education

September 24, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

  • The Open Home Project
  • Refining a Scalable Model for Open Educational Practice across the SUNY System
  • UBCert using Blockchain Technology
  • Motivational Interviewing: A MOOC Coursera Course for Health Professionals
  • Changing Attitudes for Online Learning: A Gamified Approach to Preparing Students to Learn Online

October 2, 2020, 10:00 – 11:00 am

  • Digital Bridges to the Past: Integrating Digital Imagery and Virtual Technology Instruction into the Archaeology and Biological Anthropology Curriculum
  • Open Geospatial Lab (OGL) and Remote Workforce Opportunities Across Rural New York State
  • Using virtual reality to provide inter-professional student education in Alzheimer’s disease
  • Student STEM Content Video Projects for Preservice Teachers: A Drop-in Course Module
  • A Laboratory-Based Introduction to Digital Scholarly Editing

 

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