SDG Spotlight Session #5

Speaker List Session #5

The presenters in this session include: Karen Joest – SDG#1 No Poverty (3:31​) Valerie Bolger – SDG#3 Good Health and Well-Being (15:40​) Bernadette Tiapo – SDG#16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions (23:10​) Rachel Kornhauser – The University Global Coalition (38:05​)

SDG Spotlight Session #4

Speaker List Session #4

The presenters in this session include: Sunil Labroo – SDG#7 Affordable and Clean Energy (4:05​) Tracy Allen – SDG#6 Clean Water and Sanitation (16:14​) Linda Drake – SDG#17 Partnerships for the Goals (31:25​) Pathy Leiva – SDG#10 Reduced Inequalities (43:30​)

SDG Spotlight Session #3

Session #2 Speaker List

The presenters in this session include: Jennifer Bueche – SDG#2 Zero Hunger Shahin Kachwala – SDG#5 Gender Equality Thor Gibbins – SDG#4 Quality Education Paul Lord – SDG#14 Life Below Water

SDG Spotlight Session #2

List of speakers for SDG Session #1

The presenters in this session include: Rebecca Harrington – The SDGs and Student Engagement (3:50​) Barbara Durkin – SDG#9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (9:56​) Farzaneh Soflaei – SDG#11 Sustainable Cities and Communities (25:39​) Wendy Lascell – SDG#13 Climate Action (36:18​) Florian Reyda – SDG#15 Life on Land (45:36​)

SDG Spotlight Session #1

Speaker List Session#1

The presenters in this session include: Chilton Reynolds -The SDGs and COIL (0:53​) Philip Sirianni – SDG#8 Decent Work and Economic Growth (7:22​) Sarah Portway – SDG#12 Responsible3 Consumption and Production (17:36​)

Open Access Week

October 19-25 is the 10th annual international Open Access Week, when scholars and researchers around the world celebrate, interrogate, and share ideas about Open Access (OA) principles and practices. The goal of OA is “the free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment” …

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Creating Customized E-mails to Students

Jaqueline BennettDepartment of Chemistry and BiochemistrySUNY Oneonta Sending individual e-mails to all your students can make it a hassle when only one piece of information is different. Jaqueline Bennett explains how to use the Mail Merge feature to send customized data to your students through e-mail.  This is part of a series of posts collected by …

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Breakout Groups in Microsoft Teams

Andrew BottomleyDepartment of Communications and Media, Media StudiesSUNY Oneonta In the video, Andrew Bottomley discusses how he sets up Microsoft Teams to make breakout groups for students during their online class. This allows students to meet in their groups virtually during their class time. As an early adopter to Teams, Andrew shows how uses Team …

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Scaffolding and Organizing a Semester–Long Project

Julie LicataDepartment of MusicSUNY Oneonta In this video, Julie Licata presents her course organization to make sure her students engage with each other for a semester long group project. She shows her Blackboard set up–putting students into groups, modules for projects, and discussion boards. She assigns and organizes week long mini projects that build up …

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Creating Equitable Group Work

One of the big fears with assigning group work is that student contributions won’t be equal. In the video, Sarah Portway shows and explains what she does for her classes to make sure all students become accountable for contributing their share of work into the group project. She shows a couple forms she uses for group projects that students are required to fill out for points on the projects.

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