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Faculty Stories Update: Kate Wright and Online Annotation for Class Assessment

Rebecca Johnson--What is a Faculty Stories Update? Over time, digital tools change or are subsumed by other platforms. Sometimes tools disappear entirely. We are updating the Faculty Stories from our website to describe new tools, or categories of tools, that can be used in place of those that are no longer available.

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Faculty Stories: Sandi Connelly and How Online Teaching Is Different

Rebecca Johnson—When she moved her large-enrollment biology courses online, Sandi Connelly wanted to create an environment that met the educational needs of both supported and non-supported students.

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Faculty Stories: Christine Cray Says "Ditch the Syllabus"

Christine Kray—Teaching online has required a shift in my approach to course instruction. When I talked with a colleague at another university about my experience teaching online, she asked, “But don’t you just have to post your syllabus?” Nothing could be further from the truth. (This made me realize how far afield people’s understandings of online teaching can be—even those of fellow academics!)

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Faculty Stories: Callie Babbitt, Alex Lobos and Transdisciplinary Sustainable Product Design

Marybeth Koon—While teaching their respective courses, Callie Babbitt from the Golisano Institute of Sustainability (GIS) and Alex Lobos of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) had both experienced the knowledge gap between the technology specialists who develop sustainable design tools and the product designers who implement these tools.

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Faculty Stories: Neil Hair and Serving a Client in an Online Environment

Marybeth Koon—Students in the online executive marketing EMBA program pose a range of unique challenges for Neil Hair, executive director of the Innovative Learning Institute and associate professor of the E. Philip Saunders College of Business. In addition to completing courses in a compressed time while working full-time in demanding jobs, they are often widely dispersed around the globe. However, they are also experienced, motivated students who are able to work independently, and are ready to work on real-life problems.

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