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Looking for additional information regarding Distance Education at SUNY Broome? The links to the left will give you access to information and resources that will help make your online experience at SUNY Broome a successful one. Our information is divided into four categories:
Faculty New to Online: Provides an overview of teaching online at SUNY Broome and information to assist faculty in deciding whether online teaching is appropriate for them. It includes information regarding the SUNY Online Course Quality Review (OSCQR) website tool that can be used by faculty developing an online course for the first time as well as those who want to refresh an existing online course to make it more student centered. It is also in this area that faculty can find guidance pertaining to emergency preparedness and instructional continuity should there be a disruption in face-to-face course delivery at SUNY Broome.
Current Online Faculty: Information in this area is targeted to those faculty who are already teaching online or blended course sections or are using the Learning Management System in the delivery of their face-to-face course. It contains links to the forms faculty may need as well as information regarding additional technologies that are integrated into Blackboard.
Support for Blackboard and Related Technologies: The support area outlines where online faculty can go for help, whether it be Instructional Design support, training in Blackboard and its related technologies, or instructional documentation.
Making Content Accessible: This area of Faculty Resources will assist you in making the content you provide to students more accessible to all learners. It provides an overview of accessibility pertaining to course content as well as documentation that will give you hands-on instruction regarding best practices.
Click on the link on the right that applies to your situation regarding Distance Education at SUNY Broome to learn more!