Promotion & Tenure
Renewal, Promotion, and Tenure
This site represents a compilation of the information needed by faculty at SUNY Oneonta who are anticipating applying for renewal, tenure or promotion. The site includes a calendar of relevant deadlines; the SUNY Board of Trustees and SUNY Oneonta renewal, tenure and promotion policies; a glossary of relevant terms and a description of the renewal, promotion and tenure processes at SUNY Oneonta.
Eberly Center (Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation) Solving a Teaching Problem
This site provides practical strategies to address teaching problems across the disciplines. These strategies are firmly grounded in educational research and learning principles.
This site provides practical strategies to promote well-being in learning environments.
Milne Library Services
The Milne Library continues to be committed to providing excellent online services. Many library collections and resources are available online and Library staff are available online to help you. Our enhanced services include:
Ask Us! Library Help Desk and chat service Live online help from 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM, Monday - Friday, Noon - 9:00 PM Saturday - Sunday, plus an every-growing Library Help Desk Knowledgebase
Digitization Services for converting print reserves to electronic course reserves
Remote Check Out of library materials for campus pick up
Online Student Research Guide a comprehensive library research guides for students, including resources, instructions, and video demonstrations; easy to link in Blackboard
Library Research & Course Guides, we will create customized course guides for faculty
A menu of Enhanced Online Services and Resources for students and faculty
Textbooks and Course Materials publishers are temporarily making digital texts, databases and instructional material available for free
See the Library Continuity page for all the above links and more: https://libguides.oneonta.edu/continuity
Common Read Resources for 2020-2021
The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater
Teaching in a Digital World
Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) - The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center is a place where faculty can find the conversation about the ever-changing use of technology in teaching and learning
Teaching Online Website - This publicly available website has over 200 posts as resources for the design, development, and delivery of online courses. The articles, tutorials, and even a podcast are created and curated by the ASU instructional and learning design community
Americans with Disabilities Act - basic background information on ADA and regulations
Universal Design for Learning - basic background information on UDL
ADA checklist for Blackboard Content - prepared by TLTC, this document reviews content from the Best Practices class on accessibility in Blackboard
Ally - A link to a video that explains this tool available in Blackboard to help make documents more accessible
Adobe Acrobat Pro PDFs - information for making PDFs Accessible in Adobe Acrobat Pro
ADA (captioning video and readable text documents) - This excellent resource provides tutorials with video on how to craft accessible course materials. Developed by the University of Wisconsin
20 Best Practices and Expectations in Online Teaching - Tips from Canvas
Attendance in Online Classes - This website contains a list of methods for recording attendance in an online course
The resources below were culled from the web by former Faculty Center Graduate Assistant Cassie Carl. Cassie is enrolled in one of our online programs and has noted under each resource the value she finds in it as an online student.
15 Rules of Netiquette for Online Discussion Boards - It’s very basic, but I have also been on enough discussion boards where folks have no idea what they’re doing that it might be necessary.
Student Discussion Board Tweet - This might be a little saucy for some profs, but I also fully support putting people on blast for their discussion board nonsense.
Writing for Discussion Boards - This document I think is one of the more helpful and academic I’ve found. It also focuses specifically on college discussion boards rather than generalized netiquette.
Excelsior Online Writing Lab - Discussion Board Content - This is a mildly interactive resource that breaks down a few example comments and explains what’s good/bad about them.
Student Learning Center
SLC Workshops - This website contains a list of videos for students to access. These videos will provide them with guidance and support for remote learning.