Consoles and Classrooms: SUNY Games II to Create STEM Video Games
Aug21

Consoles and Classrooms: SUNY Games II to Create STEM Video Games

At the  University at Albany School of Education, Associate Professor Peter Shea is trying to bring together the console and the classroom. Professor Shea is leading a research study investigating the use of video games to promote learning, with a large and various group of experts, students, and faculty. The project, named  “SUNY Games II”, seeks to explore how teachers and students from diverse fields across the SUNY system can...

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2012 Year in Review – Technology Grants
Dec17

2012 Year in Review – Technology Grants

 As we count down to the new year, we thought we’d share some of the SUNY news you may have missed during 2012. SUNY Announces First Innovative Instruction Technology Grants Back in August, SUNY announced the first recipients of the Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG) program.  The program – which is open to SUNY faculty and support staff – encourages solutions to meet The Power of SUNY’s mission.  The hope is that project...

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