SUNY Oneonta Presentations and Award at CIT 2024

Each year, the SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2) convenes the Conference on Instruction and Technology, bringing together faculty, librarians, educational developers, IT staff, and others from across the SUNY system to share strategies and approaches. CIT 2024, held in May at the University of Buffalo, focused on Creating Inclusive Innovation in Higher Education and featured keynotes from Tracie Addy (Rutgers) and Derek Bruff (University of Mississippi). FACT2 also sponsored a day-long AI Symposium leading up to the conference, with remote and in-person attendance at sessions devoted to generative artificial intelligence available.

Faculty and staff from SUNY Oneonta shared ideas and accepted awards at CIT 2024. Chilton Reynolds, Director of the Faculty Center for Teaching, Learning & Scholarship, was honored for Excellence in Administrative Leadership: State-Operated and Statutory Campuses. Chilton (pictured below, with FACT2 Chair Judith Littlejohn) is a committed and generous leader on our campus and across SUNY more broadly, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to cheer him on.

Chilton Reynolds accepts award.

The program featured the following presentations and panels from SUNY Oneonta:

Ed Beck, Digital Archiving: Creating high-fidelity scans of online projects for long-term preservation

Kim Fierke, Katherine Griffes, and Valerie Rapson, Pedagogy of Real Talk: Creating Classroom Inclusion by Increasing Empathy and Belonging for Students At-Promise

Racheal Fest, AI Policies for Your Courses (FACT2 AI Symposium)

Racheal Fest, Liyao Pan, Gina Solano, and Wen Wen, AI Tools Community of Practice: Supporting AI Innovations in the Classroom through Interdisciplinary Conversation

Sarah Rhodes (with Logan Rath, SUNY Brockport), Hands On Session: Come Play with AIs

Thanks to all of our faculty and staff for sharing your innovative and inclusive approaches to instruction and technology with our SUNY community!






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