CDL Dean's Blog

By Tom Mackey, Ph.D.

CDL Publications: From local to global

Posted by tom mackey on 21st October 2010

Our faculty and professionals at the Center for Distance Learning (CDL) are engaged in ongoing scholarly activity, and present their research in a range of venues from local to global publications. Several recent examples of this include an article in the Sunday Times Union from Miriam Russell entitled “A carol in autumn honors wonderful woman.” In addition, Sheila Aird and Cindy Conaway recently published a research article in Flow called: Black Guy White Corner: What the Upfront Photos Say about the State of TV. Also, this past week, Val Chukhlomin had a case study accepted by the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education entitled Delivering a SUNY Degree in Siberia: What Works and What Doesn’t from a Host Institution Perspective. This is impressive work everyone, congratulations!

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Open Access Week

Posted by tom mackey on 11th October 2010

There are a number of resources celebrating Open Access Week (October 18-24), including the video below from Vimeo. Here’s the press release from SPARC and a page on WikiEducator.

Open Access 101, from SPARC from Karen Rustad on Vimeo.

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