Enhancing Student Success in Potsdam’s Hybrid History Courses

Awarded Grant: $20,000

Principal Investigator:

James German, Potsdam

This project is designed to develop, implement, and assess technologies that enhance student success by increasing interactivity, accessibility, and options in SUNY Potsdam’s large enrollment history hybrid courses. We will enhance student access to teaching staff and course content by integrating SMS communications, social media, and lecture capture technologies. Additionally, we will develop a menu driven version of one of the courses that will provide students with a variety of options about what they learn and how they demonstrate their learning. We hypothesize that these changes will improve student satisfaction, student success, and student learning.

Co-PI’s and Key Partners:

Ms. Natalia Veinott, History Course Coordinator, SUNY Potsdam (Co-PI)

Reports and Resources:

Creative Commons License:

Attribution Non-Commercial Use