SUNY Online has engaged campus-level involvement and participation in various work groups and advisory teams at various times and through various transitions. This community-based approach to program development and design ensures that campus perspectives are represented in decision making and prioritization of efforts and initiatives. We have a number of standing working groups, and pull together ad hoc teams from time to time to address specific issues.
If you are interested in volunteering to participate on a future SUNY Onlne work group or team, let us know.
Interested Fellows should submit a letter of interest indicating their area of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Past teams, work groups, areas:
- Community of Practice (Core Team)
- Mentoring, Effective Practices, Fellow Application Review
- Competency Development (Core Team)
- Badging, Online Readiness Inventory, Interested in Teaching Online?
- Course Supports (Core Team)
- Testing and feedback on the OLC online interactive OSCQR dashboard and rubric, OSCQR feedback/continuous improvements
- Research and Innovation (IIRC)
- Other Pilot Testing and Feedback
An expression of interest is not a guarantee of placement on a team.
There are other volunteer opportunities to share your expertise for the benefit of the SUNY Online Teaching Community of Practice:
- Volunteer to be listed as an online mentor to others in the community of practice.
- Volunteer to be listed as an online course quality reviewer.
- Share your enthusiasm for online teaching.
- Lead a Fellow Chat.
- Create and lead a discussion group in the Online Teaching Networking Community.
- Engage and Connect in the Community if various other ways.