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TeachOnline Showcase

The TeachOnline Showcase is a space to highlight exemplary UAlbany online courses and faculty innovative uses of services and tools that enhance access and opportunities for interactive engagement in teaching.

UAlbany Faculty Interviews

Barry Dale, Lecturer of Art and Art History at the University at Albany SUNY and veteran online instructor, offers insights and tips about online teaching strategies.
Lee Bickmore, Professor of Anthropology at the University at Albany SUNY and veteran online instructor, offers insights and tips about online teaching strategies.
Nicole LaMarre, Lecturer of Sociology at the University at Albany SUNY and veteran online instructor, offers insights and tips about online teaching strategies.

Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)

Photo of Yvonne Harrison Our own Yvonne Harrison, Public Administration and Policy, offers this MOOC Specialization consisting of three courses plus a Capstone Project where participants can earn a verified certificate of completion recognized by Coursera, UAlbany, and Open SUNY.
Developing Leadership and Improving Governance in Nonprofit Organizations Specialization
Photo of Trudi Jacobson Trudi Jacobson, University Libraries, was instrumental in the creation of this Coursera MOOC, which was a collaboration between UAlbany and Empire State. Participants earn a Statement of Accomplishment upon completing this course.
Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World