Welcome to USNH Academic Technology
The USNH Academic Technology Steering Committee (ATSC) was established in 2009 to encourage and support faculty to integrate instructional strategies that incorporate technology and rich media that enhance the teaching and learning. The committee includes faculty members and staff from the Academic Technology units at each of the four USNH institutions: Granite State College, Keene State College, Plymouth State University and the University of New Hampshire.
Projects include the annual Academic Technology Institute and the USNH Open Ed Initiative. The ATSC also recommends the adoption of system-wide technologies such as Zoom (web-conferencing), Kaltura (steaming media server) and Qualtrics (survey tool).
What's Happening in Open Education?
News coverage of the Open Education Movement
The Keene State College (KSC) Open Pedagogy Learning Community is joining with the Open Pedagogy Learning Community (OPLC) at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) in Vancouver, BC, for an inter-institutional, virtual OPLC this year. Ten faculty/staff members from each institution will participate. We plan to record and post the zoom sessions, and others can join on twitter by following #OPLC. The next sessions are December 2 and December 16, 2019.
Open Education Global Conference
Open Education for an Open Future, November 26-28, 2019, Milan, Italy
Karen Cangialosi, Keene State College and Professor of Biology, will be co-presenting with Catherine Cronin, Rajiv Jhangiani and Christina Hendricks. The title of their action lab is ‘Co-creating an Open Pedagogy Starter Kit’.