Moderator: Erin Maney
Open SUNY Effective Practice Award Winners:

1st place: AccessMOOC: Designing for ALL Learners, submitted by Ginger Bidell, Buffalo State
2nd place: Creating Accessible Online Classrooms, submitted by Kevin Murphy, Binghamton – unable to attend
3rd place: Teaching Online Certification Program, submitted by Eric Machan Howd, Binghamton
4th place: Quality by Design (QbD), submitted by Anne Reed, University at Buffalo

Panel Presentation: The Open SUNY COTE Effective Practices Showcase

Anne Reed, University at Buffalo, Quality by Design (QbD)
Eric Machan Howd, Binghamton, Teaching Online Certification Program
Ginger Bidell (Buffalo State) and Michele Forte (Empire State), AccessMOOC: Designing for ALL Learners

Open SUNY Online Effective Practices: have been submitted and voted on by the Open SUNY Community of Online Practitioners. The Open SUNY COTE Effective Practice Award Program aims to collect, share and showcase the online best practices, strategies, and innovative online teaching and learning activities of exemplary Open SUNY Fellows and online practitioners from across the SUNY system.

Erin Maney, Open SUNY COTE Sr. ID

Erin Maney, Open SUNY COTE Sr. ID

Erin Maney is a Senior Instructional Designer with Open SUNY. She comes to the COTE team from Monroe Community College where she served as an instructional designer.

She has worked for community colleges and universities in Wisconsin and Florida before returning to upstate NY. Erin was formerly an English teacher for K-12 districts and continues to teach developmental writing courses and college orientation seminar as an adjunct instructor. After leaving the traditional classroom, she served in many roles supporting educators in K-12, at-risk youth facilities, technical and career high schools, community colleges, and universities. Much of her experience is focused on developing and facilitating training programs, finding new and engaging ways to communicate content, and developing meaningful learning opportunities for both faculty and students.