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Jon Rubin is the Director of the SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL), which is a unit of the State University of New York’s Office of Global Affairs. He has also recently directed the National Endowment for the Humanities funded: COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities, which has engaged 22 U.S. and 26 international universities in developing collaborative, shared, networked classrooms.
He was Professor of Film and New Media at SUNY Purchase College where he developed a Cross-Cultural Video course in which SUNY students co-produced videos over the Internet with students in Turkey, Lithuania, Mexico, Belarus, and Germany. His own films have been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and at the Whitney Museum in NY. As a media artist he is best known for his Floating Cinema, a choreography of media images moving across the water at night. He has received Guggenheim, National Endowment for the Arts, Ford Foundation and Fulbright fellowships.
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John E. Fowler
John returned to SUNY as the Assistant Director of the SUNY COIL Center in November 2010 after several years working and studying in Europe. John has wide-ranging experience working in the American, British and German higher education sectors. This includes serving as an Instructional Designer at SUNY’s Hudson Valley Community College from 2000-06 where John contributed to the creation and growth of one of the largest online and distance learning programs in New York.
John has spent nearly 5 years traveling and living abroad in over 50 countries. Amongst those experiences was a fellowship for the completion of a European Master in Higher Education, through an Erasmus Mundus joint degree program from the Universities of Oslo (Norway), Tampere (Finland) and Aveiro (Portugal). John’s primary research interests are related to the international dimensions of higher education, with a particular focus on innovation in the intersection of pedagogy, technology, and international education, as well as the growing dimensions of both physical and online cross-border student mobility.
John was very pleased to discover and join COIL as it provided him with the unique opportunity to bring his extensive background in online learning, academic technology, and international education in a variety of higher education contexts together into one position.
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Professional Development Lead
Mirjam joined the COIL Center in September 2014 on a 1-year sabbatical from her position as a Senior Lecturer and Associate Head of the Department of Languages at the Open University/UK. She has written numerous articles and book chapters on use of technologies for learning and teaching of languages and cultures covering aspects such as task design, tutor role and training, and digital literacy skills. Apart from regular presentations at conferences, seminars and workshops in Europe and the USA, she has served on the CALICO executive board and is a member of the EUROCALL executive committee. She is also a member of the editorial board of the CALL Journal and ReCALL. More recently her research and publications have centered on the impact of mediation and the relevance of multimodal communicative competence in online language learning and teaching contexts. She sees her interest in how the affordances of the new media shape online communication and interaction, in globally networked contexts in particular, as the logical continuation of her earlier work.
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Program Coordinator for International Collaborations (part-time)
Sarah Guth is currently a part-time Program Coordinator for International Collaborations. Her primary position is a teacher of English as a Foreign Language at the University of Padova, Italy where she began implementing the use of technology for language learning. For over a decade she has carried out globally networked learning projects partnering her students in Italy with students from the U.S., the Middle East, Europe and Africa. Her research interests lie in the areas of computer-mediated communication and the use of technology in language learning; intercultural communication; globally networked learning; and the normalization of collaborative online international learning in higher education. She has published and presented internationally on the topic of technology and foreign language learning with a specific focus on bringing cohorts of students from diverse lingua-cultural backgrounds together to enhance their learning. Before returning to Italy, Sarah had been in the U.S. starting in 2013 for an 18-month sabatical to bring this expertise to the COIL Center and focus on the support and development of COIL courses.
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Craig B. Little
Distinguished Service Professor, SUNY Cortland.
Dr. Little is working part-time with the COlL Center in the Fall 2014 semester while on a sabbatical as Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology at SUNY Cortland. He is author and editor of two books and widely published on deviance, crime and social control. In recent years he has been active in the Alliance of Universities for Democracy (AUDEM) through which he developed collaborative online international courses with faculty abroad, including Social Control with colleagues in Belarus and Australia.
Email: Craig.Little@cortland.edu |
Program Coordinator for International Collaborations - Vacant