US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Wired in under the snow:
A SUNY-Russia project with state, nationally accredited
unive...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Located in Siberia
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Began in 1998 with Omsk
State University
Joined by:
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US-Russia Conference, January 2014

The structure of the project: participants
Binghamton

Tomsk
Saratoga
Springs

Prague
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US-Russia Conference, January 2014

The structure of the project - 1998
Binghamton

Tomsk
Prague

Saratoga
Springs

3+1, I...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

The structure of the project -2003/4
Binghamton

Tomsk
Prague

Saratoga
Springs

1 yea...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

The structure of the project - 2007
Binghamton

Tomsk

Prague

Saratoga
Springs

Omsk
...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Omsk State University
o School (Faculty) of
International
Business
o Russian-American
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US-Russia Conference, January 2014

SUNY ESC Prague Unit
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SUNY Empire State College, International Programs, Prague Un...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Tomsk State University of Radioelectronics
and Control Systems (TUSUR)
o Faculty of
In...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Publications in English
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Publications in Russian

Pdf copies available at http://commons.esc.edu/valerichukhlom...
US-Russia Conference, January 2014

Books, texts, manuals
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  • US-Russia Joint/Dual Degree Partnership Network Conference is taking place from January 29-February 2, 2014 at Bard College and SUNY Global centerMore:http://www.bard.edu/civicengagement/us-russia-conference/
  • The above materials are available at: http://commons.esc.edu/valerichukhlominAdditional sources:Arbaugh, J.B. (2004). Learning to learn online: A study of perceptual changes between multiple online course experiences. The Internet and Higher Education, 7(3), 169-182.Chukhlomin, V. (2009). How to prepare a world class specialist – revisited. EKO: The Economy and Industrial Organization, June, 137-141. [In Russian]  Chukhlomin, V. (2010a). A laboratory of culture shock. All about Mentoring, June, 47-50.Chukhlomin, V. (2010b). Delivering a SUNY degree in Siberia: What Works and What Doesn’t From a Host Institution Perspective: A Case Study. London: The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education. Evans, T. & Northcott, P. (1999). Bridging courses by distance education for overseas-trained professionals migrating to Australia: Practical and viability issues. Distance Education, 20(2), 205 — 219 Evans, T. & Tregenza, K. (2002). Academics’ experiences of teaching Australian ‘non-local’ courses in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Crossing borders: New frontiers for educational research. Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved February 2006 from http://www.aare.edu.au/o2pap/eva02510.htmMaloney, E. (2007). What Web 2.0 can teach us about learning? Chronicle of Higher Education, 25(18), 13-26.  Miliszewska, I. (2007). Is it fully ‘on’ or partly “off”? The case of fully-online provision of transnational education. Journal of Information technology Education, 6, 499-514.Peelo, M., & Luxon, T. (2007). Designing embedded courses to support international students' cultural and academic adjustment in the UK. Journal of Further & Higher Education, 31(1), 65-76. Prensky, M. (2001). Digital natives, digital immigrants. On the Horizon, 9(5), 1–6.  Taggart, K., & Martinez, S. (2002). Adult Bilingual Curriculum Institute: Core Instructor Training. El Paso, TX: Johns Hopkins University. Werner-Smith, A.M. & Smolkin, L. (1995). An ESL/Bilingual/Bicultural pre-collegiate program for Southeast Asian refugee high school students. The Bilingual Research Journal, 19(3 & 4), 395-408.  Williams, Jo; & Chinn, S.J.(2009). Using Web 2.0 to Support the Active learning experience.Journal of Information Systems Education, 20(2), 165-174.  Ziguras, C. (2000). New frontiers, new technologies, new pedagogies. Educational technology and the internationalization of higher education in South East Asia. Monash Centre for Research in International Education: Melbourne.Ziguras, C. & Rivzi, F. (2001). Future directions in international online education. In D. Davis & D. Mears (Eds), Transnational Education: Australia Online (pp.151-164). Sydney: IDP Education Australia.
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  • 2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin

    1. 1. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Wired in under the snow: A SUNY-Russia project with state, nationally accredited universities of Omsk, Novosibirsk and Tomsk Panelists: Evgenia Altergot, Omsk Silvia Chelala, SUNY ESC, IP, Prague Valeri Chukhlomin, SUNY ESC, CDL Gennady Kobzev, Tomsk Novosibirsk SUNY Broome Community College
    2. 2. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Located in Siberia      Began in 1998 with Omsk State University Joined by:  Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Finance  Tomsk State University of Radioelectronics (TUSUR) Undergraduate Business Dual degree and standing alone courses (TUSUR) Source: passports.ru
    3. 3. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project: participants Binghamton Tomsk Saratoga Springs Prague Novosibirsk Omsk
    4. 4. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project - 1998 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs 3+1, IDL, 1998 Novosibirsk Omsk
    5. 5. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project -2003/4 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs 1 year, Study Abroad, 2003 Novosibirsk 1.5+0.5, IDL+Visits, 2004 Omsk
    6. 6. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project - 2007 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs Omsk Novosibirsk
    7. 7. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Omsk State University o School (Faculty) of International Business o Russian-American Department o Close to 100 graduates with SUNY degrees o Graduate success and careers
    8. 8. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 SUNY ESC Prague Unit o o SUNY Empire State College, International Programs, Prague Unit University of New York Prague
    9. 9. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Tomsk State University of Radioelectronics and Control Systems (TUSUR) o Faculty of Innovation Management o Center of Distance Education
    10. 10. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Publications in English
    11. 11. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Publications in Russian Pdf copies available at http://commons.esc.edu/valerichukhlomin
    12. 12. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Books, texts, manuals

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