COIL Collaboration Info Form
Complete the below questions for each different COIL-enhanced Module you have taught. A COIL-enhanced Module is a COIL teaching collaboration that runs between 3 to 9 weeks, embedded in credit bearing course(s) at your SUNY Institution and a Partner Institution. You will be asked to repeat these for each different COIL-enhanced module you have taught, if applicable.
SUNY Instructor Name
Your answer
Your SUNY Institution?
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SUNY Instructor School/Department/Program?
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SUNY Instructor Mail Address
Your answer
Semesters Offered - check the boxes for each semester that you offered this particular course with the same partner.
Ex. If you taught the same/similar module with the same partner for three semesters, tic the three semesters below
Length of the COIL-enhanced Module (in weeks)
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Course Title at SUNY Institution
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Name of COIL-enhanced Module or Section (if the collaborative piece was given its own name)
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Number of Students in SUNY course
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International Partner Institution
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Country of Partner Institution
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Name of International Professor
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School/Department/Program of International Professor
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Course Title at Partner Institution (if different than SUNY course title)
Your answer
Number of Students in the partner course
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Online Tools and Applications Used (e.g., YouTube, Vimeo, Glogster, Padlet, Skype, Google hangouts)
List all that were significant to your COIL-enhanced module
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Did You Assess the COIL-enhanced Module?
Refers to only the COIL part of the course. Does not refer to the assessment of the course into which the COIL-enhanced module was embedded.
If Yes, Briefly Explain, How You Assessed the COIL-enhanced Module
Your answer
Platform Used
Have you taught more than one COIL-enhanced Module?
Click "Yes"
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