• 2013 Conversations in the Disciplines

      Myers, Kim; Barnes, Gordon; Hockenberry, Benjamin; Beatty, Joshua; St. John Fisher College; SUNY Plattsburgh; The College at Brockport (4/1/2013)
    • ASLS/New York State 3Rs Special Project Grant

      Myers, Kim; The College at Brockport (8/5/2013)
      This grant was written to help offset tuition to attend a scholarly communication certification program. The attached file includes the grant application followed by the guidelines.
    • Assessment in Action 2013

      Wierzbowski, Kenneth R.; The College at Brockport (1/1/2013)
      This assessment project will allow us to evaluate our library instruction program as part of a campus strategic plan that emphasizes student success.
    • Faculty/Staff Technology Support Initiative: Charge/Sync Stations for Library Mobile Devices

      Maxwell, Patricia E.; The College at Brockport (2/28/2013)
      This grant will improve quality & efficiency of service to Library patrons, and demonstrate best practice for other departments purchasing quantities of iPads through the purchase of items to charge, storage, sync and transport iPads. Charge/Sync stations will meet patron expectations that devices are fully powered and deliverable, ready for when (or where) Brockport students or faculty need to use them.
    • Faculty/Staff Technology Support Initiative: E-readers and Tablets for Education

      Maxwell, Patricia E.; Kegler, Jennifer J.; The College at Brockport (2/1/2012)
      This grant supported the purchase of 6 NOOK Simple Touch (and protective covers); 3 NOOK HD (and protective covers); 5 Apple iPad Mini (and protective covers); 14 media pouches for the purpose of exploring what role the Library (or College) should play in a digital and print campus.
    • Faculty/Staff Technology Support Initiative: Next Engine 3D Scanner

      Myers, Kim; The College at Brockport (2/28/2013)
      The Next Engine 3D Scanner would enhance and promote the use of the Makerbot Replicator 3D Printer that has recently been purchased for use by students and faculty who wish to explore this innovative technology and incorporate it into the curriculum. The scanner increases the 3D printer’s usefulness by allowing existing objects to be scanned and printed, rather than just designed from scratch. The MultiDrive Scanning Platform further automates and increases ease of use of the process. The upgraded software increases the speed and ease of the scanning process.
    • Faculty/Staff Technology Support Initiative: Technology for Mobile Students

      Rath, Logan T.; Wierzbowski, Kenneth R.; The College at Brockport (2/28/2013)
      This grant would provide (1) Bluetooth keyboards so that patrons could use their mobile devices to create keyboard intensive projects in the library, (2) power cords for all devices that use Apple Dock, Lightning or USB Micro cords, (3) OCR pens to provide mobile scanning of documents so they can be edited/annotated on tablets, and (4) a DSLR (Digital single-lens reflex) camera for crisp images and video. See attached for specific products.
    • Harold Hacker Grant for the Advancement of Libraries

      Myers, Kim L.; The College at Brockport (9/1/2015)
      The purpose of this grant is to create an online, open access collection for a portion of the Writers Forum audio files and films to serve as the foundation of a digital humanities community, and will open access to this valuable resource for innovative use worldwide.