Recent Submissions

  • "Managerial Accounting" Student Work (Images from Presentation Slides)

    Zlatinka Blaber (2021-21)
    Image files used in student coursework for "Managerial Accounting," a Spring 2021 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course at Salem State University taught by Zlatinka Blaber (Accounting and Finance). The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. There were 43 students in the SSU course and 5 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom, SASB Navigator Database, and Microsoft PowerPoint. Files include a slide on the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board as well as images of Acadia National Park, Massachusetts, Saudi Arabia, and King Abdulaziz University.
  • "Cost Accounting" Student Work (Images from Presentation Slides)

    Zlatinka Blaber (2021-21)
    Samples of student work from "Cost Accounting," a Spring 2021 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Zlatinka Blaber (Accounting and Finance) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan, Pakistan. There were 23 students in the SSU course and 25 students in the partner course Digital tools used in collaborative work included Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Tableau Desktop and Microsoft Power BI. Images are slides from student presentation materials.
  • "Cost Accounting" Student Work (Images from Presentation Slides)

    Zlatinka Blaber (2021-23)
    Samples of student work from "Cost Accounting," a Fall 2021 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Zlatinka Blaber (Accounting and Finance) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina in Valledupar, Colombia. There were 9 students in the SSU course and 5 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, and Zoom. Images are slides from student presentation materials.
  • "Technology Methods in the Early Primary and Elementary Grades " COIL Assignment Materials and Student Work (Photo Exchange)

    Youn Jung Huh (2021-23)
    Digital photo essay assignment prompt and excerpts from student work for "Technology Methods in the Early Primary and Elementary Grades," a Fall 2021 graduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Youn Jung Huh (Childhood Education and Care) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Duksung Women's University in Seoul, South Korea.There were 27 students in the SSU course and 20 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom, Paddlet, Google Slides, Google Translate, and Google Forms.
  • "Seminar on World Cultures" COIL Student Work Samples

    Fátima Serra (2022-21)
    Samples of student work from "Seminar on World Cultures," a Spring 2022 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Fátima Serra (World Languages and Cultures) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Universidad de Oviedo in Oviedo, Spain.There were 21 students in the SSU course and 18 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom, WhatsApp, Google Slides, Google Drive, Google Docs, Canva, and YouTube. Included samples are student posters and presentation slide decks.
  • "Technology Methods in the Early Primary and Elementary Grades " COIL Course Anonymous Student Reflections

    Youn Jung Huh (2021-23)
    Anonymous student reflections about coursework in "Technology Methods in the Early Primary and Elementary Grades," a Fall 2021 graduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Youn Jung Huh (Childhood Education and Care) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Duksung Women's University in Seoul, South Korea.There were 27 students in the SSU course and 20 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom, Paddlet, Google Slides, Google Translate, and Google Forms. Items included here are a question prompt and reflection answers from SSU students after a class conversation with students at the COIL partner university
  • "Accounting Analysis for Decision Making" Student Work (Images from Presentation Slides)

    Zlatinka Blaber (2021-23)
    Samples of student work from "Accounting Analysis for Decision Making," a Fall 2021 graduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Zlatinka Blaber (Accounting and Finance) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Poltava State Agrarian University in Poltava, Ukraine. There were 22 students in the SSU course and 20 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, and Zoom. Images are slides from student presentation materials
  • "Teaching Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary to Multilingual Learners" COIL Student Work Samples

    Melanie González (2021-21)
    Excerpts from student work completed in "Teaching Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary to Multilingual Learners," a Spring 2021 graduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Melanie Gonzalez (Secondary and Higher Education) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico.There were 18 students in the SSU course and 8 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom, Flipgrid, and Google Suite.
  • "Medial and Race" COIL Student Work (Excerpts from Student Discussion Posts)

    Rebecca Hains (2022-21)
    Samples of student work from "Media and Race," a Spring 2022 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Rebecca Hains (Media and Communication) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland.There were 15 students in the SSU course and 15 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Zoom. Included here are excerpts from SSU student responses to a discussion prompt asking them to reflect on a Zoom meeting between students at SSU and Jagiellonian University.
  • "American Identities" COIL Student Work Samples

    Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello (2022-21)
    Excerpts of student work completed for "American Identities," a Spring 2022 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course taught by Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello (American Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies) at Salem State University. The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Thessaloniki, Greece.There were 30 students in the SSU course and 20 students in the partner course. Digital tools used in collaborative work included Google Suite.