Sunset of the Commons Wiki
Originally a vibrant place to share resources, the Commons Wiki isn't used much any more. Members have more modern collaborative tools, and we've decided to deprecated it. Wiki content will be preserved as read only and links will be retained.
And The Winner Is …
Charuta Kulkami is our survey raffle’s lucky winner of an Apple iPad! She's an enthusiastic supporter of the Commons and uses our site to connect with colleagues at CUNY and maintain an online, academic profile.
Changing Your Commons Email Address
When you first register on the Commons, we require a CUNY email address. But as soon as you successfully login, you can change your email to your favorite address, and use it to receive notifications and (if ever needed) to reset your password.
CUNY Academic Commons News
Our news site keeps you up to date with what's happening on the Commons - new feature information, round-ups of site content, external buzz, and weekly analytics reports.
Check Out Social Paper’s Hub
Social Paper is a new, networked writing environment for Commons members to share academic works-in-progress. Find out how to use the Hub to browse for articles of interest and comment on them as a whole, or on particular paragraphs.
Commons Events Calendar Just Got Better!
Commons 1.9 introduced a number of improvements to the Commons Events Calendar, including a widget to embed calendars into sites, integration with personal calendars, and tighter group control options.
Welcome To Social Paper!
The marquee feature of Commons 1.9, Social Paper (Beta) lets you share papers privately or publicly, and receive feedback on a paragraph by paragraph level or on the work as a whole. Discover how to compose, share, follow, and comment on writing projects published on the Commons.
Top 25 Hits on the Commons
Every week, metrics and analytics specialist Seth Persons digs deep to uncover what's trending on the Commons. Check out his posts at Academic Commons News to find our top 25 page views.
Annual Report 2015
This year's Annual Report describes the collection of open source tools we've developed to help foster collaboration and scholarship, quantifies our growth, and showcases some of the ways members use the Commons.
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