The goal of this group is to inform, innovate and inspire the Design, Development and Evaluation of Accessible and Affordable Information and Communication technologies to enhance population Health. We hope to […]
This is a private group used by the CUNY Academic Commons Community Team to plan and develop enhancements to the site.
Photo Credit: Virgin Media apprentices at the Brathay Apprentice Challenge by Apprenticeships.
This group accompanies the Spring 2015 MALS course, Introduction to Graduate Liberal Studies – Rights. It is open only to enrolled students and the instructor, Alex Lesman.
How do we confront a flood of information that treats technologies as if they dropped out of the sky? Many articles, blogs, books (in old and new media) are written as if technological determinism was the norm. […]
A meta-group for all of the Commons’ group admins so that the CUNY Academic Commons team can share information and keep you updated about changes to the site (and especially the Group interface). This group will […]
A group dedicated to issues in the area of financial aid. The mission of the group will be facilitating the sharing of ideas, best practices, information and experiences among its group members.
The Computer Systems Technology (CST) Colloquium is dedicated to providing the students, staff, and faculty of New York City College of Technology, the City University of New York, and the greater New York City […]
The LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee is dedicated to collaborative exploration of technologies that further the CUNY libraries’ missions. Through workshops, hack days, demoes, and other meetings, CUNY […]
A site for students and faculty in the Spring 2015 Urban Education PhD program’s core course on the history of urban, public education in the United States.
Philosophy PhD & Masters Students at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Make a post on our new student-run, student-oriented page philosophy.commons.gc.cuny.edu ! As a member of the philosophy […]
A subcommittee of the CUNY Committee on Academic Technology (CAT) that focuses on the CUNY Academic Commons. Group membership in this private group is limited to committee members.
A group for Hunter faculty hosted by Hunter’s Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching (ACERT). ACERT fosters a community in which faculty use innovative pedagogy, technology, and assessment to […]
The CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative (CUNY DHI), launched in Fall 2010, aims to build connections and community among those at CUNY who are applying digital technologies to scholarship and pedagogy in the […]
this is the group for Prof. Jennifer Adams’s research squad on urban environmental studies
A standing committee reporting to the CUNY Committee on Academic Technology about the interplay of academic technology and libraries.
Bringing together comp/rhet teachers and scholars across the CUNY system.
Come join us on the wiki, as well!
Group avatar: Red-Type by bebop717
The Graduate Center Composition and Rhetoric Community (GCCRC), a DSC-chartered organization, is comprised of a diverse group of students and faculty interested in not only what texts say, but how they say it, and […]
A group for members of the CUNY Committee on Academic Technology. Group membership is limited to committee members.
Group avatar by Don Solo.
The Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee (LILAC), established by the Council of Chief Librarians and the University Librarian in 2004, grows out of an ongoing interest and responsibility in promoting […]
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