A course group for MALS 75400/ASCP 81500/ENGL 89020: Debates in the Digital Humanities: Towards a Networked Academy (CUNY Graduate Center, Fall 2012)
A place for programmers and developers to exchange ideas, ask questions, share code and just help one another out. Open to folks involved in both academic and administrative projects.
Created by Professors Offenholley and McCarthy, this group is dedicated to providing BMCC statistics professors the resources to teach a great stats class. Suggested schedules, handouts, website links, class […]
This doctoral level research seminar examines CUNY’s unique history and contribution to New York City and the world. In addition to the early years of the Free Academy and Hunter College and the rise of the […]
Welcome. This group will serve for the planning and implementation of the ARC Inequalities Seminar, also known as a ”POOC” (participatory open, online seminar) an innovative and interdisciplinary seminar taking […]
The name’s pretty self-explanatory, no? This is a private group for participants in the Hybrid Initiative willing to ”harvest” the work done here, ”hunt & gather” relevant work from elsewhere, and frame it in […]
The CUNY SPS/OCFS Distance Learning group provides a forum for project team members to share information, innovations, data/trends, best practices, lessons learned, and other resources to inform and advance the […]
NYC Environmental Health Tracking Portal Project with Hunter College SPH
This space was created with the intention to share best practices, and to develop CUNY-wide standards for Podcasting
This group will explore the format and structure of writing intensive sections.
Are you or were you an Instructional Technology Fellow (ITF) of the Macaulay Honors College/CUNY Honors College?
This is a group for alumni and current ITFs, for networking, sharing bleeding-edge technology: the usual.
The group where we go around playing with all the bells and whistles.
A group for instructional designers from within CUNY and beyond…..
Students formed the Africana Studies Group (ASG) in the fall of 2000 to provide an arena of dialogue and support for ideas concerning the broad, interdisciplinary field of Africana studies. The ASG successfully […]
This is a group for people in interested in sharing resources for producing media.
The Mellon Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center
Philosophy Proseminar 2012
There is no ”root cause”.
Communication hub for members of the Liberal Studies website team and the program Executive Officer
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