CUNYcast is a live online radio website offering students an opportunity to stream audio using original content from classes, lectures, and projects. CUNYCast’s aim is to empower a DH guerrilla broadcast c […]
This is a place for History doctoral students–and other adjuncts, as well!–to pool resources we’ve developed/found for teaching in the CUNY system.
This group is open to EES students only and requires approval from the administrator. If you are not an EES student, please do not ask to be part of this group.
The group for Roman Architecture Course (PhD Program in Classics), taught by E. Macaulay-Lewis, Spring 2015
This intro to the Master’s in Liberal Studies seminar group focuses on interactive technologies in everyday life–the ideologies behind them, how we shape them and how they shape us. It looks at some of the […]
A group for Assistant Program Officers to exchange ideas and share resources.
A site for sharing of resources among the fellows and coordinators of Writing Across the Curriculum at Lehman College.
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.
Resources for City College faculty.
This is a group created in an effort to have those who are involved or would like to be involved in the library sciences. Also for those who like books, archiving and that sort of thing.
This group will serve as a way for faculty and students involved in the MALS Track in the Archaeology of the Classical, Late Antique and Islamic Worlds to share resources, conferences, opportunities and other information.
In this introductory seminar, we will consider changing concepts of childhood and adolescence from a variety of cultures and historical periods. What do we mean by “childhood” or “adolescence” and what is at stak […]
This second core course will introduce students to IT in the classroom, focusing on cognition and design. Interest areas include research in digital media; hypertext and narrative structure; visualization and […]
This group is designed for FFPP group members in room 7-15 as a source of support and encouragement.
Just testing things out
2014 Course for Urban Education students
Dedicated to foster discussion for faculty around best practices in online teaching and learning.
This is a private ad hoc subgroup of the Committee on Academic Technology devoted to the discussion of some of the more recent and highly touted innovations in online and tech-mediated instruction: Massive Open […]
The purpose of the CUNY OER group is to provide a space for CUNY librarians and teaching faculty interested in open textbooks and other open education resources to share ideas, seek advice, and learn more about […]
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