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.
This is the discussion group for History 75700, Fall 2013 with Professor Nasaw.
A group for members of the English Program to discuss matters relating to Program Assessment and Program Direction.
The Research Group is currently organized as a reading and discussion group.
We meet weekly to discuss readings on anthropology and technology. Our focus is around cyberspace, data, virtual worlds, and social […]
Three Bronx CUNY colleges – Lehman College, Bronx Community College and Hostos Community College – showcasing their exemplary efforts to integrate and infuse technology with hybrid, fully online and traditional […]
CUNY libraries’ Electronic Resources Advisory Committee
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This is the closed group for the EDR 605 Writing Workshop spring 2013 and will focus on the advancement of writing skills through intensive writing, modeling, and multiple drafting in a workshop context. Critical […]
Student group for the MPH and MS-DP Nutrition programs at Hunter College, School of Public Health, CUNY.
In the past decade there has been an explosion of visual research projects as a means to study young people’s social lives and subjectivites “through their own eyes” and to afford them more participation and […]
This group is intended to facilitate the research, teaching, and learning activities of the CIDR community. CIDR researchers are encouraged to join the CUNY Academic Commons and the CIDR group in order to share […]
Welcome to the Reading Panel homepage in the CUNY Academic Commons. We will use the Commons to post files, pose questions and edit shared documents. After you have joined the group, you will see a Files item on […]
This group is for folks who are using Redrock Software products, including TutorTrac, AdvisorTrac, LabTrac, SurveyTrac, SAGE, and the Whiteboard. Did you write a really great user manual for your staff? Are you […]
This is a group for Writing Center Directors to share ideas, best practices, concerns, and scholarship.
Narrative is often over-used in academic and public discourses, but rarely understood. The ways of narrative in life and scholarship are wily. In academic discourse, narratives are sometimes seen to mask […]
This group site provides an opportunity for those interested in conducting research on how to improve college student learning in fully online and hybrid/blended courses to discuss research topics, challenges, and […]
This is a place where you can talk about and plan ways to coordinate, reorganize and contribute information in our Academic Commons Wiki.
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) has a new state-of-the-art psychology research laboratory, the first such facility in the College’s history. The facility will enable students and faculty to develop […]
A group for those interested in expanding and improving the scholarship of teaching and learning by conducting, evaluating and disseminating research on classroom teaching practices and their impact on student learning.
A syntax reading group, if you will.
This group is an ideal place for CUNY-wide faculty members with an interest in the area of Hispanic Linguistics. The page also serves as a forum for the discussion of topics in this discipline, e.g., current […]
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