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 […]
To address the African presence in the Americas though scholarly research and public programming.
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
Writing A-Z is a writing support group for faculty and staff at Queensborough Community College led by Professors Kimberly Banks and Federica Goldoni. The group will help faculty and staff draft conference and […]
A group to facilitate discussion about web-based teaching practices, trends, and philosophies at York College.
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This CUNY-wide group will discuss issues that arise within the committee, especially course submissions in the MQR category, which is the committees main responsibility.
This CUNY Commons Group is dedicated to continuing and expanding the conversation on Contemplative and Transformative Education begun by the CUNY Contemplatives Network. Members of the CUNY Contemplatives Network […]
Helping teaching and learning with technology happen effectively at LaGuardia Community College
The Instructional Technology Working Group works with LILAC’s Information Literacy Tools subcommittee to leverage the instructional technology and design expertise across CUNY libraries and create information […]
Fall 2012 ITP Independent Study group
The Language, Society, and Culture SIG was created as a forum for sharing research interests within the domains of linguistics and sociolinguistics. The group emerged from the Language, Society, and Culture FIG […]
The purpose of this group is to provide a meeting and discussion space for CUNY faculty of color.
we test because that’s what we do
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