This is a working group dedicated to the examination of digital labor and it’s role in the contemporary global economy.
This private group will be a home site for our class to share ideas and links to different resources.
This archive features assignments, syllabi, and other materials constructed by Queensborough Community College English department faculty.
A virtual place for campus contacts involved in HEOA to confer.
Para. B. The committee on committees
(1) Membership shall consist of the following:
(A) The president-elect (vice president).
(B) The immediate past president.
(C) Four members elected by the executive […]
Commons group for the year long seminar in urban anthropology co-taught by Setha Low, Jeff Maskovsky, Leith Mullings, and Ida Susser.
A place for faculty from two year colleges to interact and share ideas
This group is a place where Writing Across the Curriculum Fellows at Hunter College can share information and network.
A group for CUNY health professions faculty interested in interprofessional education (IPE).
This group is founded on the premise that health professions education programs must revitalize their curricula to […]
LACUNY Interlibrary Loan round table commons group, If your Interlibrary loan this is the group for you.
This is the CUNY Commons Group for the spring 2013 MALS introd course, Becoming Lewis Mumford.
The Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) was established on November 19, 2001, by The City University of New York (CUNY) Board of Trustees, in a resolution introduced by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein. […]
This is an online community for the CUNY Improving Undergraduate Mathematics Learning grants awarded in 2009. All members of the CUNY community including the grantees and other math professors are welcomed to join the group.
This private group exists for a subcommittee of the CUNY Committee on Academic Technology (CAT), and focuses not just not on conferencing software but on ”lecture capture,” on synchronous as well as asynchronous […]
this is a group
The mission of the Collection Development Roundtable is to discuss collection development and management issues including cooperative purchases, and criteria for selection and deselection. Information and current […]
This is a working space for a LACUNY committee (http://lacuny.org/)
A discussion group for students and scholars of children’s literature at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Highlights from the last year include:
– visit from Prof. Carrie Hintz to discuss her new book, Reading […]
The CUNY Romanticism Group is dedicated to, well, Romanticism. We’ll be using the Commons to discuss and share current scholarship, and to continue the conversations begun at our events.
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