Diversity and the Inclusive Classroom
This site accompanies the session ”The Good Stuff: Using High-End Educational Technologies to Teach Legal Research” to be held at AALL Annual Meeting 2013.
Private group working on B.S. degree in Professional/Technical Writing
Preserving and providing access to the papers of Steinway and Sons piano company, the New York City Housing Authority, the Council of the City of New York, and Mayors Fiorello La Guardia, Robert F. Wagner, Abraham […]
This is for members of the team working on evaluation for VIP–Violence Intervention Program.
This is the group for the Center for the Humanities seminar for 2012-2013 funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The theme for this year’s seminar is ”poverty.” The seminar will be co-lead by Gunja […]
A private working group for members of Connect to Learning at SPS.
To visit the ePortfolio Resources for SPS Faculty wiki page, please click here.
This is going to be the group for the Class of the Art and Archaeology of the Greco-Roman Near East and Egypt, offered Spring 2013. We will use it for communications for the course.
This is a group for faculty participating in a 5 month-long hybrid teaching workshop series. Through a hybrid/blended format we will integrate discussion and analysis of teaching and learning needs to provide […]
The project, entitled “A Living Laboratory: Revitalizing General Education Program for
a 21st-Century College of Technology,” is structured around four activities:
(1) Redesign General Education to strengthen […]
This interdisciplinary research seminar, offered to M.A. and PhD students at the Graduate Center in the Spring 2013 semester, will focus on the historic struggles over community control of education that wracked […]
Discussions, planning and development of the information architecture, taxonomy and meta data needs of the institutional repository
Discussions on potential needs assessments, platforms, enhancements, etc.
Group site for the second of a two-course master’s level core sequence in digital humanities.
The course website, blog, and forum for Hunter College Asian American Studies 210: Asians in the U.S., for Summer 2013, taught by Keith Miyake
a group for testing errors on the site
DYCD Scholars program fosters a community of practice by bringing together a cohort of leaders in the youth field. This investment aims to keep committed, well-trained staff in the youth field and encourage their […]
CUNY School of Law Sustainability Council has been created to guide and coordinate the Law School’s efforts to become”greener” and engage in more sustainable practices. The Council consists of a diverse group […]
For over two decades the Community College Caucus has focused on issues of importance to community college faculty at CUNY. The Caucus meets monthly from 4-5 pm at the Graduate Center. Past guest speakers have […]
This is a private group for leaders and facilitators of the online Certification for Online/Hybrid Instruction workshop held January 3-14, 2011.
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