KCC Academic Technology and Hybrid/Online Learning
This group is limited to committee members.
This group is limited to its committee members.
Online presence for the Fall 2014 Urban Education 75100 class with professor Mark Zuss.
For those interested in issues of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment at CUNY.
This is a private group for appointed members if this standing committee of the University Faculty Senate.
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 stake […]
This group is where members of the LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable (and anyone else who is interested) can discuss programming and issues relating to scholarly communications in the libraries and […]
Exploring the role of comics in research and pedagogy.
This is the group site for the first core course in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Interactive Technology & Pedagogy certificate program.
Click here for the GC Art History Department’s Academic Commons website .
The Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee (LILAC), established by the Council of Chief Librarians and the University Librarian in 2004, grows out of an ongoing interest and responsibility in promoting […]
This is a group for all of the GCDI fellows.
For those interested in teaching or researching any area of popular culture. Soon to be be appearing: Across Genres, a blog about popular culture.
This group is intended to facilitate connections between CUNY faculty who teach in any discipline related to Latina/o Studies. Members are invited to submit to and/or attend the all-CUNY Latina/o Cultural Studies […]
This is a group for all members of the CUNY community who are interested in technology and its use in academic research and teaching.
This group accompanies the the GCDI website (http://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/). Here, members of the GC community can share news of recent events and new projects and can begin to build connections between projects.
THE NEW MEDIA LAB (NML) assists City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center faculty and doctoral students from a variety of academic disciplines to create multimedia projects based on their own scholarly […]
This group will share Omeka experiences, feature digital collections created in Omeka, and discuss best practices.
This blog is part of the CUNY Academic Commons, an academic social network for the entire 24-campus CUNY system.
Unless otherwise stated, all content on the CUNY Academic Commons is licensed under a Creative Commons license.
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