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ACERT, Hunter’s Center for Teaching and Learning, is pleased to host three CUNY colleagues whose work embodies the spirit of <em>openness</em> in scholarship and teaching. “Open” is a multivalent and emerging concept in scholarship and teaching. Openness, in this sense might point to: authors’ protection of readers’ right to share work via a Creat…[Read more]
Jeff Allred started the topic Open publishing/pedaogy event at Hunter, Monday Apr 24th in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 2 weeks, 4 days ago
ACERT, Hunter's Center for Teaching and Learning, is pleased to host three CUNY colleagues whose work embodies the spirit of <i>openness</i> in scholarship and teaching. “Open” is a multivalent and emerging concept in scholarship and teaching. Openness, in this sense might point to: authors’ protection of readers’ right to share work via a Creativ…[Read more]
Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the New Media Lab community?
If so, consider applying for the 2017 NML Digital Dissertation Award. $1,000 awards will be granted to up to three Graduate Center doctoral students who have worked at the NML on a digital project related to their dissertation.
Application deadline: March 27, 2017
Luke Waltzer started the topic Invitation to Contribute to Visible Pedagogy's Teach@CUNY Series in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 2 months, 1 week ago
The Teaching and Learning Center invites members of the CUNY community to contribute to <a href="http://cuny.is/vp">Visible Pedagogy’s</a> “Teach@CUNY Series,“ which spotlights actual assignments, activities, and approaches being used in CUNY classrooms.
Each call for contributors focuses on a single topic or theme; those interested in contr…[Read more]
Subject: Fellowship Opportunity at the Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy
Grad A Fellowship Opportunity – Application Deadline February 15, 2017
The Interactive Technology & Pedagogy doctoral certificate program is seeking a doctoral student to receive a one-year renewable Grad “A” fellowship (or its equivalent). Supported by th…[Read more]
Ann Matsuuchi started the topic An invite to a Wikipedia Conference on Sun. 1/15/17 in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 3 months, 2 weeks ago
On Sunday, January 15, there will be a free and open to all Wikipedia Conference at the Ace Hotel in Manhattan. It will be an all day unconference with panels and guest speakers including Tim Wu.
LaGuardia CC students who have worked with Wikipedia in projects such one focused on the La Guardia and Wagner Archives collection on Mayor Ed Koch and…[Read more]
Luke Waltzer started the topic The Election Clapback Syllabus: A Teach In/Learn In in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 5 months, 1 week ago
The Futures Initiative is sponsoring a <strong>Teach In/Learn In </strong>on<strong> Tuesday, November 15, 11-1 in room 3317</strong> to address issues of relevance to our students in the wake of this year’s election. Please bring ideas, syllabi, lesson plans, assignments, actions, and art.
<li>How do we create a space for CUNY stu…[Read more]
The rapid increase of textbook prices is a particular problem at a university like CUNY whose students often come from lower income backgrounds. Many students are already hard pressed to afford college, let alone expensive texts. As advocates for our students, we have the opportunity and responsibility to consider moving away from both textbooks…[Read more]
<em>The message below is being sent on behalf of the co-directors of the CUNY Syllabus Project, Laura Kane and Andy McKinney</em>
<strong>THE CUNY SYLLABUS PROJECT</strong>
Earlier this year we launched the CUNY Syllabus Project, a collaborative database for the CUNY pedagogical community…[Read more]
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The Teaching and Learning Center is pleased to announce the first Teaching and Learning Center grants initiative. This program offers support to doctoral and masters students at the CUNY Graduate Center as they develop, plan, implement,…[Read more]
<strong>Making Peer Review Work</strong>
Wednesday, 9/14 1-3pm Room 9207
Have you ever felt concerned about your ability to provide constructive feedback to every student? Are you interested in building your students’ capacity to critically read and engage with each others’ work? Are you interested in building classroom community and inc…[Read more]
September 23 10am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Room 9204, CUNY Graduate Center</strong>
<em>co-sponsored by the <a href="https://infolit.commons.gc.cuny.edu/">Library Association of CUNY</a>, the Graduate Center’s <a href="https://tlc.commons.gc.cuny.edu">Teaching and Learning Center</a>, the <a h…[Read more]
Ann Matsuuchi started the topic CFP: WikiConference 2016 Oct 7-10 San Diego, DUE 8/31 in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 8 months ago
Deadline for Submissions: 31 August 2016
Submissions for academic presentations addressing topics related to Wikipedia or open access and culture. After the conference, presenters are invited to submit their work to the inaugural issue of Wiki Studies, a new interdisciplinary, open…[Read more]
(With apologies for cross-posting. Please circulate widely – many thanks!)
Job Opportunity: Community Facilitator for City Tech’s OpenLab digital platform
City Tech’s OpenLab (https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/) is an innovative open digital platform for students, faculty, and staff at New York City College of Technology, CUNY. Built using the…[Read more]
Luke Waltzer started the topic Registration for Teach@CUNY Day, May 2, is Now Open in the forum Open Education at CUNY – Forum 1 year ago
Dear Members of the Graduate Center and CUNY Communities,
I write to invite you to <a href="http://cuny.is/tcuny">register for Teach@CUNY</a> Day on Monday, May 2, 2016, on the Concourse Level of the Graduate Center, from 9am-4pm. The day will offer both a celebration of teaching across the CUNY system and an introduction for those new or…[Read more]
Join the Teaching and Learning Center and the Graduate Center’s Digital Fellows for a workshop on Social Writing, scheduled for Wednesday April 20, from 1-3 pm in room 9207 of the CUNY Graduate Center.
In this workshop we will discuss what it means to “write socially” in college classrooms. Practices of social writing are now more acces…[Read more]
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