Anthony G. Picciano is a professor in the Education Leadership Program at Hunter College and the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). He is also a member of the faculty in the masters program in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences and the doctoral certificate program in […]
This is a public group for the Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center. Join for notifications of events, and to participate in conversations about teaching and learning on the TLC Forum.
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A group for CUNY faculty, staff, and graduate students interested in open access publishing for scholarly communication, open educational resources, and open teaching and scholarship.
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The CUNY History Project team will coordinate, collect, organize, and present material to facilitate the study and understanding of this unique institution and its local and global significance.
The Futures Initiative aims to advance greater equity and innovation in higher education. Housed at the Graduate Center and reaching throughout the CUNY community, the Futures Initiative empowers the next […]
This is a site created to inform CUNY staff and faculty about the Higher Education Executive Certificate Program in Educational Research at Baruch’s School of Public Affairs and to encourage the sharing of ideas a […]
A meta-group for all of the Commons’ group admins so that the CUNY Academic Commons team can share information and keep you updated about changes to the site (and especially the Group interface). This group will […]
Group for attendees of the GCDI Digital Research Institute held June 6-10, 2016 at the CUNY Graduate Center. Please use this group to ask questions, get help, and keep in contact before, during, and after the DRI.
The Internet Research Team is a student-led group of scholars interested in exploring, discussing, and using online and digital research methods. The group also includes faculty and staff and meets regularly […]
This is a private ad hoc subgroup of the Committee on Academic Technology devoted to the discussion of some of the more recent and highly touted innovations in online and tech-mediated instruction: Massive Open […]
This is a private group created by the CUNY CAT (Committee on Academic Technology) to think through what any large campus-based or University-wide initiative for online or (more likely) blended learning would and […]
Faculty and staff at the CUNY Graduate Center are planning a conference on October 7, 2011 in defense of public higher education in the face of current budgetary and political attacks.
This group will accompany the seminar blog for UE 706 Introduction to Research in Urban Education.
Group for students enrolled in the Urban Education Research Seminar on Education’s Digital Future for Fall 2013.
This doctoral level research seminar examines CUNY’s unique history and contribution to New York City and the world. In addition to the early years of the Free Academy and Hunter College and the rise of the m […]