Community Facilitator for the CUNY Academic Commons. Interests include libraries, history, digital humanities, and open source software.
a group formed to discuss issues of data privacy and security in the wake of the 2016 election
This group is one of the arms of the Revolutionizing American Studies initiative, the fuller description of which is available at its partner blog site: […]
An informal group for anyone interested in organizing and taking action following the 2016 Presidential Election.
Avatar image: ”H8 is not GR8” by @Chris Piascik on Flickr […]
Created for those involved in electronic books (e-books) and electronic book readers (e-readers) in CUNY libraries, this group serves as a digital meeting space to discuss the work being done on the individual […]
Commons Team Testing
This is the platform for the IFP Program Fellows
A group for instructional designers from within CUNY and beyond…..
Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory at CUNY
For those interested in teaching or researching any area of popular culture. Soon to be be appearing: Across Genres, a blog about popular culture.
The mission of the Mobile Technology Roundtable is to share information with those who are interested in generating, developing, and supporting the advancement of the use of mobile technology in CUNY’s […]
making it happen
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 str […]
A place to share ideas and best practices on planning, piloting, implementing, and/or assessing ePortfolios.
This group will share Omeka experiences, feature digital collections created in Omeka, and discuss best practices.
The Social Media Roundtable, led by CUNY’s Office of Communications & Marketing, is a collaborative to share ideas (young and daring, old and authoritative) for managing social media at the University and its […]