Social Paper (beta)

Welcome to Social Paper, a tool for networking in-progress student writing and feedback across disciplines, semesters, and publics. Use Social Paper to create papers, share and follow papers, comment on papers, or simply browse and search papers from The CUNY Academic Commons community using the directory below.

Papers Directory

  • Profile photo of Ashwin Satyanarayana
    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Cenk Cafer
    Written by Cenk Cafer Created 1 year, 10 months ago

    Cenk Cafer Professor Holman English 12 12/14/16                                                                                                 […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
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    Written by Cenk Cafer Created 1 year, 10 months ago

    The benefits of studying abroad and implementing math into American education can influence the youth of our country to succed and acheive greater.

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Rose Nestler
    Written by Rose Nestler Created 1 year, 10 months ago

    The Museum of Art and Design in New York City presents exhibits that dissolve the bridges between craft, art, and design. They also pay special attention to the creative process of artists. On a recent trip to the museum our class had the opportunity to learn more about how MAD celebrates and showcases working artists […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Boone Gorges
    Written by Boone Gorges Updated 1 year, 11 months ago
    Tags: CUNY Academic Commons

    A sample paper, to show you what Social Paper can do.

    Public Paper / 1 comment / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Deniz Gokcora
    Written by Deniz Gokcora Created 1 year, 11 months ago

    Motivating Community College Students When Teaching Argumentative Rhetorical Style Using a Documentary: Devil’s Playground  

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of tperson
    Written by tperson Updated 2 years ago

    Abstract   Narrative The growing number of teachers trained through induction programs has resulted in a decrease in the ability of New York City public school teachers to write and understand the mechanics of curriculum design often leaving test prep as a driving force for and a misunderstanding of the use and purposes of the Common Core. Embedded within this […]

    Public Paper / 4 comments / 2 followers
  • Profile photo of Aleksandr Segal
    Written by Aleksandr Segal Created 2 years, 1 month ago

    The question of “what is to be done?” is aptly used in the title of this published interview with Donna Haraway about her seminal feminist work A Cyborg Manifesto. Published in 1985, Manifesto brought together radical and socialist feminist theories to address the impact of technology and information systems on labor, race, and gender among […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Tom Lewek
    Written by Tom Lewek Created 2 years, 1 month ago

    Final project for Mary Ann Caws’s “Modernist Looking” course, spring 2016.

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Natalie Gomez-Velez
    Written by Natalie Gomez-Velez Created 2 years, 4 months ago

    I recently published an article Common Core State Standards and Philanthrocapitalism:  Can Public Law Norms Manage Private Wealth’s Influence on Public Education Policymaking?  with the Michigan State Law Review (at 2016 Mich. St. L. Rev. 161). The Article examines the phenomenon of philanthrocapitalism in current education reform, with a focus on the Common Core State Learning Standards […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower