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 Achim Koh
    Written by Achim Koh Updated 1 year, 4 months ago

    (Proposal for ITP independent study project) Description Critical Machine Learning (CML) is an online resource and workshop series that aims to help students and researchers of varying interest and technical background to understand the basic concepts and assumptions of computational methods grouped as machine learning. Workshop participants will get hands-on experience of applying some of […]

    Public Paper / 2 comments / 2 followers
  • Profile photo of tperson
    Written by tperson Updated 1 year, 4 months ago
    Tags: culture, identity, language fluidity, language supremacy, translanguaging

    Purpose: This project and paper examine the intersection between language, culture and identity, exploring the phenomenology of how ideas on language use, fluidity and supremacy effect the formation of culture, and identity for South African scholar Lebogang Mokwena. The project and paper explore how culture and identity inform Lebogang’s understanding of language. Through the use of documentary […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Matthew K. Gold
    Written by Matthew K. Gold Updated 1 year, 4 months ago

    This paper is part of a presentation made to students in the Ph.D. Program in English at the Graduate Center, CUNY Why Create a Porfolio Website? control/curate your digital identity share your work establish networks Types of Portfolio Sites Simple Profiles / Online CVs LinkedIn Profile (proprietary) CUNY Academic Commons Profile ( Sharing Your Work […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Mark Pisano
    Written by Mark Pisano Created 1 year, 4 months ago
    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Sakina Laksimi-Morrow
    Written by Sakina Laksimi-Morrow Updated 1 year, 4 months ago

      The Graduate Center Writing Exchange An introductory descriptive paragraph, which should include a problem statement, and say *what* your tool/thing will do. This is your abstract, or elevator pitch. This should not have the full theoretical framing of the project. That will come in the final. Writing is capital. The economy of academic success […]

    Public Paper / 5 comments / 2 followers
  • Profile photo of Matthew K. Gold
    Written by Matthew K. Gold Updated 1 year, 4 months ago
    Tags: networks, pedagogy, teaching, tech, technology

    First Activity:  On piece of paper, write down: one class you will teach soon or one class you taught recently one social network you enjoy being part of (think about what makes it enjoyable) one cultural institution or archive in NYC related to your class one colleague at another institution who may be teaching a similar […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Erin Glass
    Written by Erin Glass Updated 1 year, 4 months ago
    Tags: collaboration, peer pedagogy, public pedagogy, social paper, student writing

    Student writing is a waste product, a valueless byproduct in the production of literate citizens. It doesn’t have to be. Here I argue we can give it new purpose and dignity by establishing a student-directed, durable commons for student writing.

    Public Paper / 4 comments / 5 followers
  • Profile photo of Mary Catherine Kinniburgh
    Written by Mary Catherine Kinniburgh Updated 1 year, 5 months ago

    An explanation of social writing tools and practices in the networked era, with sample lesson ideas. For the “Social Writing” workshop, with the Teaching and Learning Center and GC Digital Fellows.

    Public Paper / 18 comments / 9 followers
  • Profile photo of Eileen Clancy
    Written by Eileen Clancy Updated 1 year, 5 months ago

    Eileen Clancy [First draft of opening lines of an introduction to a book (?) about Sekiko Yoshida and her analysis of the cosmic ray data from the first U.S. satellite Explorer. My first attempt to set the historical scene. I am looking for workshop comments on ideas, language, and metaphors to consider.] To study cosmic […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Rachael Afolabi
    Written by Rachael Afolabi Created 1 year, 5 months ago

    Prospectus – Resistance in Early America

    Public Paper / 3 comments / 2 followers