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Downloaded over 5,000 times, CBOX continues to garner the attention of colleges, universities, and other non-profit organizations. Discover what they're building at the CBOX Showcase page.
Call For Proposals
The first annual CUNY Games Festival on January 17, 2014 will promote and discuss game-based learning in higher education, and bring together faculty, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, game designers, and domain experts from various disciplines. Call For Proposals deadline is October 1, 2013.
Zeteo, The Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing
We're pleased to announce the publication of the Spring 2013 issue of the Master of Liberal Studies e-journal at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Your Group on the Commons
Make groups work for you! Find out what collaboration tools are available, learn how groups can be configured, and explore their many uses.
Designing a Site on the Commons?
Discover WordPress tips and tricks at the Commons Wiki page Tweaking Your Site and share your own ideas about how to make a good site great.
The CUNY Hybrid Initiative open access blog includes tools and materials from a host of CUNY Colleges and beyond to help faculty, instructional designers, and administrators teach and support the development of hybrid courses at CUNY.
Wonder Who You’re Reaching?
Check out “ Statistics for your Site” on the Commons Codex to discover the various ways to gather readership data for your WordPress site.
There's so much happening in the CUNY community. Be sure to follow the Commons on Twitter to keep up. We follow back! @cunycommons
The Commons welcomes JustPublics@365: A project bringing together scholars, community leaders, policy advocates and activists to inspire public debate on issues of inequality and social justice.
Why Should Faculty Blog?
Professor Anthony Picciano explains the relevance of blogging in his teaching and scholarship as an online faculty member at the Sloan ALN Conference. Explore the Commons Codex for more information about using the Commons as a blogging platform.
Omeka For Rare Books
The Queens College Department of Special Collections is using Omeka to expose its previously hidden archive of Don Quixote editions. Check out the Omeka group blog on the Commons and discover how QC faculty and graduate students created a fantastic finding aid and interactive platform for the 14 volume collection.
Commons Wins Sloan-C Award for Effective Practice
The Sloan Consortium has announced that the CUNY Academic Commons will receive an award for effective practices in online and blended education at their 5th Annual International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning, July 25-27, in Las Vegas.
Congratulations! You’ve Been Accepted. Now what?
The New Students: Welcome to the Grad Center site on the Commons is a terrific orientation tool that offers a wide range of resources, including registration timetables, library availability, places to find cheap eats and theater tickets, roommate matching, and information on becoming a NY State resident.
The CUNY Academic Commons is an academic social network created by and for CUNY – Take A Tour.