Got a Conference Coming Up? Host it on the Commons!
With free websites, domain mapping, and tools to facilitate publicity, planning and registration, you can create a hub to post agendas, discuss issues, aggregate tweets, live-stream presentations, share archives, and keep the conversation going.
5th Annual Accessibility Conference
The 5th Annual Accessibility Conference, intended to bring together CUNY professionals and other interested parties in the fields of higher education and disability services, will be held on April 25th, 2014 at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Save Time with Group Invitations
When you invite colleagues or grad students to join the Commons, your group, and (if you have one) your group’s blog, save time and do it in one process.
Newsletters From Your WordPress Site
The MailPoet Newsletters plugin lets you pull content from WP posts and design unique newsletters using a variety of templates. Maintain lists of subscribers, and send email blasts directly from your site.
Domain Mapping on the Commons
Do you or your organization have a domain of your own? Map it to a site on the Commons and take advantage of our free web hosting. You'll retain your familiar URL and be able to take advantage of all the features available on the Commons.
Managing Privacy on the Commons
The Commons has granular privacy settings for your profile, sites, groups and docs. Learn how to adjust them and find your comfort zone.
Welcome to Your New Profile!
Learn more about our sophisticated new system for user profiles, which allows members to create a primary, beautiful, easy-to-find space for their academic identity.
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.
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.
The CUNY Academic Commons is an academic social network created by and for CUNY – Take A Tour.