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New Faculty Orientation, August 25

Representatives from around campus will discuss resources and services you need to know about in your new capacity as faculty.
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New Faculty Orientation January 26

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RECORDED PRESENTATIONS

PREZI PRESENTATION

PROGRAM

ANNOUNCEMENT

The Center for Teaching & Learning and the Office of the Provost are pleased to invite you to an orientation for new faculty Things You Need to Know to Teach at Queens on:

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 3:30pm-5:30pm
President’s Conference Rooms 1 and 2, on the 5th floor of Rosenthal Library.

Representatives from around campus will discuss resources and services you need to know about in your new capacity as faculty:

  • Using library resources
  • Accessing instructional technologies
  • Teaching online
  • Reporting attendance and grades
  • Encouraging academic integrity
  • Union Benefits
  • Seeking professional development opportunities
  • Resources for your students you should know about

Please join us on January 26 for information, conversation, and some refreshments.  We encourage you to bring along a colleague: a full-time faculty member, a not-new adjunct, or your departmental chair. Simply share this email, and ask your colleague to RSVP.

To help us better plan the event, please RSVP at http://bit.ly/nfo-sp2016.

For questions, please contact Rowena Li at rowena.li@qc.cuny.edu or Jean Kelly at jean.kelly@qc.cuny.edu.

E-Resource Updates from QC Libraries

New Databases PBS Video Collection (Alexander Street Press), a digital collection of over 245 streaming videos from the history of PBS; relevant to academic curricula, the collection includes American Experience, Frontline, History Detectives, NOVA, and films by Ken Burns and Michael Wood. As with all Alexander Street Press video collections, each video is fully transcribed and indexed, and users can create & sha
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Why should I email my class from CUNYfirst?

CUNYfirst can be used to email students enrolled in the classes you're teaching. In some situations, emailing your class from CUNYfirst can be easier and more effective than other means.
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your.name@qc.cuny.edu: What’s it good for?

There are some very good reasons for using your @qc.cuny.edu email address, and living with your college email can be made easier if you set up access to suit your technological preferences.
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Taking attendance

Submitting attendance rosters at the beginning of the semester is required for all courses offered at Queens College. Learn why this requirement is in place, and read about some of the ways that you can make taking attendance more efficient and maybe even more fun.
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