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The Fulbright Scholar Experience, March 30, 2017

The Center for Teaching & Learning cordially invites you to learn more about the Fulbright Scholar Experience with Fulbright Scholars, Dr. Amy Werbel and Dr. Nur Uddin Ahamad.
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The Fabric of Cultures: Objects, Memory, Technology, May 4, 2017

Presentations will investigate the power of the materiality of texts and fabrics.
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Wiki-Women’s Edit-a-thon, March 29

version 1 by Nohat (concept by Paullusmagnus); Wikimedia. (CC BY-SA 3.0)   This Women’s History Month, please join us for the Wiki-Women’s Edit-a-thon! We will be editing and creating articles on women, especially women of color, and particularly women in dance, literature, film, music, and the visual arts. Beginners are welcome! We will provide: An introduction to editing Wikipedia Suggested information resourc
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How to use Google Forms to collect files

Google Forms can collect images and documents and populate a spreadsheet with links.
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Workshop: Open Educational Resources (OER), March 8, 2017

Would your students like to save money on textbooks? Consider a zero-textbook course and use Open Educational Resources.
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The Fabric of Cultures: Objects, Memory, Technology – May 18

A research and pedagogical lab that aims to further understanding of fashion and local and global clothing as powerful manifestations of human and aesthetic expressions and as barometers of economic, social and technological transformations.
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Academic Works: How to Make Your Work Available to the Public…

Academic Works is CUNY’s new institutional repository. This Tech Tip explains what Academic Works is, why it is important, and how it can help you.
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Save time and stay informed with RSS feeds

Finding and keeping up with online content can be a challenging task. Using the RSS tool can eliminate a lot of that frustration.
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Citation Managers: a boring topic that will save you a LOT of time.

Kelly Blanchat, Electronic Resources Librarian and Instructor at Rosenthal Library, describes some resources that will save you a lot of time when doing research.
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Oral History

Are you contemplating adding an oral history component to a course or research project? Learning about the past through the memories of those who experienced it firsthand can be a rewarding experience for students; it also has the potential to add previously unknown or marginalized perspectives to the historic record. With this tip we introduce the collaboration between Queens Library and Queens College
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