resources for teaching

The Teach@CUNY Handbook

The Teaching and Learning Center of the Graduate Center has published The Teach@CUNY Handbook. The Teach@CUNY Handbook offers practical guidance to both beginning and experienced instructors across teaching at the City University of New York and beyond”. It provides a lot of information on teaching at CUNY. Here is the link to the Handbook https://cuny.manifoldapp.org/projects/teach-cuny-handbook. Hope you find
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Faculty Speaker Series on Open Education Resources (OER)

Updated November 19, 2019 Open Educational Resources (OER) are free and freely accessible digital media (including text, images, video, learning modules and etc.) that are used in teaching and learning.  Due to their digital distribution, they can be accessed anywhere and anytime by students through an internet connection. OER are easy to keep up to date and modify for a variety of course-related applications while s
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Call For Participation in a Faculty Book Club, Fall 2019

An informal reading group for QC faculty members who are interested in reading about, thinking about, and discussing learning and teaching with colleagues across disciplines
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How (and Why) to Use Open Educational Resources

By adopting Open Educational Resources (OER) or other zero-cost course materials, you make college more affordable and accessible for all our students.
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Studio 319: A video production space for faculty

Finally, a space for recording podcasts for your courses.
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Call for participation: Adjunct Teaching Task Force 2017

An opportunity for adjunct faculty to help improve teaching resources at Queens College.
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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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