The Queens College Teaching with Technology page begins with a basic description of the various tools available for online teaching (i.e What is Blackboard? What is a Wiki?), and includes links on the how to’s of using these technologies. The page ends by providing links to databases and clearinghouses that provide pedagogical support.
Queens College offers a basic tutorial for WordPress beginners. While the advice begins with help on how to log into Queens College’s Qwriting, the advice that follows is applicable to all WordPress accounts.
Hunter College’s Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching offers a list of blogs, ereadings, conferences, organizations, and teaching and learning center information and links Beyond Hunter.
Lehman College’s Writing Center offers faculty some practical advice on how to address writing errors by students: Handling Surface Errors in Student Writing
John Jay College recommends Carnegie Mellon’s “Solve a Teaching Problem” for concrete examples on how to address some of the more basic challenges faced by faculty from what to do if your student/students can’t keep up with the readings to cheating. While the advice found here is generally for face-to-face classrooms, most of the information can […]
The Center for Teaching at Brooklyn College has a page dedicated to pedagogy journals and conferences : Develop As a Teacher
Below are a list of CUNY recommended writing centers that offer a variety of advice for students. Brooklyn College recommends the Dartmouth Writing Program
The Internet Detective offers a tutorial for students on how to surf the web and find quality information. While the site is geared for students and can also be found under “additional resources for students,” faculty might want to consider incorporating the use of the site into an assignment. The tutorial found on this […]
The Internet Detective provides useful information on how to correctly use the web to obtain quality information.
The Virtual Training Suite offers assistance in developing internet research skills. Students can choose help from specific college course areas.