Archive | 2012

“Do I Need Permission?”

A quick guide to the question of “Do I Need Permission?”  This guide also offers links to works freely available for educational use, how to obtain permission for use of copyrighted material, and rules for photocopy use in the classroom.

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(C)opyright @ CUNY

(C)opyright @ CUNY Practical guidelines are provided based on some of the more common questions that faculty, staff, librarians, content creators, and students may have about copyright.  

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CUNY Policy on Academic Integrity

The CUNY Policy on Academic Integrity found in the CUNY Manual of General Policy includes definitions and examples of academic dishonesty, methods for promoting academic integrity, how to report a violation of academic integrity, and procedures for academic and disciplinary actions should a violation of academic integrity be found.

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Guidelines for the Implementation of the Student Records Access Policy and the Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Student Records Access Policy of the Board of Trustees of The City University of  New York (CUNY) provides that the University and its colleges shall be in full compliance with the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and its implementing regulations. These Guidelines contain the following four sections: (I) requirements of FERPA, (II) […]

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CUNY Policy on File Sharing and Copyright Infringement

Before you share that software, music, movie or game, you should be aware of the potential legal ramifications of doing so.  If you’re not sure of the possible leagal consequences of sharing then you might want to read the ,“Notice to the CUNY Community Regarding File Sharing and Copyright Infringement.”

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How to Read a Teaching Evaluation

Queens College has a useful site for faculty who are interested in better understanding the process and purpose of student teaching evaluations.  While the site includes information that is specific to Queens College Faculty, the site also contains links to articles  from the Chronicle of Higher Education on “How to Read a Student  Evaluation”, which […]

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Peer Observation

The link takes you to the School of Professional Studies Online Design and Interaction Guidelines checklist SPSOnlineDesignandInteractionGuidelines09-01-14 SPS Online Peer Observation Form Lehman College Department ObservationForm-1

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CUNY Writing Centers

Writing Centers across CUNY all provide online  support and guidance with writing. Borough of Manhattan Community College  Bronx Community College Brooklyn College City College College of Staten Island Hostos Community College John Jay College of Criminal Justice Kingsborough Community College LaGuardia College Leham College New York City College of Technology Queens College Queensborough College York […]

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Grading Rubrics

York College Efficient Grading for Busy Faculty

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Trying to find assignments that work can be quite time-consuming, especially if you’re just setting up your course.  This section provides ideas for a variety of different assignments ranging from introductory assignments, to mid-semester and end of semester assignments that can be used as assessments. School of Professional Studies Welcome and Ice-Breaker Activities School of Professional Studies […]

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