The CUNY Syllabus Project has chosen 65 syllabi as an initial dataset and completed an analysis of select data and metadata to identify pedagogical trends across disciplines and across theContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project Posts First Round of Syllabi Data
The CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative will hold its second annual “CUNY DHI: Building a Digital Humanities Community at the City University of New York” on Monday, November 7th. The event features a series ofContinue readingCUNY Syllabus Project featured in a CUNYDHI Lighting Talk!
My most recent digital project, The CUNY Syllabus Project, has been awarded a second Provost’s Digital Innovation Grant for the 2016-2017 Academic year! The CUNY Syllabus Project’s purpose is toContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project Wins A Second Provost’s Digital Innovation Grant!
For the past year I’ve been working with Andy McKinney (a former colleague) to launch a collaborative repository of syllabi at CUNY called the CUNY Syllabus Project. Our hope isContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project Officially Launches!
I have just completed a redesign of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy website, and had some thoughts to share about the process of making an accessible website. YouContinue readingAccessible Future: New JITP Website and Reflections on Accessibility Design
For the past few months, I have been collaborating with some of the Digital Fellows to create a new resource for professors, adjuncts, and teaching assistants called The CUNY SyllabusContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project – Soft Launch
On May 19th I will be presenting the work I have done as a Digital Fellow to faculty, students, and staff of the CUNY Graduate Center, including the University President andContinue readingThe Digital GC: Year-End Showcase
Cross-post from the Digital Fellow’s blog: Just over a year ago, I set out to create a wiki for philosophers – an online, collaborative resource that would help graduate teaching fellows andContinue readingWhat’s In It For Me?