Presenter(s): Renee Schaller (English); Jeff Allred (English)
Hypothes.is is a free/open platform for annotating digital texts of all kinds. We will explore some models for integrating it into your teaching on a regular basis, making both reading and writing more social and collaborative for students. [Details...]
Presenter(s): April Kisamore (SPED - ABA program), Lauren Schnell (SPED - ABA program) and Gina Riley (SPED, Adolescent Special Education).
In this session, we discuss the preferences and needs of multigenerational students within the digital classroom space. How do we best reach our students of varied ages within the online environment? What are the specific preferences, strengths, and needs of each generation? Let’s discuss both what research says and what works best within your own online classroom. [Details...]
During an ACERT Lunchtime Seminar, Laura W. Kane and Sarah Ruth Jacobs introduced the aims and editorial guidelines of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, which is a collaborative effort between 23 faculty members, graduate students, and academic staff at CUNY and other institutions.
CUNY IT Accessibility Task Force, CUNY Computing and Information Services and Hunter College Library are sponsoring a subscription to Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference, to be held from November 14 – 18, 2016.
With the backdrop of today’s rapidly changing academic landscape, there are vast opportunities for using new technologies in scholarly work. Polly Thistlewaite and Jessie Daniels explore using digital technologies to bring together academics, journalists, and activists to produce knowledge and promote social justice.