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Why You Should

This is a guest post by Amanda Sanseverino, a first-year doctoral student in Accounting at the Graduate Center and attendee of the January 2017 Digital Research Institute. Follow her on Twitter or LinkedIn. Most graduate students find there is very little time to do anything outside of what they need to do in order to stay afloat. […]

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ASHP Project Wins Funding for “Who Built America? Badges for Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in History”

ASHP recently won a teacher mastery award and funding for Who Built America? Badges for Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in History, from the Digital Media and Learning Competition. The competition is designed “to find and inspire the most innovative uses of new media in support of connected learning … Projects supported by the Competition explore how digital […]

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Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program

Under the direction of Steve Brier, the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program ‘”responds to strong doctoral student demand for interactive digital technology (IT) training and certification.”  It is … designed to provide intellectual opportunities and technical training that enable Graduate Center doctoral students to think creatively and critically about the uses of instructional technology […]

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Children Framing Childhoods

Wendy Luttrell, Professor of Urban Education and Social-Personality Psychology, investigates the ways young people participate in social structures in her visual ethnography project Children Framing Childhoods.  She asks them to take pictures of their  family, school, and community life that “emphasize their participation in and insights about larger social structures, processes, and ideologies—including the global […]

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HERB: Social History for Every Classroom

Ellen Noonan, Leah Potter, Josh Brown Created by the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, HERB is “a database of primary documents, classroom activities, and other teaching tools in U.S. history. Named in honor of ASHP/CML’s co-founder, labor historian Herbert Gutman, HERB reflects ASHP/CML’s […]

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Project Stretch

Founder and Executive Director of the Stanton/Heiskell Center for Public Policy in Telecommunications and Information Systems, Helen Birenbaum spearheads Project Stretch, a computer-based literacy program for middle/high school students, their teachers, parents and principals. Since 2000, Project Stretch has been implemented at schools and community centers throughout NYC. During this time, staff, teachers and students […]

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CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative

Begun in the Fall of 2010, the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative “aims to build connections and community among those at CUNY who are applying digital technologies to scholarship and pedagogy in the humanities.”   DHI is a public group on the CUNY Academic Commons, open to everyone, including “experienced practitioners and beginning DHers, enthusiasts and […]

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Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy first issue is due out soon.  This open source journal has a OJS back-end and will be published on the CUNY Academic Commons.  With an impressive editorial team,  JITP’s  mission is … to promote open scholarly discourse around critical and creative uses of digital technology in teaching, learning, […]

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Contextualizing the Visual Archive for Teaching

Professor Josh Brown is lead historian for a project-in-progress, jointly sponsored by the American Antiquarian Society and American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning (ASHP/CML) called “Contextualizing the Visual Archive for Teaching.”   Funded by an Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) planning grant, the project will build “an enhanced catalog prototype for visual collections […]

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