Call for Proposals

CUNY’s 16th Annual IT Conference
Thursday and Friday, November 30th and December 1st
@ John Jay College of Criminal Justice

CUNY’s 16th Annual IT Conference, “Instructional/Information Technology in CUNY: Opening Access,” will examine the complex and evolving relationship between technology and manifold issues of access to higher education. Proposals are due September 15th, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

For full details, view the Call for Proposals.

Academic Technology

About Academic Technology at CUNY

From launching more fully online degree programs, to implementing online sections of high-demand courses, to providing faculty development to support the creation of dynamic course offerings, the University’s Academic Technology initiatives aim to expand access and appeal to a broader base of students and facilitate degree completion.

Online INSTRUCTION AT CUNY

Online instruction offers a key point of access for many current and potential students at CUNY, by reducing barriers of time and distance for students who work when most in-person classes are offered or who have family obligations and schedules that make it challenging to attend classes on campus. Online educational opportunities can also help students develop skills of computer-mediated communication, web-based research, and online collaboration as a means to enhance students’ digital literacy. Learn about CUNY’s online instruction offerings, including general education courses, entirely online degree programs, and more.

The CUNY Committee On Academic Technology

CAT (as it’s known) has representatives from each campus as well as from the University Faculty Senate, CUNY CIS, and the Office of Academic Affairs. It meets monthly (and of course online) as do its standing committees (on Blackboard, Eportfolios, Library Technology, and the CUNY Academic Commons). For information on CAT, its committees, or your campus representatives, contact the University Director of Academic Technology.

For additional information about Academic Technology at CUNY, please contact: george.otte@cuny.edu