City Tech Resources
Academic Freedom protects faculty from a range of discriminatory practices felt or imposed by institutions or individuals.
City Tech Bookstore and Cafe
The bookstore for the college which can be used for personal reading as well as referencing to students.
City Tech Experts
This Experts Guide, compiled by New York City College of Technology’s Office of Communications, lists the expertise of more than 150 members of full-time faculty and staff in a broad array of topical areas. Most faculty hold the terminal degree in their respective fields and bring the added benefit of being actively engaged in their respective industries.
City Tech Goals and Targets
The college targets reflect differences in campus missions, resources and circumstances, and recognize that the colleges all start from different performance baselines.
City Tech Goals for 2011 – 2012
New York City College of Technology Visual Identity Package
College Branding Guidebook with downloadable ID files.
This site provides information about the council, upcoming events, listing of current members and committees, links to past meeting minutes, as well as useful references.
Computer Information Services (CIS)
Contact CIS via GroupLink if you have problems with your computer. For in-depth computer services, practices, and critical information please review the site.
Stay current with upcoming workshops to make the most out of the library resources.
The City Tech foundation is a not-for-profit corporation which is charged with the solicitation and acceptance of gifts to the college in support of City Tech’s educational mission.
Presentation Rooms User’s Guide
Brooklyn Historical Society
The Brooklyn Historical Society is a museum, library and educational center dedicated to encouraging the exploration and appreciation of Brooklyn’s diverse peoples and cultures both past and present.
Municipal Art Society of New York
The Municipal Art Society of New York fights for intelligent urban design, planning, and preservation through education, dialogue and advocacy.
2 Bridges Review
The celebrated East River Bridges (Two Bridges) – the Brooklyn and the Manhattan, connect downtown Brooklyn with downtown Manhattan. Between these bridges a community of writers and artists has found a home in the former warehouses and factories of New York’s most literary outer borough.
Access to CUNY portal for online, hybrid, and Web-enhanced courses.
Carnegie Foundation e-Library
Discover a collection of articles and reports available for online reading or download. Publications discuss how teaching methods affect student learning.
Curriculum Modification Guide for Faculty
This guide describes the college’s procedures for curriculum modification. Each department or program is responsible for continually reviewing and refining its curriculum.
Define unfamiliar words with this online dictionary that also includes helpful resources such as a thesaurus and a language translator.
The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format.
Instructional Technology Workshops
Ongoing online Professional Development seminars for faculty cover pedagogy and technology for online, hybrid, and Web-enhanced courses.
Institutional Review Board
New York City College of Technology Institutional Review Board. Application for approval to use human subjects in research.
Middle States Self Study
In order to maintain its accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (the Commission), City Tech engages in an internal review process to assess the extent to which we are meeting the 14 standards for accreditation set by MSCHE. Every ten years, this internal review results in a written Self-Study that is submitted to the Commission.
Teaching and Learning Commons Community Forum
Discuss ideas, post your own thoughts and collaborate with other faculty in this discussion forum for The Carnegie Commons.
The Owl is an online resource that provides writers with a system for referencing their sources.
Teaching portfolios capture evidence of one’s entire teaching career, in contrast to what are called course portfolios that capture evidence related to a single course. Content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing is a new book series containing peer-reviewed collections of essays–all composed by teachers for students–with each volume freely available for download under a Creative Commons license. The Writing Spaces’ mission is to build a library of quality open access texts for the writing classroom as an alternative to costly textbooks.