Digital Privacy: A Hands-on Workshop

L-540 (In the Library)

Learn more about privacy and take control of your digital identity! In this hands-on workshop, City Tech faculty, students, and staff will learn how to protect themselves against surveillance and unwanted data collection. Specific topics covered will include password security, social media privacy, browser settings, and alternative search engines. Bring your smart phone or tablet.

Citation Workshop: APA and MLA, Use ZoteroBib to Create Your Sources Quickly


These workshops teach the importance of documenting sources when incorporating other’s research into your own. Learn the fundamentals of using the APA and the MLA styles. ZoteroBib generates citations and build a bibliography list in any of the popular styles, including APA and MLA instantly. Learn how to export your completed bibliography to your paper.


L-540 (In the Library)

Introduction to Zotero In this hands-on workshop, attendees will learn the capabilities of this powerful, free open-source reference management software program. The session covers creating an account, adding Zotero to your browser, and importing citations to generate a bibliography. Tuesday, December 3, 2019 @ 1:00pm - 2:00pm Intermediate Zotero In this hands-on workshop, attendees will

LinkedIn and Resume Writing Workshop


Make a lasting impression with a potential employer. Your resume and social media presence are the place to begin. Join us to see how you can get the most from the work experience you already have and convey it. Highlight your talents and what you have accomplished already to create a strong resume. Build the

Faculty Friday: Supporting First-Year Student Success

Are you teaching First-Year students? Do you seek ever better ways to support their success? This perpetual challenge has become even more pressing in the online and hybrid environment. The success and thriving of our FY students is a critical priority for the college.Join us this week for our first Faculty Friday -- hear from director

Faculty Friday: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

In recognition of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Week please join a Faculty Friday discussion: Culturally Responsive PedagogyShare your experiences and hear from colleagues, including members of the newly-formed HSI Committee, as we consider curriculum, assignments, and strategies designed to empower, enrich, and acknowledge every member of our diverse community of learners. Suggested reading attached — see especially pages 12-14. Find this and a

Faculty Friday: Leveraging the Literature Review

Prof. Monica Berger will discuss - finding target journals for publishing your work; getting a bird’s-eye view of your topic; conducting the literature review; using Google Scholar, citation managers, and link resolvers; assessing journals and avoiding predatory journals. Watch recording below

Faculty Friday: IRB & Research Involving Human Subjects

All are welcome to the presentation portion of this third meeting of the Faculty Publication Support Workshop series. Professor Tina Kao will discuss research compliance, IRB procedures, and the approval process for research involving human subjects.Questions: Watch recording of event below:

Faculty Friday: City Tech Teaching Showcase

Colleagues will share their favorite teaching strategies and successes. Be inspired for the spring semester! Questions: Watch recording of event: