Faculty Friday: Using Podcasts as a Teaching Tool

Come learn from library colleagues Junior Tidal and Nora Almeida how faculty and students can use podcasts to create and complete assignments. Bring your questions and ideas, and explore how podcasts might contribute to teaching and learning in your courses.  View recording below.

Faculty Friday: Advisement Refresher

Summer and Fall registration starts soon! Join us on Friday to review the tools and resources that can support efficient and accurate academic advisement. Karen Goodlad of the Student Ready Department initiative will share tips and materials. Please come with your questions, experiences, and suggestions. For questions please contact Shelley Smith: ssmith@citytech.cuny.edu View recording below.

Faculty Friday: ePARSE Workshop: What to include & Where

This information-packed April 9th session included an overview of the reappointment, tenure, and promotion process and much detailed guidance on creating a clear, organized, and effective PARSE.Presentation slides and Q&A from the edited chat:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cke480i3hh7o1c1/AADLVLp6lEzUV2E9vFi1kKdFa?dl=0 View recording: For questions please contact Shelley Smith: ssmith@citytech.cuny.edu

Faculty Friday: Images, copyright, and “fair use” in the academic setting

Communication Design professor Anthony Accardo will explain the "fair use" provision of copyright law as it applies to academics, and will provide guidance on finding and using copyright-free images in the classroom.Please register and a ZOOM link for the meeting will be sent automatically. For questions please contact Shelley Smith: ssmith@citytech.cuny.edu

Faculty Friday – Engaging students in collaborative work using MIRO

Learn how colleagues are using Miro to engage students in interactive visual collaboration in the virtual classroom. Miro provides a free Educational account to faculty and students. You may wish to create an account and explore the platform prior to the workshop: https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360017730473-Education-PlanPlease register and a ZOOM link for the meeting will be sent automatically.

Avoiding Predatory Journals and Conferences (Faculty Commons, Faculty Fridays)

Predatory journals and conferences are a hot topic but frequently misunderstood. We’ll debunk some myths and learn more about predatory journal and conference characteristics as well as how to thoughtfully evaluate a journal or conference before submitting. This workshop will include hands-on activities. Watch recording of event below. Slides and handout are available here. Our