From CUNY Academic Commons
Subject Matter Coordinators
This page should focus on rich media resources that faculty and students may use. Care should be taken to observe any licensing and usage limitations and rights to use such intellectual property for the purposes of their intended use. See our Intellectual Property wiki page for additional information and guidance.
Resources by Subject Area
Please see these additional wiki pages for resources that pertain to specific subject areas:
- Apple’s Learning Interchange – Digital Campus Academy, a program of Leadership & Faculty Development for Higher Education, is a hands-on, project-based course of study designed to provide higher education faculty with practical and immediately useable skills and knowledge on 21st century teaching and learning. The overall goal of the Academy is to help faculty members take full advantage of Apple technology to improve teaching and learning in their courses and institution. Participants will learn:
o How to employ the latest technologies for improved teaching, learning, and research
o Innovative teaching and learning strategies for digital natives
o Hands-on skills in creating, managing and distributing digital media; collaboration; research; and publishing tools
For additional information about the Digital Campus Academy program or to arrange for a course on your campus,launch an e-mail inquiry here. For more details about flexible training opportunities see this brochure: HigherEdAPD.pdf
- Learning Online, – An article by Jim Lengel (Hunter College – CUNY and Boston University): In this article Professor Lengel highlights the charactistics of essential elements for teaching and learning with rich media…a guide to best practices.
- Building an Online Course – An article by Jim Lengel (Hunter College – CUNY and Boston University): In this article Professor Lengel highlights the charactistics of essential elements for teaching and learning with rich media…a guide to best practices.
- Podcast Academy @ Boston University – Download podcasts and PowerPoint presentations on best practices, methods and technologies for audio and video podcasting.
- A Survey of CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning (August, 2007
- BMCC’s Title III-supported program http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/titleIII/index.html
- LaGuardia’s programs offered through its Center for Teaching and Learning: http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/ctl/programs.htm
- Brooklyn’s faculty development workshops:http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu//index.htm
- Examples of Video and Flash-Based On-line Tutorials (Baruch College)
- Reed Stevens, assistant professor of Cognitive Studies in Education, University of Washington shows examples of how he has used rich media in his work and discusses his research which examines and compares cognitive activity in classrooms, workplaces, and science museums. (Runtime:00:47:30).