From CUNY Academic Commons



The linked blogs on this list (all of which are outside of the Commons) contain some of the most important insights and information on technology and education. Please add others that you think colleagues might find valuable.

Online Journals and Journal Articles of Particular Significance for Faculty

Please add additional sources of information about advances in education technology and online teaching and learning.

WikiMedia Commons

This is a database of more than four million free media files.


This is an archive of free source texts (and translations of source texts) and intellectual works created throughout history (including any artistic work that has been published in a medium that includes peer review or editorial controls).


This is a Wikimedia community for creating a free library of educational textbooks that anyone can edit.  It also includes a space for class projects (with guidelines and examples).


This is an archive of learning resources, learning projects, and research for use in all levels, types, and styles of education from elementary to graduate school, including professional training and informal learning.

Google’s Recent Experiments

This is a description of Google’s recent (and current) experiments in customizing the ways in which search results are sorted and displayed.

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