Monthly Archives: September 2018

Everything you Always Wanted to Know about the Library Visit (But Were Afraid to Ask)

As you probably know, all 252 sections should include a session in the library devoted to research skills. Ideally, this visit should take place in about 4-6 weeks, when you’ve gotten beyond the midpoint of the term and are thinking … Continue reading

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EVENT: Pedagogy Day at the GC on Friday, October 26th

Just a quick announcement that the Graduate Center’s Graduate Student Teaching Association (GSTA) is hosting a pedagogy day on October 26th, 2018. Submissions due 10/19. Details below; hope to see some of you there: On October 26th, 2018 the Graduate … Continue reading

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OneDrive via CUNY

On a slow news day (holidays, CUNY closed), I wanted to pass along a newish tool all CUNY faculty can access to enhance our teaching and scholarship: the rejiggered site license with Microsoft Office products. On one level, this is … Continue reading

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Structuring Equality in the Early American Lit Survey (guest post from Christina Katopodis)

[guest post from Christina, an instructor of 395 at Hunter this term; cross-posted at] It’s syllabus-writing season! After some time away from teaching, time for reflection and growth as an educator, I am thrilled to be teaching “American Literature: … Continue reading

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