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    • DEN 2400L CLINICAL PRACTICE III
      DEN 2400 presents the didactic material, which correlates with the clinical experience, provided in DEN 2400L. The Clinical Faculty serves as group facilitators who assist the students in developing an awareness of and appreciation for the concepts, topics, and procedures related to the Dental Hygiene profession.
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    • 9 years, 9 months ago

      wds_admin

    • Graphic Timeline
      A collection of graphic images, posters and other visual compositions through out past decades and beyond. This blog is a mixture of educational and opinion basic information, as well as topics related to graphic design.
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    • “photo love of type”
      Photography & Type have been a love of mine for as long as I can remember. Here I get to share some of my experiences with both and the things I come across from day to day.
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    • #TheGuide
      This site includes tips and advice about City Tech's campus and the surrounding community, including the Brooklyn Waterfront.
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    • 2012 Spring – MAT 1275 – Reitz
      Math 1275, College Algebra and Trigonometry, Spring semester 2012, Mr. Reitz. Header image for the website and group avatar are details from “Beautiful Dance Moves” by Dylan Ng, http://www.flickr.com/photos/dylanng/6267107228/
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    • 2012 Spring – MAT 1575 Calc II – Reitz
      This course is MAT 1575, Calculus II, taking place in the Spring 2012 semester with Professor Reitz. Avatar photo by Encel (http://www.flickr.com/photos/encels/4059671027)
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    • 2013 Fall – MAT 2070 Proofs and Logic – Reitz
      This course is designed to prepare students for an advanced mathematics curriculum by providing a transition from Calculus to abstract mathematics. The course focuses on the processes of mathematical reasoning, argument, and discovery. Topics include propositional and first order logic, learning proofs through puzzles and games, axiomatic approach to group theory, number theory, and set theory, abstract properties of relations and functions, elementary graph theory, sets of different cardinalities, and the construction and properties of real numbers. Avatar and site header created using tagxedo.com.
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    • 7 years, 8 months ago

      Alphatron

    • 2013 Summer – MAT 1272 Statistics – Reitz
      This course provides an introduction to statistical methods and statistical inference. Topics include descriptive statistics, random variables, distributions, sampling, estimation and inference, t-tests, chi-square tests and correlation. Avatar inspired by Occupy Wall Street and Zdravko Smilevski. Course Site header image from the sardonically irreverent XKCD http://xkcd.com/539/
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    • 2014 Fall – MAT 2071 Proofs and Logic – Reitz
      This course is designed to prepare students for an advanced mathematics curriculum by providing a transition from Calculus to abstract mathematics. The course focuses on the processes of mathematical reasoning, argument, and discovery. Topics include propositional and first order logic, learning proofs through puzzles and games, axiomatic approach to group theory, number theory, and set theory, abstract properties of relations and functions, elementary graph theory, sets of different cardinalities, and the construction and properties of real numbers. Avatar by flickr user bettysnake: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bettysnake/65497164 Header image by flickr user theihno: https://www.flickr.com/photos/theihno/4156207919
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    • 2014 spring – MAT 2680 Differential Equations – Reitz
      A differential equation is an equation that relates a function to one or more of its derivatives. - The above rather boring description does little to convey just how fundamental, widespread, and amazingly effective differential equations are in describing the world around us. - Examples: Anything in motion. Also, many things that are not in motion. Also, many additional things to which the word "motion" does not really apply. - Further examples: spaceships in orbit, populations growing and shrinking, a cup of coffee slowly cooling, springs bouncing, financial markets rising and falling, electrical current flowing through a circuit, ocean waves, sound waves, light waves, vibrations in musical instruments and airplane wings and suspension bridges, - More examples: Pretty much everything. Topics include methods of solving ordinary differential equations and applications to various problems. Course Avatar and Site Header from a photo by Flickr user Timitrius: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nox_noctis_silentium/3929249893
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    • 3x3x3 led cube
      Main purpose for this project is to control the led by sending the signal from the arduino to the led to make light show
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    • A la Carte
      A La Carte is your personal pathway to finding the hidden secrets of NYC dining. NYC is a concrete jungle with hundreds of restauraunts and lounges; A La Carte is a blog where we guide you to finding those special martinis or dishes you crave for in these places. Whether its a quick bite, fine dIne, or tasty cocktail, were here to help you maximize your food, beverage and hospitality experience in NYC.
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    • A Remote Monitoring Platform
      The ability to obtain data remotely is convenient and cost effective. An unmanned quadrotor helicopter would be outfitted with monitoring devices. These devices would have the capabilities of locating and recording the status of an object (human or animal). This data would then be made available to a central command and control location, where analysis of the data would be done. Tutorial for site navigation: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/cet4982/files/2011/06/Navigating-Openlab-as-a-member.doc To edit site click the following link: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/cet4982/wp-admin/
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    • ABaoAd
      A love-hate for NYC ads
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    • Accounting 101
      Extensive study of business transactions
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    • AD1200 Project #1
      Redesigning the American Flag. Your design must convey a social issue in the United States. Create a visual image that combines your social issue with the elements of the American Flag.
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    • 6 years, 9 months ago

      A. Vargas

    • ADGA Internship
      The ADGA Internship course on OpenLab enables students to share their internship experiences with fellow students and faculty via journal posts and comments on the Course Site. Course Info: Assignment to fieldwork/study situations of approximately eight to ten hours per week at an internship site approved by the department Internship Director: an advertising agency, graphic design firm, corporate design office, publications art department, photography or illustration studio, TV or multimedia production company. Each student keeps a log/journal to be shared in group seminars. Supervision is by faculty and by the supervisor at the internship site. Internships may be undertaken during the fall, spring or summer.
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    • 7 years ago

      Tunde Disu

    • ADV 1100 Graphic Design Principle 1
      This foundation design and color theory course explores graphic communication from idea development to final execution through the understanding of the elements and principles of design, as well as the design process. Students study the basic tenets of design, color, and content creation, while employing: Research Experimentation Development of Skill, Craft and Voice Expression of Form, Emotions or Concepts Thoughtful Assessment (verbal and written) Significant commitment of time Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design.
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    • ADV 1100 Graphic Design Principles I
      This is an introduction to the study of design for visual communication as in majors/professions of advertising, graphic design, game design, web design,photography, illustration. Visual language does not use words, it uses elements as ideas understood by seeing, responding, recognizing and interpreting. Design principles govern the way visual elements are arranged. Color is a core topic of study as well as an element of design; its behaviors and attributes act as a major influence on perception and emotion. This course uses theory and practice to develop working methods and content. Solving problems as a process begins with research and comparisons of visual styles, trends, masterworks, and cultural influences. The development of visual criteria begins with sketching and representing ideas, articulating and presenting concepts, critical thinking as writing and speaking. Presentation, and methods of working are developed as skills and an output of several projects in a portfolio, in hands-on and digital media.
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      Jane Haimes

    • ADV 2340 Digital Photography 2
      In this intermediate class, students use photographic style and light to transform subject matter in order to communicate ideas and feelings.
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    • ADV 3662 Interactive Animation-Fall 2014
      Vector-based animation and interactivity are important presentation tools for engaging the user. The goal of this course is to teach the development of time-based animation skills. It will introduce the concepts of the timeline and vector art for use on the World Wide Web using software such as Flash. This course is a prerequisite for the Interactive Art Direction and Interactive Interface Design courses.
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    • ADV#1292 Section#D173 Three-Dimensional Design
      Principles of three-dimensional design. Course covers an analysis of form and space. Topics include: hollow forms both geometric and organic; architectonic organization of space; light and shadow; geometric solids; the modular unit; form and structure in nature; linear forms with membranes; movement. Applications to packaging, architecture, sculpture and environmental design and graphics. Materials and inherent properties governing their use in form and space.
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    • ADV1100
      Graphic Design Principles 1
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    • ADV1100
      This basic design and color theory course explores graphic communication through the understanding of the elements and principles of design, as well as the design process, including idea development through final execution. Students develop basic skills in two-dimensional design, color and content creation while employing the design process of research, sketching and experimentation. Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design. Image credit John Gall New York, New York, USA via RockPaperInk.com
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    • ADV1100 D108 LEC29171
      This basic, hands-on, mostly traditional-material design and color theory course explores graphic communication through the understanding of the elements and principles of design, as well as the design process, including idea development through final execution. Students develop skills in two-dimensional design, color and content creation while employing the design process of research, sketching and experimentation. Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design
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    • ADV1100 Graphic Design Principles (SP14)
      This foundation design and color theory course explores graphic communication from idea development to final execution. Through hands-on experiments, collaborative learning, and individual projects students will learn the language and process of design thinking and gain a solid foundation in design principles and practices. While studying the basic tenets of design students develop visual literacy by following a design process: 1. Research 2. Experimentation 3. Development of Skill, Craft and Voice 4. Expression of Form, Emotions or Concepts 5. Thoughtful Assessment (verbal and written) 6. Record of significant commitment of time Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design.
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    • ADV1100 Graphic Design Principles 1
      Through hands-on experiments, collaborative learning, and individual projects, students will learn the language and process of design thinking and gain a solid foundation in design principles and practices. Students develop visual literacy while studying the basic tenets of design, color, and content creation through: 1. Research 2. Experimentation 3. Development of Skill, Craft and Voice 4. Expression of Form, Emotions or Concepts 5. Thoughtful Assessment (verbal and written) 6. Significant commitment of time Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design.
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    • 8 years, 5 months ago

      Ryan Samaroo

    • ADV1100 Graphic Design Principles 1
      This foundation design and color theory course explores graphic communication from idea development to final execution. Through hands-on experiments, collaborative learning, and individual projects students will learn the language and process of design thinking and gain a solid foundation in design principles and practices. While studying the basic tenets of design students develop visual literacy by following a design process: 1. Research 2. Experimentation 3. Development of Skill, Craft and Voice 4. Expression of Form, Emotions or Concepts 5. Thoughtful Assessment (verbal and written) 6. Record of significant commitment of time Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design.
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    • 8 years, 4 months ago

      mousumi

    • ADV1100 Graphic Design Principles I (FA13)
      This foundation design and color theory course explores graphic communication from idea development to final execution. Through hands-on experiments, collaborative learning, and individual projects students will learn the language and process of design thinking and gain a solid foundation in design principles and practices. While studying the basic tenets of design students develop visual literacy by following a design process: 1. Research 2. Experimentation 3. Development of Skill, Craft and Voice 4. Expression of Form, Emotions or Concepts 5. Thoughtful Assessment (verbal and written) 6. Record of significant commitment of time Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design.
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    • 7 years, 9 months ago

      Jenna Spevack

    • ADV1100 – Graphic Principles 1 – SP14
      The study and use of graphic elements and principles geared to the development of sensitivity to the nature of graphic relationships and their control within a given framework. Finding solutions to problems of abstract, conceptual, expressive and applied character, with increasing awareness of the range of properties of black and white and color. Identifying the characteristics, physical properties and psychological effects of black and white and of color for visual expression and practical graphic application. 1 class hour, 5 lab hours, 3 credits.
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    • ADV1103 Foundation Drawing, Fall 14_Tues
      This drawing course introduces basic concepts, tools, techniques and the role of drawing in design, illustration, animation and games. The course will also cover projection systems, plans, elevations, sections, oblique, isometric, one-point perspective and two-point perspective views.
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    • ADV1103 Foundation Drawing, SP14_Tues
      This drawing course introduces basic concepts, tools, techniques and the role of drawing in design, illustration, animation and games. The course will also cover projection systems, plans, elevations, sections, oblique, isometric, one-point perspective and two-point perspective views.
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    • ADV1161
      Publication Media is an intro design course and uses the program Adobe Indesign. Visit pubmediaclass.wordpress.com just for fun
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    • ADV1162 Raster & Vector Graphics, SP2014
      (From the course catalog.) In this course, students will learn concepts and applied theories of digital media and the two fundamental graphic forms: raster and vector digital images and will define and describe similar and contrasting factors in each kind of image. The comparison will also recommend the best practice, specification or standard for using a specific form in a specific application. The course will include basic digital imaging terminology, and techniques including size, resolution, color space and file elements, measurements and file formats. Students are introduced to digital imaging concepts through software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on the Macintosh operating system. Scanning and digital photography are integrated into lesson plans.
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    • ADV1162Raster&VectorF2013
      Eat Your Words Food and its connection with identity and culture. This class is paired with Professor Devers’ English Composition 1, ENG 1101 as part of a learning community. Students will use their writing projects from English to explore concepts of visual literacy and visual storytelling. Using the theme of food and culture, students will explore the creative process and principles of design. Ultimately students will be encouraged to discover new relationships between typographic form, space, and structure with the content from their own writing projects. In this course, students will learn concepts and applied theories of digital media and the two fundamental graphic forms: raster and vector digital images and will define and describe similar and contrasting factors in each kind of image. The comparison will also recommend the best practice, specification or standard for using a specific form in a specific application. The course will include basic digital imaging terminology, and techniques including size, resolution, color space and file elements, measurements and file formats. Students are introduced to digital imaging concepts through software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on the Macintosh operating system. Scanning and digital photography are integrated into lesson plans.
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    • 7 years, 7 months ago

      M. Genevieve Hitchings

    • ADV1162Raster&VectorF2014
      Eat Your Words Food and its connection with identity and culture. This class is paired with Professor Devers’ English Composition 1, ENG 1101 as part of a learning community. Students will use their writing projects from English to explore concepts of visual literacy and visual storytelling. Using the theme of food and culture, students will explore the creative process and principles of design. Ultimately students will be encouraged to discover new relationships between typographic form, space, and structure with the content from their own writing projects. In this course, students will learn concepts and applied theories of digital media and the two fundamental graphic forms: raster and vector digital images and will define and describe similar and contrasting factors in each kind of image. The comparison will also recommend the best practice, specification or standard for using a specific form in a specific application. The course will include basic digital imaging terminology, and techniques including size, resolution, color space and file elements, measurements and file formats. Students are introduced to digital imaging concepts through software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on the Macintosh operating system. Scanning and digital photography are integrated into lesson plans.
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    • 6 years, 5 months ago

      Octaviuz

    • ADV2327 Typography 2 Fall 2014
      Design superstars at Citytech learning how to use Typography to create effective design and communications
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    • ADV3351 Web Design – ADV XHTML & CSS
      Advanced web design is a continuation of ADV2450 Web 1, a prerequisite of this course. Students will study, in further detail, HTML and CSS to ensure that they have a solid foundation. It is assumed that students have a solid grasp of Photoshop and Illustrator, and their proper workflow integration with Dreamweaver. The course is focused on completing a website, designing and building it, as well as writing all the content for the site. A portfolio site is not appropriate for the final project, and will not be acceptable. Each student will select at least one affiliate program which is appropriate for their site’s concept. They will register with the affiliate program, and practice effective content development with the goal of driving traffic to their site, and making income. Introduction to the uses of HTML 5, CSS3, PHP, Javascript, and other technologies will be reviewed in this course.
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    • 7 years, 7 months ago

      Marzana

    • ADV4900 D298 FA2014
      Assignment to find fieldwork/study situations of approximately eight hours per week at an internship site approved by the Department Internship instructor such as an advertising agency, graphic design firm, corporate design office, publications art department, photography or illustration studio, TV or multimedia production company. Students will be required to keep a learning journal of their internship in the form of a blog using Openlab. A portion of the class will be devoted to presenting and sharing experiences with classmates. Students will learn how to assess their talents, update their resume, and promote themselves and their work through social networks. Students will be required to setup and maintain at least two social media networks such as: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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