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Anime, Illustration, Virtual Reality

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English 2001: Introduction to Literature I Fiction

English 2001: Introduction to Literature I Fiction

Together, we will learn the elements of fiction and practice close reading through various short stories and two post-apocalyptic novels that explore notions of identity, storytelling, and imagining other possibilities/worlds. In particular, we will consider how the texts’ settings constrain their narrators, and how these narrators make sense—through language—of their lives when they don’t always have control over what happens to them. We will pay close attention to how these narrators constantly revisit, revise, and re-imagine their stories, blurring the lines between fiction and fact, and re-shaping the plots, themselves, and their worlds in the process. “Analysis and critical understanding of selected fiction. Exams and essays based on readings.”

Web 3 – Fall 2021

Web 3 – Fall 2021

This is an intensive course covering the planning, design and build of dynamic websites. We will learn all that goes into the process of making a website, from learning and understanding client needs; molding those needs into a comprehensive game plan; creating an attractive and use-centric design; and using current technologies to bring it all together into a fully operational website. Students should have experience with HTML and CSS, a basic understanding of how web hosting and domains work, and a total openness to new ideas.

2015 Spring – MAT 2680 Differential Equations – Reitz

2015 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 Mat Che: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcinteractivity/

ARCH and ENG FYLC F2020

ARCH and ENG FYLC F2020

This is the First Year Learning Community bringing together ARCH 1101 and ENG 1101 in Fall 2020. ARCH 1101, Introduction to Architecture: Understanding architecture is achieved by developing a visual literacy of New York City’s built environment. Using the city as a living laboratory, students explore concepts of design, composition, and construction by sketching and writing about their direct experience of buildings. Focus workshops on freehand drawing techniques, basic drafting skills, graphic standards, 2D and 3D composition, writing about buildings and their construction, and reading architectural drawings are central to this course. Students develop graphic skills and the basic foundation to talk, write, and graphically express architecture and its construction. ENG 1101, English Composition 1, is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including use of the library. College-level readings are assigned for class-wide discussion and as a basis for writing projects.

Course Template Tour

Course Template Tour

This course presents the default OpenLab Course Template. The template determines how courses appear when they’re first created and is designed to support best practices for teaching online using the OpenLab.

My Projects

Sandbox Project

Sandbox Project

Sandbox site for workshops! WORKSHOP FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS: tinyurl.com/openlabsurvey

Grace Gallery

Grace Gallery

Grace Gallery is located on the 11th floor of Namm at the New York City College of Technology – City Tech. The project site hosts a calendar of upcoming exhibitions, event listings, BFA Show submission forms, and more!

The Inner Buzz

The Inner Buzz

A space for The Buzz Team to share, plan and be great!

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My Clubs

SADHA

SADHA

Student American Dental Hygiene Association is a student organization for first and second-year Dental Hygiene students, faculty, and alumni. Please become a member by clicking “Join now” and Welcome to SADHA!

Distance Runners of City Tech

Distance Runners of City Tech

Marathoners and half-marathoners unite!

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

The Computer Systems Technology (CST) Colloquium is dedicated to providing the students, staff, and faculty of New York City College of Technology, the City University of New York, and the greater public with access to information regarding the latest developments in computing from both a research and industrial perspective. We strive to schedule speakers that have a prominent influence in the computing field and that can engage our audience to have a deeper understanding and passion for computers, software engineering, programming languages, networks, and other topics.

City Tech Times

City Tech Times

City Tech Times is the official name of the student managed and operated college newspaper of New York City College of Technology (CUNY). Our primary objective is to report news in a specialized format to our diverse student population. Our goal is to provide a forum for students to voice their opinions and concerns on issues that relate or affect them. Our office is in Atrium 310 (in between the Pearl and G Buildings), and we’re open 5-days a week. Feel free to stop by to find out how you can get involved with CTT. CONNECT with us via facebook.com/citytechtimes and on Twitter @citytechtimes You can email us at nycct.newtechtimes@gmail.com or call the office at 718.260.5453.