Faculty/Staff

I. Exploring Our City

  • Explore Downtown Brooklyn with #TheGuide
  • Take a student-made Spooky Tour through Gothic NYC

II. Teaching and Learning Resources

  • The City Tech Guide has great information about how students can navigate City Tech and work with their advisors.
  • The Fuse Lab has Intro tutorials for fabrication software (i.e. Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, 3-D Printing at City Tech).
  • Learn about the Science Fiction Archive and annual Science Fiction Symposium at City Tech: Science Fiction at City Tech
  • Check out this great resource for Exploring Quantitative Reasoning
  • Words Have Lives offers many resources, from help with essay grammar, structure, and strategy to specific resources offered at City Tech, such as the Learning Center where students can go for help with their writing
  • Biological Sciences Department – see ‘Student Resources’ Page
  • Bridges to the Baccalaureate – provides academic support and research mentoring to associates degree students in Biology, Chemistry, or Psychology, who will transfer to Brooklyn College to finish their degrees
  • Opening Gateways – learn more about this initiative at City Tech that aims to support students with gateway math courses.
  • Winter Python Workshop 2018 offers users access to basic rules and tips for using Python, as well as practice lessons.

II. Pedagogy

Course Development Resources

Examples: Cultivating Conversation

Examples: General Assignments

Examples: Integrating Technology into Your Discipline

Examples: Blogging with/by students on the OpenLab

Examples: Research Project Assignments on the OL

Examples: Facilitating Peer Review / Writing Development

Tips: Designing Your Site with Information Sharing in Mind

Publicly-engaged Teaching and Learning

Open Educational Resources

III. Student ePortfolio Examples

IV. Community-Building & Professional Development Opportunities for You and Your Students

V. Publicizing and Coordinating Your Scholarship

VI. Exploring the OpenLab