Request a Workshop!

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Are you interested in having an OpenLab workshop for your department, office or group?

The OpenLab is accepting requests for focused workshops for the faculty, staff, or students in your departments, offices, and other stakeholder groups at City Tech. Instead of more general offerings, we’re interested in meeting the needs of your group through targeted workshops designed specifically for you.

Not sure what might be of interest and/or use to your faculty? Here are some suggestions:

  • Close Reading and Collaborative Digital Annotation with Hypothesis on the OpenLab
  • Conceiving and Building OERs on the OpenLab
  • Sharing & Remixing Pedagogy: Rethinking Copyright and Attribution on the OpenLab
  • Supporting Multimedia Pedagogy with the OpenLab

If you are interested in having the OpenLab lead workshops for your department, office, or group, fill out our form by clicking the “Request a Workshop” button below. Your responses will give us a better idea of your needs, when you’d like the workshop to occur, and for how many people. Once we receive your request we’ll evaluate it and work with you to develop a workshop plan that works best for you.

Please note that these workshops are accepted on a rolling basis, so get your requests in early if you want to have the workshop this semester.  

We look forward to working with you!

Request a Workshop!

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In addition to these focused workshops. The OpenLab hosts Open Pedagogy events twice a semester. These events bring together faculty from across City Tech, and across CUNY for focused discussions of particular aspects of open pedagogy, with an emphasis on how these aspects take place on the OpenLab and in other similar digital environments. Recent topics include annotation, copyright and attribution, multimedia pedagogy, and writing.

Learn more on our in-house site, Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab.