Open & Digital Pedagogy: Teaching with WordPress and the CUNY Academic Commons

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

This workshop will present models and strategies for teaching with Wordpress. We’ll explore open teaching, considering methods and digital tools that allow instructors and their students to engage with wider audiences and public discourses. The workshop will also introduce the CUNY Academic Commons, a WordPress platform for the CUNY community, and demonstrate how this platform […]

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Introduction to Network Analysis with Python

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

Networks are increasingly common aspects of contemporary life: social networks, transportation networks, information networks, citation networks, and more. Networks consist of nodes (individual people or things) and edges (links, relationships, or interactions) that connect them. Researchers increasingly use network analysis to investigate the structures and connective relationships of networks relevant to their discipline. In this […]

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Betwyll: discover the potential of social reading

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

Betwyll is a social reading app which allow people to comment text in short messages. It can be employed as a didactic tool to make students read literary texts but it can also be applied to more performative texts, allowing people to express their skills and at the same time to build a community of […]

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Programming with R

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

R has become an indispensable tool for academics in a range of disciplines for analyzing data. Many users come to it though with limited programming experience which can often lead to many more headaches than anyone should reasonably suffer. This workshop attempts to make R a bit less painful. Fortunately the past few years have […]

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Introduction to Information Security

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

This workshop will cover issues of data security. What does it mean for data to be "secure"? What is data encryption? How might you begin to protect yourself from data surveillance, reconsider data storage, and think about personal privacy in an age of internet research? This workshop is designed for someone who has never really […]

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