OpenCUNY Fall 2015 Welcome; Our New Homepage & Activity Page

We at OpenCUNY would like to welcome you to the Fall 2015 semester, and we look forward to what you will create on our platform this academic year. As you’ll see on slides projected around The Graduate Center featuring current students and alums talking about what they love about OpenCUNY, OpenCUNY supports a diverse, engaged …

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How to Choose a Theme: 5 Tips

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info Especially when you’re building a new website, you might be thinking a lot about how your site should look. In WordPress, the look of the website is largely governed by its theme (learn more of the WordPress lingo here). With a number of themes available on OpenCUNY …

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Get answers

Visit OpenCUNY.info for tutorials, forms, and suggestions to build your OpenCUNY site!

Build your voice

Check out Mediated, one of the oldest active blogs on OpenCUNY, where alum Dr. Kiersten Greene writes on the intersections between digital research and pedagogy.

Build your organization

Like the CUNY Adjunct Project, you can use OpenCUNY to spread the word about events and activism!

Build a personal site

Create your digital presence on OpenCUNY like alum Dr. Edwin Mayorga. Email OpenCUNY Coordinators to learn more about building your own site.

Build a Program site

Various Graduate Center programs have built their sites on OpenCUNY. Current and prospective students are able to easily access program and event information.

Engage with GC Students

The Doctoral Students’ Council hosts several committee websites on OpenCUNY.org. Click to visit the DSC Health and Wellness site.

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April 2015 Library Workshops!

Upcoming library workshops cover GIS, SPSS, and Zotero. See the full list of events or check out the highlights below. Workshops are open to GC students and affiliated faculty! Tuesday, April 14: Why Can’t I Download That Ebook? Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) and the Politics of Electronic Reading, led by Alycia Sellie This workshop will take a …

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