Paul

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Name: Paul Hebert
Date registered: September 22, 2015

Latest posts

  1. [Event] Managing Your Digital Footprint – 4/10 — April 5, 2019
  2. OpenCUNY Prospective: Reflecting on the Past, Imagining the Future — May 3, 2017
  3. Scott Dexter: Intersections of CUNY History & Open Source Tech. — March 21, 2017
  4. Five Student Sites on OpenCUNY (Spring 2017 Edition) — February 9, 2017
  5. 11/9 Event: CUNY History & Open Source Tech — October 27, 2016

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OpenCUNY Fall 2014 Welcome

Dearest OpenCUNY participants, OpenCUNY, the student-governed, open source, academic medium for The Graduate Center, CUNY community, where you can build the website of your dreams through a WordPress interface, would like to warmly welcome you back to another academic year here in this Midtown labyrinth (distinctly lacking in David Bowie). It’s been great to meet …

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Using OpenCUNY for a Conference

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info The OpenCUNY Coordinator for Organizing and Action is here to help you work through what you could do to use OpenCUNY in your conference planning, not just to get your information online, but also to help you streamline the organizing and make it easier for you! OpenCUNY …

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Alumni on OpenCUNY: 3 Tips

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info In short, yes, you can use OpenCUNY as an alum. OpenCUNY is created by and for The Graduate Center, CUNY students, and we know that GC connections and projects often continue after graduation. We strongly support our alums and their projects that continue to build on existing …

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I Am In Charge of an Organization–What Next?

–Post originally created by Christina Nadler  for OpenCUNY.info Are you a chair of a DSC Chartered Organization? Are you thinking of starting a DSC Chartered Org? OpenCUNY can support you in the creation of a website for your organization. We can also give you access to a site previously created for your Chartered Org. If …

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Check Your Spam: 3 Tips & PSA

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info Spam comments aren’t just annoying—they’re potentially dangerous and a strain on our system. Read more to find out how you can do your part to keep OpenCUNY safe and running smoothly!

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Password Protecting Your Materials & Documents

Note: This post was created out of a demonstration for the Beyond the Blog: Making Your (Digital) Teaching Portfolio event. Further resources on teaching portfolios from the event can be found here. When you’re posting materials online, sometimes you don’t want everything to be publicly visible to everyone. Other than setting a site-wide privacy level (see …

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Reportback & Resources from Beyond the Blog: Making Your (Digital) Teaching Portfolio

On Friday, April 25th OpenCUNY hosted the 3rd event in the Beyond the Blog series, this time focusing on how to create and share your (digital) teaching portfolio. The event was lead by Julia Jordan, a nationally recognized leader in experiential education with over forty years experience across the educational spectrum. Julia holds the title of …

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Materials from Authors’ Rights Event

On March 28, Jill Cirasella, Associate Librarian for Public Services and Scholarly Communication, led an event (co-sponsored by OpenCUNY) on authors’ rights. Jill has kindly allowed us to share the following resources from the event on OpenCUNY. Here are the slides from the event: http://www.slideshare.net/cirasella/you-know-what-you-write-but-do-you-know-your-rights Here’s SHERPA/RoMEO, the tool for getting a quick snapshot of a publisher’s/journal’s …

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OpenCUNY’s Fifth Birthday Celebration

On February 28th, 2014 OpenCUNY celebrated our Fifth Birthday. [View the story “OpenCUNY’s Fifth Birthday Party” on Storify]

OpenCUNY and WordPress Lingo

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info It’s almost impossible not to talk in code (pun-intended) when discussing how websites work. This handout explains some of the terms we often use when speaking about WordPress and OpenCUNY. Open-source: Software for which the original source code is made freely available and may be redistributed and modified. WordPress is a …

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