5 Tips for Maintaining Your OpenCUNY Site & Making it Sparkle

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info Following these five tips will help keep your site in tip-top shape!

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Five Twitter Users to Follow (Fall 2013 Edition)

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info For our first round-up up interesting Twitter users to follow, we touch on the basics with the main GC accounts and (of course) ours. You have to start somewhere, right?

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Five Student Blogs to Visit (Fall 2013 Edition)

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info In this first round-up of interesting student-run sites on OpenCUNY, we highlight the online homes of several organizations specifically working on behalf of GC students, a page to see new posts from across OpenCUNY.

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Adding Non-GC Users to Your OpenCUNY Site

–Post originally created by Margaret Galavan for OpenCUNY.info While OpenCUNY is offered for the benefit of the Graduate Center community, there are times when you may want people not affiliated with the GC to have the ability to edit an OpenCUNY website. Maybe you’re running a conference, hosting an event, working in an organization, doing co-research, …

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Internet Society Posts Video of @OpenCUNY + @OpenITP #TA3M Event

From the Internet Society’s New York Chapter: At the OpenITP Techno-Activism Third Monday on May 20, 2013 at CUNY Graduate Center NYC, OpenCUNY presented Alfredo Lopez, founder of May First/People Link (MF/PL), who shared his experience running a progressive and collaborative ISP. Video is below.

DSC Final Hiring Reminder: Two (Paid) OpenCUNY Coordinator Positions

Dear OpenCUNYers – As many of you know, the DSC plenary recently approved the hiring for a third coordinator. The new Coordinator for Organizing & Action will join the existing two coordinator positions to provided better support for our participants in the upcoming academic year, and to expand the scope of OpenCUNY’s current activities. Below …

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Reminder: Vote for the 2013-14 OpenCUNY Board by tomorrow!

Don’t forget to vote for the 2013-14 OpenCUNY Board (polls are open until April 30th, 11:59 p.m.). To vote, you must be a registered participant of OpenCUNY.org. To vote for yourself or another OpenCUNY participant, click the following link to the DSC eBallot nomination site and follow the login instructions: https://eballot4.votenet.com/dsc/login.cfm. Short bios of the nominees are available …

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Nominations for the 2013-14 OpenCUNY Board

Nominations for the 2013-14 OpenCUNY Board are now open (until February 28th, 11:59 p.m.). To place a nomination, you must be a registered participant of OpenCUNY.org. To nominate yourself or another OpenCUNY participant to the OpenCUNY Board, click the following link to the DSC eBallot nomination site and follow the login instructions: https://eballot4.votenet.com/dsc/login.cfm ABOUT THE BOARD: The OpenCUNY Board consists …

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Join the Internet Research Team today & this semester!

Are you conducting or thinking about online or digital research for your dissertation or other projects? Interested in meeting other digital scholars and learning about new initiatives at the Graduate Center, including student funding? The Internet Research Team (IRT), a collaborative of GC students, faculty, librarians, and administrators, aims to create a space (both online …

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(2/23) International Open Data Day: Occupy Sandy data release

From Suzanne: We’ll be working with Occupy Sandy to get a data set ready for the March 1/2nd Occupy Data Hackathon. Part of that will involve digitizing and preprocessing existing data so that we can more easily use it is a variety of analysis and visualization tools. Also, it is a big help to Occupy Sandy efforts.If …

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