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Whether you’re a veteran educator or teaching for the first time, our team is here to support your teaching needs.
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The Baruch CTL is pleased to announce the launch of our AI Resources webpage, a compendium of information about AI in the academic environment curated with commentary by our staff. There you’ll also find a schedule of our monthly fall 2023 workshops on AI and…
The Center for Teaching and Learning invites you to join us for a series of discussions and events this fall about AI and ChatGPT in educational contexts. These discussions, occurring once each month via Zoom, will be guided by a central topic and will create a space for discussion among faculty about how we can adapt our teaching to a quickly changing landscape in the nature of work and learning.
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We have aggregated our online teaching resources here, so that you may be able to explore and learn about teaching online, in your own way, wherever you may be, and on your own time.
Active learning refers to teaching techniques that encourage active participation, student engagement, and the co-construction of knowledge. Explore the CTL’s resources on active learning.
Since 2020, we’ve collected data on student experiences at Baruch. This data provides the CTL with actionable information to help the largest number of faculty adjust their pedagogy as efficiently as possible. Learn more about the findings from this ongoing study.
This Zoom guide is designed for all the instructors who need a remote/virtual class meeting platform to support any of the learning modalities currently offered by Baruch.
Inspired by our study of student experiences at Baruch, we’ve created a learning guide that faculty can share with students. This guide includes tons of tips and strategies for a successful semester.
TeachOER offers faculty a catalog to browse purveyors and websites that host openly licensed materials. As you will see on the site, OER can range from open access (free) textbooks, to lesson plans, to educational videos, to interactive websites, and more.
Blogs@Baruch is an online publishing and academic networking platform for the Baruch College community, maintained collaboratively by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Baruch Computing and Technology Center.
The CUNY 1969 Project is an interactive, narrativized platform that explores the history of the Five Demands student protest movement, and brings CUNY history archives of student movements into the classroom and curriculum.
Vocat is a teaching and learning platform that facilitates qualitative and quantitative assessment of a range of media. Faculty and students can upload videos, pictures, and audio directly into Vocat using a simple drag-and-drop interface.
Here you’ll find guidance for designing and implementing your hybrid course and a browsable collection of sample teaching materials, including syllabi, assignments, activities, and reflections from faculty who designed a hybrid course as part of the Baruch CTL Hybrid Seminar.
Here you’ll find information about teaching with free, open-source digital tools—platforms for learning that don’t monetize your or our students’ data. On our Open-Source Tools for Teaching site, we offer tutorials for getting started with select key tools and further context for working with openly licensed media.
Get in touch with us
Location: Newman Library Building, 151 E. 25th Street, 6th Floor, Room 648.
Directions: When exiting elevators, turn right and go all the way down to the double doors at the end of the hall. Swipe in, or call us at: (646) 312-1565.