DISTANCE LEARNING & VIDEO CONFERENCING SUPPORT 

 

1. One-on-one Appointments & Webinars

One-on-one appointments with CETL and the webinars are listed in the Calendly registration area below. A link to join the 1:1 session will be emailed to you after you register. 

2. Distance Learning & Conferencing Bridge

CETL staff will not be available on the Bridge in July. Please make a one-on-one appointment using the scheduler above.

3. After-hours Blackboard Support

Weeknights from 8:00 pm to 8:00 am the next morning  

Weekends from 8:00 pm Friday night to 8:00 am Monday morning. 

Please see After Hours Blackboard Support for information. 

Our Team

Julia Brown

Assistant Director

Adjunct Lecturer

OER Fellow

 

Ana Marjanovic

Instructional Designer

Adjunct Lecturer

OER Fellow

 

Jeffrey Clapp

Video Manager

 

Location

Due to the campus closure announced on March 15 via the CUNY alert system, Bb support is moved online. Please check https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/cetl periodically for the latest updates and webinars.

Hours

10 am - 5 pm

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Our Mission

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at CCNY reports to the Provost Office and provides technical and pedagogical support for full and part-time faculty. Our mission is to work with faculty in various disciplines to reflect upon and improve their teaching practice while also exploring the potential for new technologies to enhance learning. 

Through online one-on-one appointments and webinars, CETL staff mentors faculty in using Learning Management System (Blackboard) for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and converting their courses into OER, and assists with curriculum development for the classroom, hybrid, and online courses. 

 

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