What features are particular to online courses? What techniques and practices work best to engage students in online classes? How can an online course become a positive learning experience for students and instructors? BMCC faculty and staff discussed these questions on March 26, 2015.READ MORE
How can faculty utilize the internet to increase access to their scholarship and to provide students with an alternative to costly textbooks? Faculty and staff gathered to discuss these questions on April 15, 2015, in the Richard Harris Terrace. “The Power of Open: Unlocking Your Research and Course Materials for Maximum Impact” was the theme of this year’s Joe Doctor Colloquium.
“Curators hang a group show for visual connections,” Prof. Elisa Decker (Music & Art) explained to an attentive audience in the March 4th 2015 Gallery Tour of the faculty show titled “At This Moment.”READ MORE
On May 5, 2015 BMCC faculty from across the departments came together to share and celebrate their recent publications. The focus of the day was the publication of creative works. The centerpiece was a panel discussion that addressed the process of writing and publishing creative work, as well as moving back and forth between creative and academic writing.READ MORE
Gone are the days of cynicism or fear over the use of technology in academia. We are moving forward and now asking “Not IF, but HOW.” This was the theme of Technology Day, which took place on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, in Richard Harris Terrace and the Promenade. Over 140 members of BMCC faculty and staff attended the event.READ MORE
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