Please see full details here. Students should consult with their advisors before electing the Credit/No Credit option.
This resources page provides faculty and staff with helpful digital trainings, resources and tools to successfully continue working remotely from home, professionally and personally.
Scroll down through the page to see all the useful information and tools available to you or select from the links to the right to be taken to a specific section of interest on the page.
CIS Training is offering some new, as well as some popular spring courses, to help you with a variety of remote work skills within Office 365 and Dropbox. You can view the most up-to-date calendar and register here .
Use the MS Teams environment to communicate with students, create channels for specific topics, share assignments and handouts, and have real-time video conferences.
This webinar goes over the basics of the Teams app: Access to the App, Navigation of the Interface, One-on-one Chatting, Creation of a Team, Meetings and File Collaboration.
This webinar builds on the basic knowledge from Teams for Beginners: Creating and Using Tags for Roles and Subgroups, Working with Private Channels, Searching and Filtering within Teams, Working with Tabs, Teams Best Practices.
This webinar covers the file management aspects of both OneDrive (me-space) and Teams (us-space), along with the best practices for each app.
You can use MS Planner to assign specific tasks to users, track progress and completion, and communicate feedback.
This webinar goes over the Office 365 task-management app - Planner. - Access and navigation - Creating Planner projects - Setting and assigning tasks - Integration with Teams
This webinar builds on the knowledge from the MS Planner webinar and goes over advanced organization of Planner elements, such as labels, checklists, color-coding, as well as some of the advanced settings available.
OneNote is a virtual notebook that you and students can use to organize course content. They can create tabs and sections for different courses, add links, images, and more all in one space.
Goes over accessibility features in Word and OneNote, such as Office Lens, Researcher, Alt Text, and others.
This webinar goes over the basics of access and navigation around OneNote, the Microsoft 365 note-gathering and collaboration application
Microsoft Stream is similar to YouTube and allows you to upload and share videos with students. Also, Stream allows you to create groups by adding students’ emails as users so that videos are restricted to a group of users only.
Goes over the basics of Stream - Creating and Uploading Videos, Permissions, Screen Recording.
Sway allows you to create powerful visual content like newsletters or flyers. Forms is a platform similar to Google Forms that allows you to create forms and distribute them to others.
This webinar will dive into Microsoft Sway and show various types of dynamic presentations you can create and Microsoft Forms for surveys and assessments. We will also cover how Sway and Forms tie into Teams for working together!
Dropbox is similar to OneDrive. It is a cloud storage service that you can use to store files in the cloud and share with students.
This webinar is an introduction to the Dropbox cloud storage solution. Topics covered: Access and Navigation, Syncing, Sharing and Permissions.
This webinar is an introduction to the Dropbox document-creation platform designed for collaborative work. Creating Paper docs, Paper features - timeline, to-do tasks, image and video, Sharing and collaborating.
Zoom is a web-conferencing application that you can use to have real-time video discussions with students. It can also be used to hold office hours virtually and record mini-lectures in advance of class time
One-hour open Q&A session - an opportunity to ask our Zoom learning partners all of your Zoom-related questions.
Please note: You will need to sign into Office 365 with your CUNY-provided Microsoft account credentials, which are the same as your CUNY Login in order to access the Stream channels and the registration form (Username:Firstname.Lastnamefirstname.lastname@example.org).
For CIS technology training support for Office 365, Dropbox, Blackboard and CUNYfirst across CUNY
LaGuardia I.T. is a member of HETS which allows all LaGuardia faculty, staff and students to benefit from the many valuable services HETS offers.
HETS regularly schedules webinars in English and Spanish regarding technology, distance learning and related topics to support faculty and administrators on this new modality. We will post future HETS webinars in this space as they are scheduled.
For help with any technology, contact the LaGuardia I.T. HelpDesk by:
This CUNY page will provide you with a variety of resources to help you navigate and utilize the sharing and collaborative services provided by the Microsoft Office365 platform, including the following applications:
If you have any questions about Microsoft Office 365 training contact CISTraining@cuny.edu
Accessing and using CUNY technology to support remote teaching, learning and work.
CUNY’s EAP (Employee Assistance Program) provider CCA@YourService offers free assistance, resources, referrals, and counseling available to you any time, any day, for any issue—all provided by qualified professionals.
Visit their website . The login code is: cuny. Once on the home page, you can access upcoming online seminars and prerecorded COVID-19 Virtual Support Offerings.
Visit the Aware Mindfulness Channel on the CCA@YourService website homepage to access short, audio mindfulness exercises that will help you focus, release tension and 'reset' for improved wellbeing. Although the channel text is in English, sessions are available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Mandarin and Italian. Please note although the web page lists these as Featured Videos, they are in fact audio files.
The mission of the Center for Learning in Practice is to improve professional learning and knowledge sharing in and across civil society organizations through Sustainable Learning programming, research, and services. The goal of the Higher Education - Teaching & Learning Cafe is to engage a diverse group of higher education faculty and stakeholders in a conversation about the challenges they face when it comes to learning and teaching, pedagogy and technology.