Macaulay Honors College students use the latest tools of the digital age--including blogs, wikis, discussion forums and podcasts--to support collaboration, integrative learning, community building, and student-centered pedagogies.
Technology breaks down the walls of the classroom, helping students participate in the vast resources of New York City and the global classroom. From creating multimedia websites and videos, to researching real-world data and issues and applying that research to crucial policy issues, Macaulay students work with the same tools that experts use to create, investigate, and communicate.
At the start of the freshman year, each Macaulay student receives a free laptop computer, and in one of the first orientation activities they begin to work with their Instructional Technology Fellows (ITFs).
ITFs are CUNY doctoral students in a wide range of academic disciplines, carefully selected for their familiarity and experience using technology both in the classroom and in research.
Instructional Technology Fellowships
Do you want an opportunity to link technology and learning? If so, apply for the Instructional Technology Fellowship with Macaulay Honors College at CUNY. Current doctoral students at the CUNY Graduate Center are eligible to apply.
For more information or to apply, visit The ITF Program Site »
The application deadline for 2012-2013 ITFs is March 16, 2012
Teaching - Learning - Technology
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The Macaulay ITF Program
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