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Internal Social Networks May Help Break Down Institutional Silos

“Internal Social Networks May Help Break Down Institutional Silos” October 1, 2010 – Richard Nantel Brandon Hall Research’s Newletter/BlogWorkPlace Learning Today featured the CUNY Academic Commons efforts to use social networking to break down institutional silos. Institutional silos are a reality of all large organizations; whether in academia, the private sector, or government. Internal social […]

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New College Social Networks, Unlike Facebook, Foster Academic Interaction

“New College Social Networks, Unlike Facebook, Foster Academic Interaction” October 10, 2010 –Travis Kaya In its “Technology” column, The Chronicle of Higher Education featured CUNY Academic Commons and University of Pennsylvania’s Open Learning Commons as premiere “learning communities.” Universities are turning to social networking to create online learning communities that mix serious academic work, and connections among […]

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CUNY Social Network Mixes Scholarship With Facebook-Style Friendship

“CUNY Social Network Mixes Scholarship With Facebook-Style Friendship” September 29, 2010 –Travis Kaya CUNY Academic Commons was featured in “Wired Campus” column of the Chronicle for Higher Education. Rather than setting the Academic Commons in stone, the committee [on Academic Technology] decided that it would leave the platform design—and the source code—open for user input, […]

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Never Mind the Edupunks; or, The Great Web 2.0 Swindle

“Never Mind the Edupunks; or, The Great Web 2.0 Swindle” July/August, 2010 – Brian Lamb andJim Groom In their article in Educause, the authors discuss the future of educational technology and note the accomplishments of the CUNY Academic Commons. …we offer a shout-out to the jaw-dropping CUNY Academic Commons … which seamlessly integrates the open-source […]

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WordPress a Better LMS

“WordPress a Better LMS” March 18, 2010 – David Parry CUNY Academic Commons was one of three examples listed in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Prof Hacker” column about how to use WordPress as a LMS tool. This is a really advanced WordPress set-up … an example of what could be done University wide if […]

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