Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning

CCNMTL partners with Columbia University faculty to enhance teaching and learning through the purposeful use of technology and new media. The Center supports a range of efforts from basic course websites to advanced projects.



Provost's Office Announces Teaching and Learning Initiative for Faculty

A new "Request for Proposals" offers grants of $5K-$20K, and in-kind support from CCNTML, for faculty blended learning projects. MORE
CCNMTL News & Postings

Richard Stallman Visits Columbia On October 17

On October 17th, at 10:30am Richard Stallman will give a free talk in 523 Butler Library: "Libre Software, Libre Education" (Columbia ID required). MORE

CCNMTL October 2014 Newsletter Features Faculty Stories

This month our newsletter features a number of great faculty stories, and some new events coming up at the Center. Learn more about our collaborative... MORE

Columbia University Launches Website Dedicated to 2014 Edward M. Kennedy Prize Winner

A new interactive website that explores Dominique Morisseau’s compelling depiction of Detroit in 1967. MORE

A Celebration of Maxine Greene

In recognition of the October 6, 2014 event at Teachers College celebrating the life of Maxine Greene, we share this wonderful video from our archives. MORE

Perry Mehrling on MOOCs and Blended Learning

Professor Perry Mehrling has been teaching at Barnard for more than 25 years. A core part of his offering for the last 15 years has... MORE

This Week at the Center: September 29, 2014

Blended Learning, the Fall Premieres at Morningside and CUMC, success with flipping the classroom, and faculty and student feedback. MORE