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.



Provostial Hybrid Learning Projects at Columbia

Sixteen Columbia faculty were awarded grants to support the redesign, delivery, and evaluation of their courses during the 2015 academic year. Learn more about their projects. MORE
CCNMTL News & Postings

Provost Releases Spring 2015 Hybrid Learning RFP

The Office of the Provost launches a new Hybrid Learning Request for Proposals (RFP). A town hall meeting for faculty will be held on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 11AM in Butler Library room 203. MORE

CCNMTL's Paul Stengel Provides Teacher Training in Brazil

CCNMTL Educational Technologist Paul Stengel travelled to Brazil, with Teachers College Professor Brian Perkins, to provide local teachers with professional development. MORE

CCNMTL's Peter Kaufman Moderates Panel at 2015 Digital Book World Conference

On January 14, CCNMTL Associate Director Peter B. Kaufman moderated the "Smarter Video Marketing" panel at Digital Book World in New York. MORE

Publishing Teaching: A New Opportunity for Higher Ed

This past fall Jim Fowler, a visiting professor in Ohio State University’s math department, moved to a tenure track appointment based on his demonstration... MORE

New Online Nursing Course Has Global Impact

In June 2013, the World Health Organization released new guidelines for treating and preventing HIV in middle-and low-income countries. Option B+, the new recommendation for... MORE

The Changing Landscape of Higher EdTech

From political forums to pundit roundtables to the family dining room, education is a hot topic. Many perceive growing deficiencies in access, affordability, and... MORE