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.


CCNMTL News & Postings

Video: Faculty Showcase at RewirED Spring 2014

The Spring 2014 RewirED Faculty Showcase celebrated innovative uses of technology for teaching. The event featured lightning talks from seven of CCNMTL’s faculty partners. MORE

This Week at the Center: August 1, 2014

An important thread of activity that runs through the busy summer season at CCNMTL is that associated with faculty development workshops, which our staff facilitates for a variety of schools and programs in the University and its affiliates. MORE

ISTE 2014 Conference Draws CCNMTL Educational Technologists

CCNMTL educational technologists attended this year’s International Society for Technology and Education conference and were introduced to a number of interesting tools. MORE

Open Culture Lists Free Movies & Courses

Interested in movies to teach with – but face too many rights issues? Or too many platform choices? Whether documentaries are your thing – or... MORE

7th Annual Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning Kicks Off Tomorrow

The 7th annual Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning is a day-long workshop devoted to exploring effective teaching and learning strategies in health sciences education.... MORE

Join a Summer MOOC: Economics of Money and Banking Part 2 Launched

It's not too late to join Barnard College Professor Perry Mehrling for Part 2 of his Economics of Money and Banking course. Part 1 explored the... MORE

This Week at the Center: July 2, 2014

The third annual Teagle Summer Institute for graduate student teachers and a session on tools and strategies for supporting humanities faculty and students. MORE

Get in Sync with Web Conferencing: A Guide for Online Instructors

Asynchronous web-based learning environments–those not constrained by location and time–often fail to effectively facilitate the type of social interaction that is essential to the learning process. Web conferencing can provide a means to achieve greater social interaction in largely asynchronous courses. MORE