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The Project Portfolio demonstrates the range of projects that CCNMTL has developed since its inception in early 1999. While each of these projects pursues its own objectives, the unifying feature across these efforts is the innovative use of learning technologies and the high level of interaction among faculty and technologists as they share ideas and collaboratively design curricular resources and tools. Projects emphasize collaboration, interaction, and student activity. View all CCNMTL projects.

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Urban Table: The Food Movement Serving NYC
Urban Table: The Food Movement Serving NYC Partner: Dr. Erin Hasinoff- Museum Anthropology
Museum Anthropology MA students in Dr. Erin Hasinoff's Exhibitions: Practical Considerations (offered in Spring 2015) explored some of the organizations and people that share the responsibility of nourishing New York City. Through independent fieldwork, Hasinoff's students had the opportunity to volunteer for and write about some food justice organizations that...

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Access: Open to all
Released: May 2015

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Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place
Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place Partner: Marjorie Lehman, Michelle Chesner, Adam Shear, and Joshua Teplitsky- Jewish Theological Seminary, Columbia University Libraries, University of Pittsburgh, and Stony Brook University
Footprints traces the history and movements of Jewish books during and after the early modern period. Each literary work or imprint represents a moment in time and space when an idea was conceived and documented, and in some cases shared with a chosen few, or distributed widely across regions or...

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Access: Released: March 2015

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Living and Learning: The History of Education in New York City
Living and Learning: The History of Education in New York City Partner: Bette Weneck- Teachers College, Center on History and Education (CHE).
Living and Learning: The History of Education in New York City is a collaboration between Professor Bette Weneck of Teachers College, Center on History and Education (CHE) and CCNMTL. The Living and Learning project supports Professor Weneck's course, The History of Education in New York City, which considers the social...

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Access: Private
Released: February 2015

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Education Leadership Development Experience (ELDEx)
Education Leadership Development Experience (ELDEx) Partner: Dr. Brian K. Perkins, Director- Urban Education Leadership Program
Columbia University Teachers College
A collaboration between the Urban Education Leaders Collaborative (UELC), lead by Dr. Brian Perkins, and CCNMTL, the Education Leadership Development Experience (ELDEx) will be used by UELC facilitators to enhance professional development workshops dealing with various high-stakes topics that are of concern to modern education leaders. ELDEx participants are immersed...

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Released: TBA
In development.
Teach Recovery
Teach Recovery Partner: Dr. Alice Medalia- Columbia Psychiatry Leiber Recovery Clinic
Teach Recovery is a collaboration between Dr. Alice Medalia of the Columbia Psychiatry Leiber Recovery Clinic and CCNMTL. Teach Recovery is a series of self paced courses aimed at teaching health professionals about cognitive dysfunction in people with psychiatric disorders, and how and why to address the cognitive defects. The...

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Released: TBA
In development.
E-WORTH
E-WORTH Partner: Louisa Gilbert, Nabila El-Bassel- Social Intervention Group (SIG), School of Social Work
E-WORTH (Empowering African-American Women on the Road To Health) is a combination self-paced and group-based HIV prevention intervention for African American women on probation. The goal of the intervention is to build positive peer norms and social support for HIV risk reduction. E-WORTH is a collaboration between the Social Intervention...

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Released: TBA
In development.
Civil War and Reconstruction MOOC
Civil War and Reconstruction MOOC Partner: Eric Foner- History Department
This history MOOC series, Columbia's first on the edX platform, is divided into three courses that are spread out over 27 weeks of stimulating lectures, interactive assignments, and community discussions. The first two courses are available currently available on ColumbiaX, and the third course--The Unfinished Revolution: Reconstruction and After, 1865-1890--launches...

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Access: Open to all
Revised: December 2014
Released: September 2014

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Mediathread
Mediathread CCNMTL
Mediathread is CCNMTL's innovative, open-source platform for exploration, analysis, and organization of web-based multimedia content. Mediathread connects to a variety of image and video collections (such as YouTube, Flickr, library databases, and course libraries), enabling users to lift items out of these collections and into an analysis environment. In Mediathread,...

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Access: Columbia only
Revised: October 2014
Released: September 2010

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Edward M. Kennedy Prize
Edward M. Kennedy Prize Columbia University Libraries
The Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History is given annually through Columbia University Libraries to a new play or musical of merit that "...enlists theater's power to explore the past of the United States, to participate meaningfully in the great issues of our day through the...

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Access: Open to all
Revised: September 2014
Released: April 2013

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learn.nynjaetc
learn.nynjaetc Partner: Daria Boccher-Lattimore- Mailman School of Public Health
Hepatitis C (HCV) is a world-wide public health problem, the cause of cirrhosis and liver cancer, and the leading cause of liver transplantation. Until recently, treatments for HCV resulted in sustained suppression of the virus for only 50% of patients with the type of HCV most common in North America...

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Access: Open to all
Revised: September 2014
Released: July 2013

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