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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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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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Released: February 2015

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LEADERS
LEADERS Partner: Catherine Crowley- Teachers College
LEADERS is an online resource designed for practitioners, educators, and families that provides current research, law and policies, and clinical practice to identify and treat disabilities. A primary focus of the resource is to ensure that children and adolescents who are bilingual, minority, or from lower income homes receive competent...

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Access: Open to all
Released: February 2013

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Religious Worlds of New York
Religious Worlds of New York Partner: Henry Goldschmidt- Interfaith Center of New York
Religious Worlds of New York is a collaboration between CCNMTL, the Interfaith Center of New York, and Union Theological Seminary. The project is centered on a three-week summer institute for K-12 instructors exploring new ways to teach students about religious institutions that are part of the fabric of American life....

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Released: May 2012

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Southside Chicago Documentation Project
Southside Chicago Documentation Project Partner: Sudhir Venkatesh- The Center for Urban Research & Policy
The Southside Chicago Documentation Project (SCDP) is a web-based environment for students in Columbia's Urban Research Workshop to conduct social science research on South Side black communities in Chicago. The project is centered on a digitized collection of the South Street Journal, a local newspaper that was once a powerful...

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Released: April 2008

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MAC AIDS Fund Leadership Initiative
MAC AIDS Fund Leadership Initiative Partner: Anke Ehrhardt- HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies
The MAC AIDS Leadership Initiative trains fellows from South Africa in HIV/AIDS prevention at the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at the New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI) and Columbia University. The initiative is a 12-month training program designed to cultivate new leaders in HIV/AIDS prevention who will...

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Access: Private
Released: February 2008

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New York Neighborhoods Wiki
New York Neighborhoods Wiki Partner: Ken Jackson- Department of History
The New York Neighborhoods Project wiki is an online collection of student-produced research about New York City neighborhoods. The wiki was produced for Professor Kenneth Jackson's class entitled, The History of the City of New York. This project, which was developed by CCNMTL and Professor Jackson, allows students to create...

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Access: Private
Released: December 2007

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Funeral Homes: The Living and the Dead
Funeral Homes: The Living and the Dead Partner: Peter Bearman- Arts and Sciences
Students in Peter Bearman's Individual Study class are using this content management system as a central repository for the media they gather while investigating the funeral industry in the New York area. The site enables them to associate audio, visual, map, and textual information to particular funeral directors. Students and...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: October 2007

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HIV Intervention Science Training Commons
HIV Intervention Science Training Commons Partner: Nabila El-Bassel- School of Social Work
CCNMTL partnered with Drs. Nabila El-Bassel and Elwin Wu of the Columbia University School of Social Work to develop this web-based environment for the HIV Intervention Science Training Program. The website helps the program meet its program and research objectives of recruiting and training minority researchers in the fields of...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: October 2007

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StudyPlace - Education, Communication and Culture
StudyPlace - Education, Communication and Culture Partner: Robbie McClintock- Teachers College
StudyPlace exists to fill a gap in the way universities organize the study of education. As a step towards including education as an academic study in the arts and sciences, StudyPlace will provide an online resource for scholars and students whose interest in education is more academic than professional.

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Access: Open to all
Released: June 2007

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Columbia Artist/Teachers wiki
Columbia Artist/Teachers wiki Partner: Alan Ziegler- School of the Arts
Columbia Artist/Teachers (CA/T) are graduate students in the Writing Division of Columbia University's School of the Arts. The CA/T initiative works with several schools and organizations to build stronger communities through writing, teaching, tutoring, and volunteering. CA/T members are trained via the course The Writer as Teacher, which is taught...

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Released: September 2006

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Triplex
Triplex Partner: Kadambari Baxi- Barnard College
Triplex is an online community space for students enrolled in the Barnard + Columbia Architecture program. The site contains three distinct areas: "know," which aggregates information from the program and the architecture world; "find," where students can search for and browse images on reserve for their studio courses; and "show,"...

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Released: September 2006

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The African American Poets: Brooks and Hughes
The African American Poets: Brooks and Hughes Partner: Farah Jasmine Griffin- Arts and Sciences
The African American Poets: Brooks and Hughes wiki was deployed in Professor Farah Griffin's Spring 2006 undergraduate course, African American Literature, which explores the development of black writing in the United States since the Harlem Renaissance. Within the collaborative website, students conduct both a textual analysis of poems by Langston...

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Released: March 2006

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ELEAblog
ELEAblog Partner: Diane Dittrick- Barnard College
ELEAblog is a student-authored blog site for the Barnard course, Environmental Literature, Ethics, and Action (ELEA), taught by Diane Dittrick, Randall Balmer, and Laura Wright. Students write to their blogs weekly, using the exercise to reflect in a public forum on the environmental stewardship projects they undertake in the course....

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Released: February 2006

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The Politics of Sustainable Development
The Politics of Sustainable Development Partner: Lisa Anderson- School of International and Public Affairs
Sustainable development is an emerging field, drawing students and practitioners from diverse backgrounds such as economics, statistics, ecology, climatology, and sociology. Students in Dean Lisa Anderson's Spring 2006 graduate seminar, The Politics of Sustainable Development, used the wiki to outline some of the major concepts, resources, and organizations in this...

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Access: Private
Released: January 2006

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Seminar in Applied Mathematics Wiki
Seminar in Applied Mathematics Wiki Partner: Chris Wiggins- School of Engineering and Applied Science
The Seminar in Applied Mathematics Wiki provides a collaborative work space for students' senior theses. Students enrolled in the course post information on their research interests, add links to resources pertinent to other students' interests, and post presentational materials....

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Released: September 2005

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Reading and Writing Women Wiki
Reading and Writing Women Wiki Partner: Lisa Gordis- Barnard College
The Reading and Writing Women Wiki provides students in Professor Gordis' course with a repository of assignments and bibliographic material as well as a collaborative workspace for the students, who work together to develop new research about little-studied literary figures. Students are encouraged to create and share their own "commonplace...

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Released: September 2005

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Personalized Lifelong Learning Plans for Dentists
Personalized Lifelong Learning Plans for Dentists Partner: John Zimmerman- College of Dental Medicine
Supported by a grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), the Personal Lifelong Learning Project (PL3P) serves as a portal for post-graduate dental residents in the Advanced Education and General Dentistry, General Practice Residency, and Graduate Prosthodontics programs at Columbia. The goal of the project is...

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Access: Open to all
Released: August 2005

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Social Justice Movements wiki
Social Justice Movements wiki Partner: Robin Kelley- Arts and Sciences
Students in Professor Robin Kelley's spring 2005 undergraduate course, Black Movements in the U.S., have developed the content of a collaborative website about key social justice movements in the United States. The Social Justice Movements wiki provides students the opportunity to create a website exploring the broader political visions of...

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Released: March 2005

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