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Learning With MOOCS II - 2015
Learning With MOOCS II - 2015 Partner: Center for Teaching & Learning-
LEARNING WITH MOOCS II gathered educators, technologists, researchers, learning scientists, entrepreneurs, and funders of MOOCs to share their innovations, discuss their impact on education, and look at the future of online learning. Online learning is a global phenomenon -- with innovations across content creation, delivery, feedback, assessment, and other aspects...

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Released: October 2015

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New Media in Education 2013
New Media in Education 2013 CCNMTL
At the New Media in Education 2013 Conference (NME 2013), over 200 faculty, staff, administrators, graduate students, and guests came together to have critical discussions about the latest developments in education and technology. The event took place February 1, 2013 at the Columbia University Faculty House and was the 6th...

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Released: February 2013

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New Media in Education 2010
New Media in Education 2010 CCNMTL
More than 200 Columbia faculty, librarians, and staff explored current and emerging applications of new media and technology in the classroom at the New Media in Education (NME) Conference hosted by CCNMTL on October 22, 2010 held in the Faculty House at Columbia University. Now in its fifth iteration, the...

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Released: October 2010

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CCNMTL's 10th Anniversary: A Decade of Innovation
CCNMTL's 10th Anniversary: A Decade of Innovation CCNMTL
In March 2009, CCNMTL celebrated its 10th anniversary. Under the leadership of co-founders Frank Moretti and Maurice Matiz, the Center opened its doors in 1999 to promote the purposeful use of new media and technology in education. From 1999 to 2009, CCNMTL worked with over 4,000 faculty and instructors representing...

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Released: March 2009

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New Media in Education 2008
New Media in Education 2008 CCNMTL
CCNMTL hosted its fourth New Media in Education conference on Friday, October 17, 2008 in the Low Memorial Library at Columbia University. This all-day event for faculty, instructors, and the Columbia community explored emerging technologies that are connecting students globally. Columbia faculty members and leaders in the field of education...

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Released: October 2008

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Innovation in the CUMC Classroom
Innovation in the CUMC Classroom CCNMTL
CCNMTL hosted Innovation in the CUMC Classroom on April 22, 2008 to reintroduce Columbia University's health science educators to technology innovations for teaching and learning. Faculty, instructors, librarians, and university officials from the College of Dental Medicine, the Mailman School of Public Health, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the...

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Released: April 2008

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Video, Education, and Open Content Conference
Video, Education, and Open Content Conference CCNMTL
Video, Education, and Open Content Conference convened educators, technologists, video producers, and archivists for a two-day symposium on May 22-23, 2007. Attendees discussed best practices for the production, distribution, technology, and legal issues of video and open education. The conference was hosted by CCNMTL and supported by the William and...

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Released: May 2007

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Podcasting at Columbia
Podcasting at Columbia A repository of audio and video podcasts of Columbia University courses and events. It also features a growing library of articles examining some technical and pedagogical aspects of podcasting, as well as how-to's and product reviews.

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Released: January 2007

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Havel at Columbia
Havel at Columbia CUArts Initiative
Havel at Columbia is a multimedia resource that features video interviews with a range of scholars and friends of Vaclav Havel, including Lisa Anderson, George Soros, Brad Abrams, and Chris Harwood, who contribute their insights into his legacy as an artist and political leader. The website also contains a wide...

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Released: September 2006

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World Leaders Forum Transcript Archive (2005)
World Leaders Forum Transcript Archive (2005) World Leaders Forum
This subsite of the WLF provides fully-searchable transcripts of the World Leaders Forum Fall 2005 with links to the video recordings of the introductions, presentations, and audience Q&A by Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan; Jalal Talabani, President of Iraq; Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, President of Sierra Leone; Aleksander Kwaƛniewski, President of...

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Released: February 2006

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New Media in Education 2006: A Progress Report
New Media in Education 2006: A Progress Report The New Media in Education 2006 conference highlighted some new technologies and innovations that have evolved since CCNMTL began working with Columbia faculty members in 1999. Throughout the day, faculty partners shared their experiences implementing projects in the classroom. Conference participants also had the opportunity to attend workshops and demonstrations...

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Released: January 2006

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World Leaders Forum: Student Essays
World Leaders Forum: Student Essays World Leaders Forum
Six graduate students from Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences were sponsored by CCNMTL to produce multimedia essays in response to the speeches of Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan, and Jalal Talabani, President of Iraq, during the 2005 World Leaders Forum...

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Released: November 2005

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Correcting Course of Copyright
Correcting Course of Copyright Partner: James Neal- Columbia University Libraries
In May 2005, CCNMTL provided the online presence and video archive for "Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas," a conference presented by Columbia University and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association. The conference provided a high-level briefing on...

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Released: May 2005

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Tierno Bokar
Tierno Bokar Partner: Gregory Mann- Arts and Sciences
The Tierno Bokar Educational Resources site provides Columbia faculty with teaching material for Peter Brook's production of Tierno Bokar, concentrating on the play's themes, including history, religion, cultural theory, and drama. The site includes essays and video commentaries by Columbia faculty; footage of Peter Brook's reflections on theater; relevant films,...

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Released: March 2005

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Art & Technology Lectures
Art  & Technology Lectures Partner: Mark Tribe- School of the Arts
From spring 2004 to fall 2004, the Digital Media Center at the School of the Arts and the Computer Music Center collaborated with CCNMTL to organize an Art & Technology Lecture series. In this series, leading new media artists, curators and theorists discussed the exciting and diverse field of Art...

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Released: January 2005

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Commencement of the 250th year (2004)
Commencement of the 250th year (2004) University Events
Video archives of the 2004 Commencement Ceremonies Web broadcast....

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Released: May 2004

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NME 2003 Conference
NME 2003 Conference CCNMTL
The New Media in Education 2003 Conference provided a forum to share our experiences from the last two years and stimulate a dialogue about best pedagogical practices and future possibilities. Faculty panels, project kiosks, and training workshops were available to attendees. Faculty panels were captured and are available for online...

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Released: September 2003

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Midnight's Children Humanities Festival
Midnight's Children Humanities Festival Partner: Bruce Ferguson- School of the Arts
This website was created to support the Humanities Festival held March 2003. The website includes information and video recordings of the various festival events, information on the performances at the Apollo Theatre and links to the educational programs developed around Midnight's Children at Columbia University and beyond....

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Released: March 2003

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Living With the Genie: Post Conference Site
Living With the Genie: Post Conference Site Partner: Stephen Feinson- Center for Science Policy and Outcomes (CSPO)
History has been driven by scientific and technological change. This site explores how human institutions, attitudes, and actions have enabled, mediated, and modulated such changes. Many of the materials found in this site come from a March 2002 event entitled "Living with the Genie: Governing the Scientific and Technological Transformation...

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Released: October 2002

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Investiture Ceremony - Inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger
Investiture Ceremony - Inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger University Events
Archived broadcast of the October 3rd, 2002 Investiture Ceremony of the Inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger as the 19th President of Columbia University....

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Released: October 2002

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David Dinkins Leadership and Policy Forum
David Dinkins Leadership and Policy Forum School of International and Public Affairs
On April 29, 2002, the Center for Urban Research and Policy at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University hosted the 8th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum on the critical economic challenges facing New York City since the 9/11 tragedy....

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Released: August 2002

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Moving Education Into the 21st Century With New Media Conference
Moving Education Into the 21st Century With New Media Conference The conference provided a two-part look at digital technologies at Columbia. The morning session consisted of four presentations, covering a wide range of disciplines, focusing on compelling and innovative projects developed at Columbia that have transformed the classroom experience. The afternoon session focused on the University's efforts to go beyond...

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Released: March 2001

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