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Spring 2020 Fellows

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The Spring 2020 cohort, from left: Mariana Zinni, Hispanic Languages and Literatures (HLL); Tracey Billado, History; Gregory Klimaytis, Family, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences (FNES); Karen Zaino, Secondary Education and Youth Services (SEYS); Nathalis Wamba, Educational and Community Programs (ECP); Jill Carvajal, Business and Liberal Arts (BALA) and Media Studies; Timothy Pugh, Anthropology; Erika Figel, English; Andrew Aprile, Elementary and Early Childhood Education (EECE); Sun A. Kim, ECP; Margot Kotler, English; Corinna Singleman, Center for Teaching and Learning; Evgeniya Koroleva, English; Leila Walker, Digital Scholarship Librarian; Kristine Rosales, Sociology; Judy Yu, SEYS. Not pictured: Lenwood Gibson, ECP; Eugenia Paulicelli, European Languages and Literatures (ELL). Photo by Andy Poon.

About

Faculty Fellows will help Queens College students succeed by reducing the financial burden of high-cost textbooks and generating high-quality alternatives that are up-to-date, accessible, innovative, and pedagogically responsible.

The Queens College Libraries and the Center for Teaching and Learning will help fellows find, create, evaluate, and implement zero-cost and/or open materials for a course that will run in summer or fall 2020.

For more information about how open educational resources help our students, visit https://qc-cuny.libguides.com/oer-ztc.

Fellowship Requirements

Both full-time and part-time faculty are eligible for the fellowship. Applicants must clear their participation with their department chair prior to applying.

Faculty fellows commit to:

  • Actively participating in 4 training workshops in Spring 2020 (February 7, February 28, March 27, and April 24 at 10am)
  • Developing a fully OER or ZTC course (materials due June 14, 2020)
  • Teaching at least one section of the OER or ZTC course in Summer or Fall 2020
  • Submitting course materials to our institutional repository, CUNY Academic Works.
  • Writing a brief (200-500 word) end-of-fellowship narrative (due June 21, 2020)
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