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Faculty Portal

Here you will find all forms and information pertinent to QCC faculty

Library Resources during the Pandemic

Please see the following PDF that lists library resources available currently:

Information Literacy and Database Video Tutorials

For video tutorials on Information Literacy and database tutorials please visit this page.

Academic Continuity

Some valuable resources for faculty transitioning to online instruction.

QCC's Academic Continuity

CUNY Coronavirus Update

The Graduate Center put together this guide for CUNY Instructors to continue instruction

Going Online in a Hurry: What to do and where to Start by

 

From our colleague at the Graduate Center:

Creating Class-Worthy E-Resources with your Phone

 

Using the CUNY Zoom license:

Zoom for video meetings and classes is available for all of CUNY.

Please visit https://cuny.zoom.us and login using your CUNY Login.

 

Comparison of distance learning tools:

CUNY Academic Cloud Tools (comparison chart) [PDF]

 

Slack workspace for CUNY faculty:

There is a Slack workspace for all CUNY faculty (including adjuncts and GTFs) who need assistance transitioning face-to-face courses to fully online. This space will be active for the remainder of the semester.

Faculty are able to sign up with CUNY email domains here: https://join.slack.com/t/cuny-co/signup

The space will be staffed daily by representatives from several CUNY teaching centers, instructional designers, and other interested staff and committed faculty. We’ll do our best to answer questions and direct folks to helpful resources within the community.

Here is a handy guide to using Slack: https://slack.com/resources/using-slack/slack-tutorials.

 

Essential Forms

CUNY guidelines regarding publishing in predatory journals

The above PDF highlights CUNY guidelines for all faculty on how to spot and stay away from predatory publishers.

Please see www.cuny.edu/research for more details and QCC library's guide on Academic Publishing for more information.

QCC library faculty would like to remind faculty that: librarians offer assistance in decisions regarding where to publish.

Taylor & Francis - Academic Tokens

 

logo for Taylor & Francis PublishersThe library subscribes to a service through Taylor & Francis to provide faculty with tokens to purchase T&F academic articles.

The journal(s) must be in the list below.

Please contact Science Librarian Christine Kim with any questions or to use a token.

 

Think! Check! Submit!

Think! Check! Submit! logo

 

Sharing research results with the world is key to the progress of your discipline and career. But with so many publications, how can you be sure you can trust a particular journal? Follow this check list to make sure you choose trusted journals for your research.

Take a look at Think! Check! Submit! to help you to choose the right journal for your research.