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Teaching & Learning Tools

Research and Instructional Tools

The Queens College Library provides access to electronic databases and full-text journals, the CUNY+ online catalog, and other electronic resources; electronic interlibrary loan; instructions for off-campus access to materials (proxy service); and the Electronic Reserve (ERes) system

Blackboard is CUNY’s course management system. It can be used to post syllabi, handouts, and readings; keep an electronic grade book; administer surveys, quizzes, or tests; collect and return assignments electronically; host electronic discussion boards or chat sessions; build password-protected blogs and wikis, etc.

qwriting is the blogging portal for Queens College

To set up and manage personal web pages on qcpages, there are instructions provided here (requires MyQC login)

The Office of the Registrar has information on academic calendars, examination schedules, registration guides, and catalogs

  • The Registrar issues information about due dates for attendance records at the beginning of the semester and grades at the end of the semester.  These two functions (submitting attendance and submitting grades) are performed inside CUNYfirst.

The Office of Converging Technologies provides administrative, instructional, research communication, information, and audio/video services


Connectedness and Survival Tools

Use the College Account Management System (CAMS, to activate two accounts:

  • QC Username, which gives you access to the online services requiring authentication listed on this page, except for Blackboard (see above)
  • QC Email, accessible by one of the following methods:
    • the Lotus “client” (software installed locally on a computer; for download and installation information, use your QC Username account to login to the self-service area of the Queens College Help Desk, and look for the download link in the right column
    • a web browser, (for faculty)
    • IMAP using a client such as Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird
See also CUNY-licensed software (including officeware and antivirus software) through the CUNY portal


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