Faculty Resources

See faculty resources below to learn about how to implement COIL in your course in order to create a global classroom.

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Building an International Environment of Collaborative Learning

May 12, 2021 (12:15pm-1:30pm)

The Center for Teaching & Learning is proud to present a discussion series for faculty:
The Pedagogy of Kindness: Building a Community of Inquiry

COIL offers an opportunity for QC students to express their individuality, learn from different cultural contexts, and develop empathy through meaningful international collaboration. By applying principles of responsibility in global citizenship, students build career skills as well. This portion of the discussion series will introduce international projects created by QC’s Spring 2021 faculty cohort and discuss the benefits of intercultural empathy.

Guest presenters:
Sharmistha Roy Chowdhury, Ph.D
Barbara Walters Doehrman, Ph.D
Paul Fadoul, Ph.D
Raymond Law, M.A.
Sophia Mcgee, M.A.
Lillian Moncada-Davidson, Ph.D

For more information: The Pedagogy of Kindness: Building a Community of Inquiry, a Faculty Discussion Series
If you have any questions please reach out to CTLOnline@qc.cuny.edu

AMATYC: Opening Doors Through Mathematics

AMATYC webinar on Wed, March 24, 2021 at 3:00pm EST
Globalizing Curriculums with Data: COIL Energizes the Learning Environment

Collaborative Online International Learning

COIL 2021 Flyer: Collaborative Online International Learning. Connecting classrooms across the world. Date: Monday, February 22, 2021. Time 11:00am – 12:30pm. RSVP: bit.ly/cunycoilspring2021

Connecting Classrooms Around the World

Connecting Classrooms Around the World. Friday, November 13 1:00-2:30PM Zoom. RSVP – https://bit.ly/COIL101

International Virtual Exchange Conference (IVEC)


September 14 – 16, 2020


IVEC 2020 is the largest and most prominent event on virtual exchange, providing a forum for an audience of deans, directors, faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and professionals from institutions around the world interested in technology enabled global learning, international education and new pedagogies.