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A collaboration of Academic Affairs, Instructional Computing & Information Technology (ICIT), and the Office of Assessment, ACERT seeks to promote excellence in teaching and research at Hunter. The Center fosters a community in which faculty use innovative pedagogy, technology, and assessment to enhance their activities as teachers and scholars, and thus to facilitate engaged learning. Seminars allow participants to share and discuss high-impact practices that faculty can incorporate into their teaching and research.


Academic advising is an important part of every student's education. To support integrated advising from general education through the major, Hunter has developed an Advising Syllabus. Members of Hunter's professional Advising Team facilitates student development through plans created collaboratively among students, professional staff, and faculty to help students identify and achieve educational and personal goals.



The Office of Assessment supports College-wide efforts to increase the institution's knowledge about its students, including their learning outcomes and other educational experiences, in order to continuously improve teaching, curricula, and support services.



Faculty Innovations in Teaching with Technology seeks to encourage the use of technology in the classroom and to increase student engagement by encouraging faculty to design projects that take advantage of new digital tools for content creation, simulation, animation, video, online collaboration, distance learning, and incorporation of mobile media devices.

Library Instruction & Liaisons

The Hunter College Libraries offer instruction options designed to support students and faculty at all Hunter locations. Selections include: visiting lectures, classes in specially-equipped library classrooms, workshops, individual consultations, and the one-credit course, Information Research (LIBR 100). See also the Faculty Guide for Assigning Research Projects. Liaisons can help with teaching resources and subject-specific information literacy.

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

Take advantage of Hunter's institutional membership when you visit this site for resources relating to teaching, including the webinars "Every Semester Needs a Plan" and "Teaching in No Time".

Open Educational Resources (OER)--Hunter Zero

Hunter's initiative for Open Educational Resources (OER) is called Hunter Zero, which aims to support faculty in redesigning courses to provide learning materials with zero-cost to students. These materials can be student-generated, freely available, or owned or licensed by Hunter College.

Presidential Student Engagement Initiatives

These initiatives supporting co-curricular activities, student-faculty research,  travel for students to present their work at professional conferences that they attend with Hunter faculty, and funds for organizing a faculty-sponsored student conference at Hunter.

Syllabus Checklist

Best-practice recommendations and requirements for all syllabi for courses taught at Hunter College.

Technology Teaching & Learning Group

A team of educational technologists is available to guide, support, and collaborate with faculty, helping them incorporate technology in effective and innovative ways.TTLG works with professors designing, implementing and evaluating hybrid and online courses. They offer workshops and create opportunities for faculty to share ideas, form networks and communities, and learn from one another.

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