Request for Proposals: Curricula Design in Public Interest Technology Using OER

Deadline: Monday, November 18

Public Interest Technology (PIT) has been generally defined as technology for the public good. Since PIT is broadly defined, and an emerging discipline, there is a lack of available curricula that can be shared with the academic community in this area.  Because of this, there is a need for shared curricula materials that can be adopted into university majors, general education offerings, tracks within a major, interdisciplinary minors, etc.

This RFP calls for the creation of Open Educational Resources (OER) to create a body of curricula in PIT. CUNY seek proposals from faculty in the humanities, public policy, law, and technology related areas, to create modules, courses, tracks within a major, minors, or majors in Public Interest Technology.

Please direct inquiries to Susan Imberman, University Associate Dean for Technology Education, or Ann Fiddler, Open Education Librarian.

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