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VAT 100-0101 | Intro to Video Technology | Summer 2023 | Prof. Lorraine Singletary

VAT 100-0101 | Intro to Video Technology | Summer 2023 | Prof. Lorraine Singletary

This course explains how video technology works and how that technology is put into practice to create video content. It covers the fundamentals of contemporary media technology including understanding video image formation, data compression, as well as picture and sound generation and manipulation. Avatar cropped from an image by Omar Flores via Unsplash

Algebra Based Physics 1

Algebra Based Physics 1

Algebra-Based Physics 1

AST 110-XXXX | General Astronomy | Fall 2023 | Prof. Vasiliy S. Znamenskiy

AST 110-XXXX | General Astronomy | Fall 2023 | Prof. Vasiliy S. Znamenskiy

This course introduces students to the world beyond the earth. The methods of astronomy and our knowledge of the structure of the universe are presented as an ongoing human endeavor that has helped shape modern man as he/she takes his/her first steps into space.Note: This course satisfies Pathways “Life and Physical Science” and “Scientific World” areas.

Computer Methods in Science SCI 120

Computer Methods in Science SCI 120

This course teaches a computer language and emphasizes application of programming methods for the sciences and engineering. Numerical methods will be applied to examples gleaned from physics, chemistry, and biology and engineering. Prerequisite: MAT 206

Computer Methods in Science

Computer Methods in Science

4 CRS.3 HRS.2 LAB HRS.SCI 120 Computer Methods in Science This course teaches a computer language and emphasizes application of programming methods for the sciences and engineering. Numerical methods will be applied to examples gleaned from physics, chemistry, and biology and engineering. Prerequisite: MAT 206

Communities

Reflection and Refraction of Scientific Knowledge in Art

Reflection and Refraction of Scientific Knowledge in Art

Goals: Foster interdisciplinary collaboration: The open community aims to bring together individuals from the fields of science and art to foster collaboration, exchange knowledge, and create synergies between the two disciplines. Explore the intersection of science and art: The community seeks to delve into the connections between scientific knowledge and artistic expression, exploring how scientific concepts can be reflected and refracted through various forms of art. Promote dialogue and understanding: The community aims to facilitate conversations and discussions between scientists and artists, encouraging mutual understanding and appreciation of each other’s work, while bridging the gap between the two domains. Objectives: Knowledge sharing: Facilitate the sharing of scientific knowledge and artistic perspectives within the community, promoting cross-disciplinary learning and understanding. Collaboration: Encourage collaborative projects between scientists and artists, fostering the creation of artworks that draw inspiration from scientific concepts or that communicate scientific ideas through artistic means. Exhibition and publication: Provide a platform for community members to showcase their collaborative artworks, organizing exhibitions and publishing relevant materials to reach a wider audience. Education and outreach: Organize workshops, lectures, and educational programs to engage the broader public, raising awareness about the interplay between science and art and promoting the appreciation of both disciplines. Research and exploration: Support research initiatives that investigate the impact of scientific knowledge on artistic practice, and vice versa, encouraging exploration of new ways to interpret and represent scientific concepts through art. Methods: Online platform: Establish an online platform, such as a website or a dedicated social media presence, to serve as a hub for the community. This platform will facilitate communication, knowledge sharing, and collaboration among members. Community events: Organize regular community events, such as virtual or in-person meetings, workshops, seminars, and panel discussions, to facilitate dialogue and collaboration. Collaborative projects: Encourage and support collaborative projects between scientists and artists, providing a framework for them to exchange ideas and develop joint artworks. Exhibitions and publications: Organize art exhibitions and publish catalogs or journals that feature collaborative artworks, documenting the intersection of science and art within the community. Educational initiatives: Develop educational programs, including workshops, lectures, and educational materials, targeting both community members and the general public to promote understanding and appreciation of the scientific and artistic realms. Research grants: Establish research grants or funding opportunities to support community members’ research initiatives exploring the reflection and refraction of scientific knowledge in art. Networking and partnerships: Foster connections with other organizations, institutions, and initiatives that share similar goals, creating partnerships to expand the reach and impact of the community. Through these goals, objectives, and methods, the open community “Reflection and Refraction of Scientific Knowledge in Art” aims to bridge the gap between science and art, foster interdisciplinary collaboration, and create a vibrant space for exploration and innovation at the intersection of these two domains.

Teaching on the OpenLab | Summer 2023

Teaching on the OpenLab | Summer 2023

A virtual learning community for faculty who applied and were accepted to participate in the June 2023 Teaching on the OpenLab. (Image credit: “Abstract Bird” by Biance Van Dijk on Pixabay).

Teaching on the OpenLab

Teaching on the OpenLab

A place for BMCC faculty who are teaching (or considering teaching) on the OpenLab to connect and share ideas. Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay

Projects

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

I am attempting to utilize ChatGPT AI for the purpose of generating educational quizzes in a specific format suitable for direct upload to Blackboard, an online learning management system.

Teach On!

Teach On!

A space for faculty to share ideas about how to support student learning during the transition to distance learning for the remainder of Spring 2020. Please request to join if you are faculty at BMCC. Click on “Visit Project Site” in the upper right to access BMCC’s Course Continuity Resources website.

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