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CUNY 9th Annual IT Conference 2010 - Day 2

December 14, 2010

 
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Agenda

Please note: Due to the fact that we have reached maximum seating capacity, attendee registration for Day Two of this event is closed.
 

December 14, 2010 – CUNY Graduate Center | 9:30 am 5:00 pm

9:30 – 10:15 a.m.   
Registration / Continental Breakfast

10:15 – 11:15 a.m.   
Concurrent Sessions 1

Future is Now: Introducing eReaders to CUNY Libraries
Faculty from Lehman College will share their experiences with establishing new services for eReaders and downloadable eBook content. Following their presentation, they will facilitate a discussion on eReader and eBook issues. How can eBooks and eReaders support teaching and learning? Will ease of access and portability actually encourage plagiarism and cheating? How can an urban academic environment best provide this technology? Will eReaders and eBooks reinforce a new digital divide?

Rebecca Arzola,
Government Documents-Collection Development Librarian, Lehman College
Stefanie Havelka,
Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian, Lehman College
Jennifer King,
Science Librarian, Lehman College
Adelaide Soto,
Head of Access Services, Lehman College
Alevtina Verbovetskaya,
Instructional Technologies Librarian, Lehman College

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Honorable Technology: Towards a Digital Honors Code
Recent tragic incidents of unethical online behavior have underlined the challenges of helping students to be informed and critical about the ethics of appropriate behavior in the online world. This workshop, centered on Macaulay Honors College’s work with a case-study approach to a digital honors code, will give participants the opportunity to test their own ethical standards in real-life scenarios and develop tools to begin conversations about this process on their own campuses.

Joseph Ugoretz, 
Associate Dean of Teaching, Learning and Technology, Macaulay Honors College


Education Faculty Perspectives toward Teaching Online
Distance education learning environments are facing a perfect e-storm, linking pedagogy, technology and learner needs. A research study will be presented of a survey conducted with Education faculty from two public universities, City University of New York and Indiana University. The survey analyzed pedagogical and practical concerns toward teaching online classes. Results indicate that with support, strategies can be provided to assist faculty in the development and implementation of quality online learning environments.

Helen Mele Robinson,
Assistant Professor and Early Childhood Program Coordinator, College of Staten Island

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CUNY Online Composition Pilot: A New Model of Collaborative Course Development
Collaborative development of composition courses for asynchronous online delivery across campuses with differing student needs and academic cultures offers challenges and opportunities that panel members will discuss and share with the larger CUNY community.

William Bernhardt,
Associate Professor of English, The College of Staten Island
George Guida,
Associate Professor of English, New York City College of Technology
David Humphries,
Associate Professor of English, Queensborough Community College
Deirdre O'Boy,
Lecturer, English Department, Lehman College
Claire Pamplin,
Assistant Professor of English, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Jane Weiss,
Assistant Professor of English, Kingsborough Community College

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Kindles in the Classroom: Challenges, Successes and New Directions
In 2009, John Jay received a $250,000 FIPSE grant to design an eReader rental program that supports student success by providing cost-effective access to course materials. In addition, the program addresses the development of effective reading and critical thinking skills. The presenters will discuss the challenges and successes from a practical, technical and pedagogical perspective.

Meghan Duffy,
Director, The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Kindle Project Director, John Jay College
Helen Keier,
Blackboard Administrator, Technology Support Services, John Jay College
Arkee Hodges,
Professor, African-American Studies, John Jay College
Chelsea Lesko,
Student, John Jay College

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Authorial Implications of Collaborative Learning: Models across CUNY
This roundtable will center around the experiences and strategies of five CUNY educators and an online demonstration of their three collaborative projects. Roundtable members will present on the collaborative online literary project "Looking for Whitman," how the collaborative freeware Typewith.me has been used at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and how ePortfolio has been used for collaborative writing and multimedia projects between disciplines at Queensborough.

Matthew Gold,
Assistant Professor of English, New York City College of Technology
Claire Fontaine,
Doctoral Student in Urban Education, CUNY Graduate Center
Daniel Reshef,
Director of Information Technology, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Jean Darcy,
Associate Professor of English, Queensborough Community College
Joan Dupre,
Assistant Professor of English, Queensborough Community College
Sarah Ruth Jacobs,
Chancellor's Fellow in English, Queens College

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Emerging Video Applications in Higher Education
This session will discuss distance learning video applications designed to: (1) Increase student enrollment; (2) Incorporate video into current web-based classes; (3) Stream video presentations for students with only internet access to the college; and (4) Capture video presentations for later viewing.  The session will also discuss the use of emerging community outreach video applications, including recruitment, community education, and maximizing the impact of special events via video streaming.

Jeff Shiffman, Product Specialist, Cisco
Kevin Sickles, Regional Manager, Cisco

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Virginia Heffernan11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.   
Keynote: Virginia Heffernan, Author of Pleasures of the Internet / New York Times Magazine “The Medium” Columnist
The most insightful mainstream journalist writing about the Internet, Virginia Heffernan offers a surprising and lucid overview of the most influential medium of our lifetime. Heffernan’s probing, articulate look at the Internet is unlike any that’s come before it. In her engaging, urbane talks, she invites you to view the web as a collaborative work of art that has “a poetics, a scale, a palette, a rhythm, a sensibility, a set of rituals and spectacles, a system of metaphors and an emotional range.” Your understanding of the Internet, its effect on society and your place in it, will be forever changed.

Heffernan was the former television critic for The New York Times, and a former editor at Harper's and Slate. She has her Master's and a Ph.D. in English literature from Harvard University. Heffernan also authored the book The Pleasures of the Internet.

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12:30 – 1:30 p.m.   
Lunch


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1:30 – 2:30 p.m.   
Concurrent Sessions 2

Building Communities on the CUNY Academic Commons
In this roundtable session, members of the CUNY Academic Commons, an academic social network for faculty members, graduate students and administrators in the 23-campus CUNY system, will present case studies of community-building projects on the Commons. We will discuss specific ways in which new and existing members of the site might take advantage of the tools and communities there to build interest, both within and beyond CUNY, in their work.

Stephen Brier,
Coordinator of the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, CUNY Graduate Center
Charlie Edwards,
Doctoral Student in English, CUNY Graduate Center
Brian Foote,
Community Facilitator, CUNY Academic Commons
Matthew K. Gold,
Project Director, CUNY Academic Commons
Boone B. Gorges,
Lead Developer, CUNY Academic Commons
Carl Grindley,
Associate Professor of English, Hostos Community College
George Otte,
University Director of Academic Technology, CUNY
Daniel Phelps,
Internship Coordinator/Multimedia Facilities Manager, York College
Michael Smith,
Assistant Professor of Communications, York College

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Creating Online Reading Resources (CORR)
Offering creative ways to engage your students online, this presentation focuses on how Queensborough Community College’s Basic Skills Learning Center (BSLC) digital design team developed interactive online materials for students preparing for exit-from remediation exams. These team members will share their step-by- step process and lessons learned in planning, designing and implementing a virtual resource for developmental students.

Josephine Pantaleo,
Director, Basic Skills Learning Center, Queensborough Community College
Members of the Digital Design Team: Christina Banome, Michael Bradley, Albert Cardinale, Brian Nemeth, Joseph Sedita, Jonaki Singh, Alex Pereira

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Raising the Bar in Online and Hybrid Education: JJC’s Instructional Design Program
To ensure the highest quality of online and hybrid education, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (JJC) created a faculty-led Instructional Design Program. This session will include an overview of JJC’s unique model of Instructional Design, including methods of course development, course standardization issues and acquiring resources. The session will also include an initial report on JJC’s Models of Hybridization funded by the CUNY OAA Hybrid Initiative.

Patrick O’Hara,
Professor of Public Management, John Jay College
Adam S. Wandt,
Professor of Public Management, Deputy Chair for Instructional Technology, John Jay College
Chandra Hanke,
Coordinator of Instructional Design, John Jay College

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Electronic Communities of Practice (E-CoP) for Public Workforce Training
Dynamic social services changes make dissemination of new practices important. New York City’s public agencies struggle to provide workers timely training. Individual orientation and supervision are costly. E-CoPs promote rapid transmission of information and application of knowledge to practice. Elsewhere, E-CoPs help social workers remain current and build knowledge through accumulated participant wisdom. Planning challenges discussed in this workshop include participant variability in new technology adoption; protection of confidential information; and administrative control of the electronic environment.

Jacqueline Mondros,
Dean, Hunter College School of Social Work
Harriet Goodman,
Associate Professor, Hunter College School of Social Work

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Improving Procedures to Provide Access to Students with Disabilities
The College of Staten Island developed and implemented CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) services for students who are hard-of-hearing throughout CUNY. The initiative has developed into a model program and provides suggestions for universal design strategies. This presentation will share three pilot initiatives that can guide faculty in making decisions about seamless course delivery and accessibility. Faculty concerns about lecture ownership, academic integrity and freedom will be probed.

Maryellen Smolka,
Coordinator of Services, CART Provider, Trainer, College of Staten Island
Nicole Dory,
Information Technology Specialist, CART Provider, Trainer, College of Staten Island

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Students Invested in 21st Century Learning: Collaborative Publishing
How do we motivate students to be invested in our courses? This session presents several novel examples of how professors and students created collaborative online publications (non-juried) as part of the coursework. Many powerful outcomes are gained for advanced course discussion and research. Technology used includes blogs, audio, podcasts, video, photos, PowerPoint, YouTube and online research. Focus will be on activity design, facilitation, implementation, outcomes and application across content areas.


Judit Kerekes,
Assistant Professor of Math Education, College of Staten Island

iTunes U – Best Practices in Teaching
Over the past 20 years, technology has impacted every area of society forcing changes in daily lifestyles. This technologically advanced generation has been raised on visual imagery, involving television, iPods, iPhones, MP3 players, Palm Pilots, etc. They can replay information creating a non-linear transmission of information. Lectures can be rewound or fast-forwarded for later playback, accommodating students’ various learning needs. This presentation is designed to demonstrate best practices and teaching strategies using podcasting technologies.

Alfred Johnson,
iTunes U Site Administrator and Music Technology Coordinator, Medgar Evers College

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Insuring the Delivery of Campus-wide Services
As Higher Ed IT organizations work to improve the campus experience for students, faculty and administrators, there is no escaping the fact that IT is increasingly measured by its relationship to quality of experience, ease of access to services, and the ability to adapt to change. As a result, progressive IT leaders appreciate the big picture perspective that a comprehensive Service Assurance solution provides. Service Assurance uniquely allows IT to understand the real-time performance, risk and quality of campus-wide services being provided from the data center. This session will explore real-world examples of how organizations have increased the quality of service delivered to their customers.

Brad Kramer, Sr. Customer Solution Architect, CA Technologies

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2:30 – 2:40 p.m.   
Break

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2:40 – 3:40 p.m.   
Concurrent Sessions 3

Improving Online Teaching: A Collaborative Approach
Every professor brings a unique set of skills to online teaching. The City Tech Online Learning Advisory Council (OLAC) is comprised of a group of experienced, online professors who collaborate with each other, welcome feedback from their students and share their expertise. Notably, OLAC has developed a set of minimum standards, which includes a level of faculty technology literacy, certification, recertification and peer mentorship. Members will share their experiences and invite feedback.

Candy Dato,
Professor, Nursing, New York City College of Technology
Mary Sue Donsky,
Professor, Law & Paralegal Studies, New York City College of Technology
Joe Ebbers,
Professor, Computer Systems Technology, New York City College of Technology
Lucas Bernard,
Professor, Business, New York City College of Technology
Amit Mehrotra,
Professor, Hospitality Management, New York City College of Technology
Yelena Melikian,
Professor, Social Sciences, New York City College of Technology
Maria Pagano,
Professor, Social Sciences, New York City College of Technology
Patricia Rudden,
Professor, English, New York City College of Technology
Walied Samarrai,
Professor, Biological Sciences, New York City College of Technology
David Smith,
Professor, Entertainment Technology, New York City College of Technology
Karen Lundstrem,
Director, Instructional Technology & Media Services, New York City College of Technology

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iPads on Campus: Adopting Emerging iOS Platforms
As iOS devices trickle out to CUNY campuses for a variety of purposes, this promising technology is sure to have an impact on everything from IT support to content creation and management. Using the iPad to demonstrate and explore how these devices might enhance the classroom experience, this presentation will look through three distinct, and often skeptical, lenses – of the student, professor and IT administrator.

Daniel Phelps,
Multimedia Facilities Operations Manager, Communications Technology, York College
Michael Shur,
Apple Lead Technician, Information Technology Resources, Lehman College
David Schwittek,
College Lab Technician and Adjunct Faculty, Art Department, Lehman College

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Using Technology to Teach Writing at Hostos Community College
The success of CUNY’s Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) initiative is well established, but it is clear that the WAC community must find ways to translate successful classroom practices into the digital environment. As CUNY celebrates 10 years of WAC, this panel will highlight some of the technology being used to teach writing at Hostos Community College in the classroom and beyond.

Sandy Figueroa,
Assistant Professor, Hostos Community College
Paula Korsko,
Assistant Professor, Hostos Community College
Rees Shad,
Coordinator of Digital Programs, Hostos Community College
Christopher Swift,
Writing Fellow, Hostos Community College
Sarah Archino,
Writing Fellow, Hostos Community College

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Get in the Game: Using Games to Support Teaching and Learning at CUNY
The CUNY Games Network connects educators from all disciplines who are interested in using digital and non-digital games to improve student success. In this roundtable, we will discuss research supporting games-based learning and model examples of pedagogical applications. We will also highlight resources for faculty provided by our network, including monthly workshops and a website designed to support faculty interested in applying or researching games-based learning.

Joe Bisz,
Associate Professor, English Department, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Francesco Crocco,
Assistant Professor, English Department, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Carlos Hernandez,
Assistant Professor and Deputy Chair, English Department, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Leah Potter,
Co-Director, Teaching American History Programs, American Social History Project / Center for Media and Learning, CUNY Graduate Center
Maura A. Smale,
Assistant Professor and Information Literacy Librarian, Library, New York City College of Technology

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A Tour of CATSweb, CUNY's Online Accessibility Information Resource
CUNY Assistive Technology Services (CATS) provides support to the various CUNY campus Offices of Services for Students with Disabilities via consultations, training workshops, technology testing, licensing and purchasing. CATS has assembled this expertise available on a website called CATSweb. This site provides CUNY faculty, staff and students with a variety of information and other training materials. Video modules and archives of training events are also posted on CATSweb.

Carlos M. Herrera,
Assistant Director, Services for Students with Disabilities / Project Manager, CUNY Assistive Technology Services (CATS)
Scott Underwood,
Specialist, CUNY Assistive Technology Services (CATS) Specialist

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Going Mainstream and Powering the Cloud
As more and more educational institutions are adopting open systems and applications, they are discovering the benefits and pitfalls that making use of Open Source software entails.  This session looks at the current state of open source in education and the advantages of cloud enabling technologies along with some of the surprising directions it is headed.

Ted Brown, Executive Officer, CUNY PhD Program in Computer Science, CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development
Matt Jamison, Government Solutions Architect, Red Hat, Inc.
Richard Marine, Senior Account Executive Red Hat, Inc.

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3:40 – 3:50 p.m.   
Break

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3:50 – 4:50 p.m.   
Concurrent Sessions 4

The Dreaded Group Project: How Technology Can Transform Group Assignments
Ask any professor, seasoned or new, and they will likely acknowledge their students’ dread of traditional classroom-based group projects and presentations. For instructors, group projects can be disappointing when they lack student enthusiasm and collaboration. The purpose of this presentation is to present an alternative model that reconfigures the traditional classroom-based group project using web-based WIKI technology. Specific procedures, techniques and logistics will be explored when using web- based WIKI group projects.

Markus Bidell,
Associate Professor of Counseling, Hunter College


Innovation Management Techniques
Internet technologies are revolutionizing the use of distributed systems, such as web search and e-commerce. The growing importance of knowledge can be explained by the use of communications technologies that make that knowledge available very rapidly on a worldwide scale. Innovation management techniques (IMTs) can be seen as a range of tools, techniques and methodologies that help companies to adapt market challenges in a systematic way.

Igor Balsim,
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Kingsborough Community College

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Titanium Schedule for Counseling Center – New Developments
Titanium Schedule is a complete management system designed specifically for university and college counseling centers, including disability services and academic advisement. This presentation will focus on the development of Titanium at the Lehman College Counseling Center in 2005 to new developments in 2010 that include the use of a web-based intake process. This presentation will allow new users to easily use Titanium at their centers or to begin this process.

Annecy Baez,
Director Lehman College Counseling Center, Lehman College
Ingrid Hiraldo,
Office Assistant, Lehman College
Web-based Intake Team:
Megan Wilen,
Counselor/Supervisor of Web-Based Intake Coordination
Melville Malone,
CUNY CAP/Intake Coordinator
Kenneth Cruz,
CUNY CAP/Intake Coordinator
Edery Hererra,
Student Intern

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Integrating an Online Learning Platform into Chinese Curriculum
The Chinese program at Borough of Manhattan Community College is using an online learning platform, GoChinese, to provide students and teachers with rich audio-visual materials organized by the lesson units, systematic exercises and the ability to create personalized learning content. We will share with our colleagues in CUNY how we implement this Internet-based platform in the Chinese curriculum.

Fei Wang,
Professor of Chinese, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Linda Wu,
Director, Gowell Software Ltd

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Exploring e-Content: How to Capture and Present Course Content in a Digital Format
As recipients of a CUNY grant for the investigation of e-textbooks within the curriculum, John Jay participants will discuss their experiences to date. Different approaches, successes and failures as experienced by the participants will be explored during this roundtable with the intent of opening up a general discussion and exchange of related experiences with other members of the CUNY community.

Meghan Duffy,
Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, John Jay College
Bill Pangburn,
Director of Instructional Technology Support Services, John Jay College
Adam Wandt,
Professor of Public Management, John Jay College

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Open It Up: The Prospect of a CUNY-Wide Online Student Publishing Platform
This session will be led by the developers of three innovative publishing platforms at CUNY, but will require the active participation of attendees. We will consider the ramifications of creating a CUNY-wide student publishing platform. We will develop ideas for fundraising and brainstorm possible resource allocation for projects of varying scale. And we will map the curricular, pedagogical and social possibilities of creating avenues for students to do sustained work on the open web.

Luke Waltzer,
Assistant Director for Educational Technology, Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, Baruch College
Mikhail Gershovich,
Director, Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, Baruch College
Matthew K. Gold,
Project Director, CUNY Academic Commons, Assistant Professor of English, New York City College of Technology
Boone Gorges,
Lead Developer, CUNY Academic Commons
Joseph Ugoretz,
Associate Dean of Teaching, Learning and Technology, Macaulay Honors College

4:50 p.m.   
Adjourn


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Location


Day 1 - December 3, 2010

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
899 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10019

There is no room block set up for this event. Below is a list of nearby hotels.

Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers
811 7th Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets
212.581.1000

Sheraton Manhattan at Times Square
790 7th Avenue at 51st Street
212.581.3300

Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel New York City
569 Lexington Avenue at 51st Street
212.752.7000  

Holiday Inn Midtown
440 West 57th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues
212.581.8100
 
Hampton Inn Manhattan-Times Square
851 Eighth Avenue at 51st Street
212.581.4100
 

Day 2 - December 14, 2010

CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016

There is no room block set up for this event. Below is a list of nearby hotels.

The Avalon
16 East 32nd Street (between Madison & 5th Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
212.299.7000 / www.avalonhotelnyc.com

Bryant Park Hotel
40 West 40th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10018
212.869.0100 / www.bryantparkhotel.com

The Carlton Hotel
88 Madison Avenue (between 28th and 29th Streets)
New York, NY 10016
212.532.4100 / www.carltonhotel-ny.com

Chandler Hotel
12 East 31st Street (between Madison & 5th Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
212.889.6363 / www.hotelchandler.com

Comfort Inn Manhattan
42 West 35th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
212.947.0200 / www.comfortinnmanhattan.com

The Dylan
52 East 41st Street (between Park & Madison Avenues)
New York, NY 10017
212.338.0500 / www.dylanhotel.com

Hampton Inn at Empire State Building
59 West 35th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
212.564.3688 / www.hamptoninn.hilton.com

Hilton Garden Inn
65 West 35th Street (at Madison Avenue between 5th and 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
212.609.1038 / www.newyorkwest35thstreet.hgi.com

Hotel 373
373 Fifth Avenue (corner of 35th Street)
New York, NY 10016
212.213.3388 / www.hotel373.com

Jolly Madison Towers Hotel
22 East 38th Street (off Madison Avenue)
New York, NY 10016
212.802.0600 / www.jollymadison.com
 
LaQuinta Hotel
17 West 32nd Street (between 5th Avenue & Broadway)
New York, NY 10001
212.736.1600 / www.lq.com

The Library Hotel
299 Madison Avenue (at 41st Street)
New York, NY 10017
212.983.4500 / www.libraryhotel.com

Hotel Metro
45 West 35th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
212.947.2500 / www.hotelmetronyc.com

70 Park Avenue Hotel
70 Park Avenue (at 38th Street)
New York, NY 10016
212.973.2400 / www.70parkave.com

Hotel Pennsylvania
401 7th Avenue (at 33rd Street)
New York, NY 10001
212.736.5000 / www.hotelpenn.com

Hotel QT
125 West 45th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues)
New York, NY 10036
212.354.2323 / www.room-matehotels.com

Radisson Martinique
49 West 32nd Street (between 5th Avenue & Broadway)
New York, NY 10001
212.736.3800 / www.radisson.com

The Roger Williams
131 Madison Avenue (at 31st Street)
New York, NY 10016
212.448.7000 / www.hotelrogerwilliams.com

Stanford Hotel
43 West 32nd Street (between 5th Avenue & Broadway)
New York, NY 10001
212.563.1500 / www.hotelstanford.com

Thirty.Thirty Hotel
30 East 30th Street (between Park & Madison Avenue)
New York, NY 10016
212.689.1900 / www.hotelchoyce.com

W New York – The Tuscany
120 East 39th Street (between Lexington & Park Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
212.686.1600 / www.starwoodhotels.com

Wolcott Hotel
4 West 31st Street (between 5th Avenue & Broadway)
New York, NY 10001
212.268.2900 / www.wolcott.com

Parking Locations

Garage Management Corporation
300 e. 34th Street (between 2nd & 1st Avenues)
142 E. 31st Street (between 3rd & Lexington Avenues)

Associated Parking Garages
63-67 w. 35th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
74 W. 35th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)

Central Parking Systems
9-19 W. 35th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)

Kinney Parking Systems
106-109 W. 31st Street (between 6th & 7th Avenue)

 

 

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