[Air-L] Teaching a new media & society class?
amarkham at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 09:28:57 PDT 2014
I'm not sure if you know about it, but there was, for a few years, a
similar resource, although it wasn't conceptualized as an experiment, as
far as I recall. Does anyone remember what it was called? Was it
associated with the Chronicle of Higher Ed? Was it mostly the
Communication discipline in the U.S.?
Annette N. Markham, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Aesthetics & Communication, Aarhus
Guest Professor, Department of Informatics, Umeå University, Sweden
Affiliate Professor, School of Communication, Loyola University, Chicago
amarkham at gmail.com
On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 6:25 PM, Anthony Nadler <amnadler at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you are teaching something along the lines of a “digital media and
> society” course this coming semester, would you be interested in sharing
> pedagogical resources and ideas with other instructors teaching similar
> I’m helping organize an experiment (called Collaborative Online Network for
> College Teaching - CONNECT) seeking ways to encourage collaboration among
> instructors teaching similar courses across campuses. We’re hoping members
> will share assignments, class activities, recommended reading and other
> media, reading guides, etc. Some members might find even more ways to
> collaborate, such as arranging cross-campus student peer critiques or group
> project or participating in live online interactions with guest
> speakers. We’ll
> use a WordPress site for sharing files, an email listserv or Facebook group
> for messages, and arrange occasional opportunities for video conferences.
> The goal is to help members enhance their teaching and hopefully save some
> time with course prep (how much time do you spend looking for the right
> clips or news articles?). We’ll all talk about what would be helpful and
> participation will be flexible, but every member should be willing to:
> · S - Share your syllabus prior to the start of the semester
> · -Share favorite readings or assignments.
> · - Respond to requests for help and ideas from other members
> Please let me know if you might be interested in participating by emailing
> me at anadler at ursinus.edu.
> Anthony Nadler
> Assistant Professor of Media and Communication Studies
> Ursinus College
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