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Content Creation for Faculty
September 24, 2021 @ 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Our mass communications systems have evolved considerably in recent decades. A growing share of people’s attention and more of society’s important discussions are now taking place on new media. How can scholars incorporate these technological changes in their own endeavors to generate and disseminate information and educational programming?
This session discusses:
- How the evolution of communication technology creates new opportunities for faculty to do their work
- Ways that scholars can engage these new communicative platforms to advance their work
- How departments can use these technologies to bolster faculty, students, and overall department life
- Major media platforms, their media formats, their user demographics, and best practices.
- Michael Mena, linguistic anthropologist and Ph.D. candidate, creator of The Social Life of Language (YouTube),
- Jason Tougaw, English professor, creator of The QC Pod (Podcast), Psychology Today columnist, WJFF Radio Catskill announcer, author of The One You Get (a memoir) and The Elusive Brain: Literary Experiments in the Age of Neuroscience
- Joseph Cohen, Sociology professor, creator of The Annex Sociology Podcast (Podcast), author of Global Capitalism and Financial Crisis in American Households
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How to Join Us
Members of the Queens Podcast Lab community can join via a private Zoom. Scholars and students from anywhere are welcome to be part of our group. Please contact Joseph Cohen ([email protected]) for more information.
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