Posts Tagged "teaching"

CFP Teaching Celebrity

Posted on Oct 1, 2019 | 0 comments

From Joshua Morrison <> CFP from Teaching Media Quarterly‘s upcoming special issue: Teaching CelebrityDeadline: January 1, 2020 Teaching Media Quarterly is an open-access journal dedicated to sharing approaches to teaching media topics and concepts. Please consider submitting a lesson plan to our current call: Teaching Celebrity. You can access our journal HERE, and please note that we also have an ongoing open call for lesson plans. Information about the latest call is below. Please share with friends, colleagues, and grad students who...

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Teaching with selfies: new Creative Commons syllabus

Posted on Sep 21, 2014 | 0 comments

Teaching with selfies: new Creative Commons syllabus From Kath Albury, Selfies Research Network Introducing the newest initiative from the Selfies Research Network: an six-week course for university students studying selfies, and/or university instructors who would like to touch on selfie culture in their own classes. The course (which carries a Creative Commons license) includes: A full six week syllabus, including classroom exercises that can be used or adapted by teachers for their classes– at A blog for discussions...

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