Upcoming events

Fall 2017 programming for faculty and graduate students:

World.Wine.Web. —
 an opportunity for faculty, staff, and graduate students to follow the innovative work of their peers, discuss new approaches in teaching and gather over wine and cheese
  • FRIDAY OCTOBER 27, 3:30-5 PM
    NOTUNTERKUNFT — Digital Storytelling of the German Refugee Crisis
    Over last Spring break, students of a new two-quarter German course series delved into a timely issue – the integration of refugees into German society. Each student conducted research on a topic of their choice, developed and presented multimedia stories through a collaboratively authored website. RSVP online.
Faculty Workshops and Skill-Building Seminars — an opportunity to broaden knowledge and skills

  • AV Course Reserves in Canvas; Streaming Has Changed: Clip Making Is Now DIY
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    Thursday September 14, 3-4pm  -or-
    Monday September 18, 2-3pm  -or-
    day October 10, 3-4pm
    An important workshop for faculty who use or plan to use streamed video or audio clips on Canvas course site. The AV Repository’s new Playlists feature puts instructors in control of making clips from NU Library media assets. Registration/RSVP available, following the links above.
  • Practical Uses of Screen-sharing in Kresge Classrooms
    In this workshop, we will cover the basics of Solstice — the technology that allows faculty and students to easily share content from their laptop, smartphone, or tablet to the big classroom screen. We’ll also cover a variety of hands-on use-cases to understand how the screen sharing technology can be useful for a variety of discussion activities and/or communicative tasks for language instruction and other humanities classes. RSVP online.
    Tuesday, October 24,  3-4pm
    Wednesday, November 1, 2-3pm
    Thursday, November 9,  3-4pm

For more information or registration via email, contact madstudio@northwestern.edu