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Monday, October 11 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Tips for Teaching Hybrid Multimedia Skills Courses

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Instructors of skills courses in journalism and related programs have learned some important lessons in the pandemic for teaching everything from video to writing as a hybrid class experience. It was universally difficult and the preference would almost certainly always be to teach similar courses in person. However, there are things we improvised, things we discovered were actually meaningful, and things we learned could be included in any version of future courses. This panel will include a variety of people who taught through the pandemic, including important skills courses, to talk about successes, lessons for the future, and creative tools for improvising and problem-solving going forward.

Moderators
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April Newton

Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism, Loyola University Maryland
I teach multimedia storytelling, media writing, media ethics, advanced TV news reporting and producing, documentary history/aesthetics, documentary production, and ethics of emerging media. I'm working an introductory investigative journalism course for Fall 2022. My dissertation... Read More →

Speakers
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Kim Fox

Professor of Practice, American University in Cairo
The first and only double BEA Best of Festival Winner in the same year; podcaster (Ehky Ya Masr Podcast) and executor of the podcasting trifecta: teaching, researching and producing podcasts.https://soundcloud.com/ehkyyamasrFounder and organizer of PodFest Cairo, Egypt and Africa's... Read More →
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Chandra Clark

Assistant Professor, University of Alabama
Multimedia journalism educator, electronic news/broadcast producer for life, and community journalism advocate. The transition from professional newsroom and freelance producer/pr practitioner includes helping the public and educators understand the role of broadcast journalism in... Read More →
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Keren Henderson

Associate Professor, Syracuse University
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Gretchen Macchiarella

assistant professor, California State University, Northridge
I focus on emerging technology and how journalists are applying it, both professionally and in academic settings.
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Jenny Glick

Loyola University Maryland
Radio Storytelling, Digital Media, Anchoring, Editing, Public Speaking, Writing for Broadcast, News Reporting and Writing


Monday October 11, 2021 3:45pm - 4:45pm EDT
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