Oct 20: Library forum on video in the curriculum

From the Rutgers Libraries web site:

The Rutgers University Libraries invite faculty members and teaching assistants to a lunchtime discussion forum on faculty's use of video in the classroom and in their research. The forum will include presentations by three faculty members and a moderated open discussion. Lunch will be provided to attendees on all three campuses.

The forum will be held on Thursday October 20th, from noon to 2:00 pm, in the Remegio U. Pane Room on the 1st floor of Alexander Library. This event will be teleconferenced to the Paul Robeson Library on the Camden campus and the John Cotton Dana Library on the Newark campus.

The forum is designed to solicit faculty perspectives on how and why they use video, its impact on their teaching and scholarship, how they identify relevant titles, where they obtain video content, and how the Libraries might support increased faculty use of video.

Featured faculty speakers are:

Deepa Kumar, professor of Journalism and Media Studies
Richard Koszarski, professor of English and Cinema Studies
Ulla Berg, professor of Anthropology and Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies
For more information on this event, please send email to Jane Otto at jjotto@brokenemail.rutgers.edu please replace "brokenemail" with rulmail.rutgers.edu or call 732/445-5904.

Space is limited and reservations are encouraged. To RSVP, please send your name, dept., contact information, and any food preferences to jsloan@brokenemail.rutgers.edu please replace "brokenemail" with rulmail.rutgers.edu by October 17th.

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