For your consideration … Timid About Fair Use from Inside Higher Ed’s Colleen Flaherty.
This came up briefly on Friday … part of our presentations is us – how much authority and confidence we carry can have a huge impact on how well our students respond to the material we’re presenting. Amy Cuddy did a great TED talk on how body language shapes who we are, well worth some time …
Great blog post here on something I hadn’t found – you can now search images on Google and set some parameters for the rights on those images.
As we wander off into the winter break and start thinking about next semester’s presentations, here’s another story on the secrets of public speaking as taken from the best TED presenters.
We’ll reconvene after break with a 9 a.m. meeting on Friday, January 10. I’ll talk about copyright, fair use and what we can and cannot include in our presentations.
If we go by the three-week gap recommended by CTL, we end up next meeting on
Football Fall Break Friday. Instead, we’ll wait an extra week and meet at 9 a.m. on Friday, November 8, in room 130 of the Journalism building.
Prof. Lanier will demo one of her lectures that involves using clickers for interactivity, which we had hoped to get to today but did not.
We will have one other presentation that will involve some prep, will get that to you as soon as I have it.