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Friday, February 8 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Teach-A-Thon

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Allissa Richardson, Bowie State University
Best Mobile Reporting Apps

Alysia Steele, University of Mississippi
What FCP Users Should Know About Premiere

Doug Ward, University of Kansas
iPads & Interactive Grading

Gary Kebbel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
How to Plan a Hackathon

Jake Batsell, Southern Methodist University
Creating a Data Viz Competition

Dave Carlson, University of Florida
K3D: A New Distance Ed Tool

Marie Shanahan, University of Connecticut
Rate Your Online Reputation

Michelle Hassler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Enterprise Reporting Through RSS & Social Media

Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky University
Meograph for 4D Storytelling

Justin Karp, WJLA / University of Maryland
Easy Infographic Tools

Michael Humphrey, Colorado State University
Why UX Design Matters

 


Speakers
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Jake Batsell

Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University
I'm a recovering ink-stained wretch who reported for The Seattle Times and learned to shoot and edit video as the "hybrid reporter" for The Dallas Morning News' Metro Desk. I now teach digital journalism, media entrepreneurship, investigative reporting and technology reporting at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where I am faculty adviser to smudailycampus.com. I also am working on a book about audience engagement, which is the central... Read More →
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David Carlson

Cox/Palm Beach Post Professor, University of Florida
I am passionate about journalism, technology and rock 'n' roll.
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Michelle Hassler

Lecturer, University of Nebraska @ Lincoln
I teach social media and online journalism courses -- and I try to help students think big and in new ways. I want them to take advantage of all that digital journalism has to offer.
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Michael Humphrey

Instructor and Ph.D. Student, Colorado State University, United States of America
Like many journalists, I am most passionate about other people's stories, trustworthy information, thoughtful reflection and meaningful interaction. My journalism career started just before the Internet became part of everyday life. I joined chatrooms, started getting my news from it, then put my writing on it. I can honestly say I've been more thankful for the revolution than worried about it. So I'm glad to be teaching it now.
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Justin Karp

Digital Operations Manager, ABC7 News
Digital Operations Manager at WJLA.com. B.A. Journalism from Arizona State University (Go Devils!), M.J. Online Journalism from the University of Maryland (Go Terps! ...to a slightly lesser extent.) Passionate about dynamic storytelling, social media, correct use of hashtags, strong beers, global politics, pro hockey and ridding the word of the BCS.
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Gary Kebbel

Journalism Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
I'm interested in integrating mobile devices with journalism and communications education.
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Allissa Richardson

Professor of Mobile Journalism, Bowie State University
Allissa Richardson is an award-winning journalist and college professor who empowers youth to tell their stories using mobile devices. Prof. Richardson has taught her unique brand of iPod journalism to students throughout the United States, Africa and Europe. In 2011, the U.S. Embassy of South Africa invited her to teach HIV-positive girls in South Africa to create first-person documentaries using iPods. Later that year, amid the Arab Spring... Read More →
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Marie K. Shanahan

Assistant Professor of Journalism, University of Connecticut
After 17 years as a reporter and online news editor, Marie K. Shanahan now teaches digital newsgathering, multimedia storytelling and online media ethics at the University of Connecticut. Her research explores the intersection of journalism and technology, with a focus on anonymous online speech, online commenting, digital reputation and digital defamation.
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Doug Ward

Associate professor, University of Kansas
You'll find me at the intersection of teaching and technology. I push students to experiment with new ideas and new technology, and to take charge of their own learning. My most recent endeavors involve adaptive design for the web, and entrepreneurial learning and backward design for the classroom.
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Ginny Whitehouse

Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University
Media Ethics and Interactive Journalism |   | Ginny Whitehouse, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Eastern Kentucky University specializing in interactive journalism and media ethics. She co-directs the AEJMC Media Ethics Teaching Workshop and is Cases and Commentaries section editor for the Journal of Mass Media Ethics. She is interested in distinctions between what we can do legally versus what we should do (or not) ethically when it... Read More →



Friday February 8, 2013 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Main Stage - Hippodrome

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