Social Movements in the United States and the Role of Media

The Young Professionals in International Relations talks series hosted Robert Rosenthal, executive producer at the Center for Investigative Reporting, on September 28, 2020. Rosenthal spoke about the past and present of covering social movements in the United States, and the motivational, mobilizing power of information. Rosenthal touched on how the media of the past struggled…

رسم تخطيطي لمشهد الإعلام الجديد

بعد أن تغلغل الإنترنت والتقنيات الرقمية في حياتنا اليومية، شهدت الطرق التي نتلقى من خلالها المعلومات- أكانت أخبارًا أو بيانات مرتبطة بما يحيط بنا أو معلومات تجارية أو مجرد تواصل شخصي- تحولًا كبيرًا. فقد أدّى ظهور منصات التواصل الاجتماعي إلى تغيّر جذري في كيفية استهلاكنا للمعلومات والأخبار حول العالم، بغض النظر ما إذا كان ذلك…

Yeni Medya Topografyası

Bilgi edinme biçimlerimiz, – ister haber, ister çevremizle ilgili veri, ticari bilgi veya sadece kişisel iletişim olsun – internetin ve dijital teknolojilerin hayatımıza nüfuz etmesiyle büyük bir değişime uğradı. Sosyal medya platformlarının popülerleşmesi tüm dünyadan gelen bilgiyi ve haberleri tüketim biçimimizi iyisiyle kötüsüyle kökten değiştirdi. Öte yandan haberi ve bilgiyi sunmak için kullanılan bloglar, video…

Get Started: A Video Series for Educators Preparing to Teach Online

For over twenty years early adopters of eLearning spent time and energy trying to convince administrators, quality standards committees, funding agencies, and academic staff of the merits of digital education and the necessity of the education industry to pioneer new approaches to teaching and learning to meet the needs of learners in the 21st century….

Get Started: Teaching Online #4 – Evaluating Learners and Your Online Course

How can online courses and the students that take them be effectively evaluated? This video discusses the methodologies that can be used in figuring out what worked and what did not when conducting online courses. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in schools around the world making transitions from in-person to online learning. Get Started: Teaching…

Get Started: Teaching Online #3 – Supporting Learners in an Online Environment

What services, structure, and expectations are needed for successful online learning? How can learning experience be more enjoyable while still attaining positive learning outcomes? The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in schools around the world making transitions from in-person to online learning. Get Started: Teaching Online is four-part series of videos designed to highlight new learning…

Get Started: Teaching Online #2 – Delivering Online Learning

How can online education be effectively delivered? How can you choose the best delivery method based on the needs of your students? This video outlines some of the differences between synchronous and asynchronous learning methods in online education. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in schools around the world making transitions from in-person to online learning….

Get Started: Teaching Online #1 – Planning Your Online Course

How do you identify the learning outcomes of your online course? What are the best methods for identifying, sourcing, and organizing content for online instruction? How is this important to ensuring your course is engaging and effective? The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in schools around the world making transitions from in-person to online learning. Get…

Podcast: Issues in Central Asia’s International Relations

This program is the first in a series of podcasts on Central Asian international relations that aims to discuss key events and developments in the region and in its engagement with the world.  The podcast is part of a project by Dr. Eric McGlinchey and Dr. Shairbek Dzhuraev on debating the region’s relationships.  The podcast…