Knight Foundation’s Eric Newton will explore Six Things Educators Can Do Right Now To Go Digital, a FREE one-hour Webinar on Monday, October 28, 2013 at 2:00 PM Eastern time. Can’t attend the live event? Your registration gives you unlimited access to the replay when it becomes available.
Newton, author of a new e-book that doubles as a classroom tool, will offer six ideas that educators at all levels can use to drive digital into the classroom.
In this one-hour Webinar on Monday, Oct. 28, you’ll learn:
- How to use digital educational resources to enhance learning
- How to shift to open, mobile and social assignments
- Where to find the latest tools and techniques
- Groups you should join to associate with other digital educators
- Ideas for conducting live news experiments with open, collaborative teams
- (This one is a surprise!)
We will explore examples from Searchlights and Sunglasses, Field Notes from the Digital Age of Journalism, an e-book that is both a call for change in journalism education and an example of that change. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter at the hashtag #edshift.
This Webinar is for educators at all levels who are looking for ideas to enhance their classrooms with digital tools.
Sign up now for Six Things Educators Can Do Right Now To Go Digital. The Webinar, at 2 p.m. Eastern time, Monday, Oct. 28, is free thanks to the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Can’t attend the live event? Your registration gives you unlimited access to the replay when it becomes available.
Questions? Go to Six Things Educators Can Do Right Now To Go Digital, read our Webinar FAQ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Poynter Institute for Media Studies is an international leader in journalism education, and a thought leader that stands for uncompromising excellence in journalism, media and 21st-century public disclosure. Poynter faculty teach seminars and workshops at the Institute in St. Petersburg., Fla., and at conferences and organizational sites around the world. Its e-learning division, News University, www.newsu.org, offers the world’s largest online journalism curriculum, with more than 400 interactive courses and 250,000 students. The Institute’s website, www.Poynter.org, produces 24-hour coverage of news about media, ethics, technology, the business of news and the trends that currently define and redefine journalism news reporting. The world’s top journalists and media innovators come to Poynter to learn and teach new generations of reporters, storytellers, media inventors, designers, visual journalists, documentarians and broadcast producers, and to build public awareness about journalism, media, the First Amendment and protected discourse that serves democracy and the public good.