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Foster Campus Dialogue with The New York Times - Shared screen with speaker view
Felice Nudelman I AASCU
18:51
Great to see everyone!
Brandon Griggs
19:14
Great to be here. I’m Brandon Griggs - Dean of Student Affairs at Texas A&M - Central Texas
Elizabeth Bennion
19:16
Hello Cathy, Felice, and Candice! Great to "be" with you all again!
James Burton
19:46
Hi, Jim Burton, Communication department at Salisbury University in Maryland
Elizabeth Bennion
20:01
Elizabeth Bennion, Chancellor's Professor of Political Science and ADP Director at Indiana University South Bend.
Elizabeth Bennion
21:50
*Kandace, I forgot the spelling of your name, but I certainly remember you! Thanks for all of your great work over the years. I am thrilled that our campus has the digital NYT program and especially appreciate the ability to log into the Times and read the article using a non-IU email and even our personal social media sites!
Cathy Copeland
24:03
That is a wonderful feature, Elizabeth! I appreciate it!
Felice Nudelman I AASCU
25:36
I love the Podcasts!
Felice Nudelman I AASCU
28:50
This is the link to the Race Related newsletter: https://www.nytimes.com/spotlight/race
Jim Burton
37:13
Could we get a link to the presentation to share with colleagues and the administrators we’ll be persuading?
Cathy Copeland
38:35
Great question, Jim. Yes, I can send the recording and the slide deck at the end of the day.
Elizabeth Bennion
41:03
Some of us need to RELAUNCH (and remind) students, staff, and faculty about this resource. That's one thing we are planning to do!
Cathy Copeland
41:20
Excellent!
Elizabeth Bennion
46:21
Yes! We'd love those launch resources! I'd also love to share her list of ideas for instruction with our faculty!
Julie Feighery
46:54
Sorry I had to join late, but I heard you discussing materials that could be incorporated on a library website, etc. to help with providing instructions to sign up for free access, etc. Is there a link for that? We'd like to do more promotion of this resource.
Cathy Copeland
47:01
I'll see if we can get that list of ideas in a separate PDF, to make promotion easier.
Julie Feighery
47:13
Thanks!
Elizabeth Bennion
59:30
Using the New York Times for a Black History course or Climate Change course, or Women's History course, or Political Controversies course would be a way for instructors to meet the student demand for FREE course materials (as long as we can collectively fund the Times program on our campus/university).
Elizabeth Bennion
01:00:02
We have a course on the Sociology of Food. This would be a good fit.
Julie Feighery
01:05:37
We've done handouts, announcements in faculty senate, etc. but here in the library we get questions on access and how they can sign up. Any promotional materials would be appreciated.
Jim Burton
01:05:42
I have to head to my 2pm meeting but thank you!
Amber Godwin
01:06:48
This correlates smoothly with education courses especially when teacher candidates need to situate themselves in current events to kind of center their identities as future teachers. Also fantastic for social studies methods courses
Cathy Copeland
01:07:56
https://www.aascu.org/ADP/Events/Global-Literacy-Talks/
Elizabeth Bennion
01:10:21
Yes! A brief video is a good discussion launcher for a course or student event.
Elizabeth Bennion
01:11:04
Social media and APP options would be GREAT to advertise using GRAPHICS!
Felice Nudelman I AASCU
01:11:04
Found the link: https://www.nytimes.com/spotlight/race
Amber Godwin
01:11:17
Thank you so much Kandace! This has been really informative!
Elizabeth Bennion
01:11:27
If you have those to share, that would be very useful.
Elizabeth Bennion
01:13:30
Thanks! Knowing about the bookmark and permalink options is very useful!
Elizabeth Bennion
01:16:04
THANK YOu!
Amber Godwin
01:16:09
Thank you!
Joseph Zompetti
01:16:24
Thank you everyone...sorry I came in late.