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Teaching Culture in the Digital Millenium: 2002 Teleconference Video
Publication Date: Dec 23, 2002
ISBN:0072882441 / 9780072882445
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Imprint: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies,Inc. Dimensions: 7.5 X 4.3 Inches (US)
Main DescriptionThis videoconference, filmed in 2002, is the seventh of the McGraw-Hill Teleconferences. The focus of this video is how the teaching of culture has changed as a result of advances in multimedia technology. Specific topics discussed include the teaching of Spanish via the Internet, how to represent language as a culturally embedded communicative practice, role of the instructor in the new digital environment, and how multimedia can transcend physical geographic borders in the teaching of culture. Special examples culled from the classroom offer a practical application of the discussion. Panelists include moderator Gerard. L Ervin, Ohio State University; Gilberte Furstenberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ute S. Lahaie, Baylor University; Robert Blake, University of California at Davis; Roberta Lavine, University of Maryland; Judy Raggi Moore, Emory University; and Carl S. Blyth, University of Texas at Austin.