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October 5-7, 2022, join a forum for diverse constituencies to express their views and to showcase ﬁndings on videography as a creative tool in the quest for social justice.
Comparative Media Studies and Writing subjects and schedules.
The collision of prejudice and visibility has led to a series of controversies that involve “regulatory definitions” imposed by institutions or legislatures, some of which are the subject of Schiappa’s forthcoming book, The Transgender Exigency: Defining Sex & Gender in the 21st Century.
At this Colloquium, we publicly honored our beloved colleague’s life and work, featuring brief talks by some of those who knew her best.
As buzz terms like “post-truth” and “deep fake” remind us, the social lives of documents are entwined with the techno-political conditions of the communities who produce, save and share them.
Authenticity, Interactivity, and Collaboration in Virtual Reality Games: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
“In this paper, we document and summarize the studies associated with our 4-year design project, Collaborative Learning Environments in Virtual Reality (CLEVR).”
With a new National Science Foundation grant, Justin Reich and collaborators will apply information literacy research to communities outside the formal education system.
“A Cellular Symphony”: A featured piece from Angles 2021, the best of MIT’s introductory writing subjects
“I’m ready for the lyricism of the lab,” writes biological engineer major Laura Schmidt-Hong.
The struggle of successive generations of education reformers who attempted to meet massive social and economic crises through careful instruction in media viewing and collective discussion.