The Department of Art History and Communication Studies, Media@McGill and the Office of the Dean of Students at McGill University invite you to a public talk by CATHERINE ORENSTEIN, Founder and Director of The Op-Ed Project on Monday, 23 March, 6pm, Beaverbrook Seminar Room (230), 840 Dr. Penfield (Ferrier Building), McGill Campus.
Features, events and interviews that have been recorded using digital audio or video.
Media@McGill's special event on the role of media in both recent elections was audio-recorded, and is now available for download in MP3 format. Left-click on the link below to listen to it in your browser, or right-click and choose 'Save Link As...' to save it to your drive for download on to your MP3 player. The file is 107 MB.
The CKUT Radio panel on copyright laws that was broadcast live from Thomson House is now available for download. This piece is an excellent introduction to the importance of copyright legislation for educational institutions and researches, and society at large.
Guests included: Ian Boyko, Canadian Federation of Students/ (CFS); Olivier Charbonneau, Librarian and member of Fair Copy Right Montreal; Paul Jones, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) Policy & Education Officer; David Paradis, Président Fédération étudiante universitaire du Québec (FEUQ); Brett Gaylor, filmmaker and the creator of OpenSourceCinema.org (a video remix community supporting the production of a feature documentary about copyright in the digital age); and Dr. Michael Geist (by phone), Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce Law.
On May 5, the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada (MISC) hosted "Women and Radio in Canada," a bilingual public symposium that brought together professionals and academics to explore the challenges for women in radio in the 21st century.
Over the course of two panel sessions, they tackled issues such as the role of women in the industry, the historical contributions of women and minorities, and the differences between working in French and in English in Montreal. Participants shared some secrets of the trade and anecdotes about the wonderful world of radio broadcasting.
One Nation Under Google: Citizenship in the Technological Republic
A public talk by Professor Darin Barney
Canada Research Chair in Technology & Citizenship, McGill University.
This presentation took place Friday, March 14, 2008 in Arts W-215.
An archive video of this presentation is now available from Media @ McGill's YouTube channel.