A virtual series will explore the connections between podcasting and pedagogy. Podcasting Toward Social Change: Sound-Based Pedagogy and Scholarship Series is a three-part series, where practitioners, theorists, and pedagogues will talk about podcasting toward social change.
Participants can register for one, two, or all three events. Registration is available here. All events will include a Q&A.
Organized by Illinois State University faculty Dr. Ela Przybylo and Dr. Erika Sparby with funding from the University’s SAGE Fund and Fell Trust, the series will take place from 3-4 p.m. (CST) February 18, February 25, and March 4.
Joi Adams ’20
Creator of “Dear White ISU” podcast
“Dear White ISU: Using Podcasting as a Tool of Activism.”
Creator of “The Learning Gene” and professor of philosophy at Mount Royal University
Creator of “Witch, Please” and “Secret Feminist Agenda” and assistant professor of publishing at Simon Fraser University
“Is Podcasting Pedagogy?: Rethinking the Teaching/Scholarship Divide.”