Podfest is an annual event where MASCLab is able to showcase the amazing podcasting and media-making that we do all year. This year, it was hosted on May 3rd in the Teachers College Smith Learning Theater, and was attended by students, faculty, staff and administration. However, if you couldn’t make it, this post is for you! Here’s a full recap of our celebration of all … Continue reading Podfest 2019 Recap!
At the heart of the most successful teams in higher education is collaborative exploration, investigation, and an internal shared belief by members that discovery through hard work can lead to positive change. At MASCLab… Continue reading When Academic Writing Became a Team Sport
Results of the 2016 election were announced nearly a year ago. Following a period of paralysis, we at MASCLab, in partnership with collaborators and co-conspirators across the college, have cultivated our multimodal practices of citizenship by earnestly pursuing opportunities to experience “becoming educated” as a full-bodied practice. We view and re-view films that move audiences to action. Among them have been the documentary film, 13th, … Continue reading Citizenship as Multimodal Practice
Happy March everybody! In a recent discussion about our upcoming podcast, the MASC Lab team discussed the importance of multimodality in education. Multimodality, in a strictly denotative sense, is the understanding and approach to communication that utilizes sign systems across our five senses. But it is also an acknowledgment that we have undergone a major shift in the way we make meaning, from a strict … Continue reading Thoughts on Multimodality