Community Supported Film to Present at “Art and Technology in the Middle East” Conference at Columbia University

April 16, 2013

ta'alimOn April 18th Michael Sheridan will be one of several panelists presenting at Intersections of the Global and Local in Education in the Middle East – the 2013 TA’ALIM conference on the role of art, media and technology  in education in Middle Eastern countries, held at the Teachers College at Columbia University in New York.

Thursday, April 18th 2013
9am-3:15pm
Grade Dodge Hall 179,
Teachers College, Columbia University
525 W 120th St New York, NY 10027

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During the discussion the panelists will focus on how various media can help to aid the issues facing the Middle East. The day will consist of a video-conference between graduate students in the U.S., students at the American University in Cairo, and students at Notre Dame University in Lebanon. All students are in various stages of conducting or planning research on education in the region and will have a forum to share their successes and challenges. There will then be a panel of professionals and screenings of short films.

Panel: Art, Media and Technology in Education

12:45-2:15pm

Nada Elattar, Sesame Workshop
Kristyn Mohr, Global Nomads Group
Jennifer Lauren, T21
Abdullah Schleifer, Middle East Institute
Michael Sheridan, Community Supported Film
Moderator: Erin Twohig, Doctoral Candidate in French &
Roman Philology, Columbia University

Learn more about the event and register.

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