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A new TeachingMedia.org Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier has been 
released! Edited by Leah Shafer and Melanie E.S. Kohnen, the dossier 
focuses on pedagogical crossovers between Digital Humanities and Media 
Studies. The table of contents is as follows:

"Producing Knowledge in the Media Studies Classroom: Working with Wikis" 
by Lauren S. Berliner

"Collective Reading: Shot Analysis and Data Visualization in the Digital 
Humanities" by Joel Burges, Nora Dimmock, and Joshua Romphf

"ClipNotes in the Classroom Video Annotation Software for Instruction 
and Collaboration" by Andrew deWaard

"Teaching Subtitles as Historiographic Research" by Kevin Ferguson

"Rebuilding and Repair as a Critical Practice in the Media Studies 
Classroom" by David N. Wright

"Design and DH in the Media Studies Classroom" by Grant Wythoff

You can access the dossier here: 
http://www.teachingmedia.org/cinema-journal-teaching-dossier/

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