Please join us as we engage in a discussion and workshop on audio and podcasting for education with radio producer and filmmaker, Erin Davis, in January. Participants will walk away from this two day workshop with a clear map for podcast production from concept to distribution. We will begin by addressing the fundamental question, “What is a podcast?” and swiftly continue to cover:
- Format, style and themes of a variety of leading podcasts
- Equipment needs & recording techniques
- Software & editing basics
- Distribution and sharing
The discussion and workshop will occur on Monday, January 20th and Wednesday, January 22nd, from 1pm-4:30pm. There will also be time to work with technologists on project work on Tuesday, January 21st, from 1-4:30pm.
Erin Davis is a radio producer and filmmaker living in Vermont. Her audio work has aired on All Things Considered, Studio 360 and elsewhere. She studied documentary at The New School, The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, in the studio with visionary cinematographer Albert Maysles and in the field on projects like the Oscar nominated film The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant and award winning Remote Area Medical.
If you would like to attend please sign up using this link - https://docs.google.com/a/middlebury.edu/forms/d/1N6wHPSN0XWGgM5zJ0vg0ko7pJq4C4Xc7UDhj9_fjmnQ/viewform
There are currently 25 faculty positions, 31 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 7 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
To celebrate the season, New England Review is pleased to make a special holiday offer to the Middlebury College community. From now until the new year, Midd students, faculty, and staff may purchase one-year subscriptions (that’s four issues) for only $20, and receive the current issue free.
Subscribe now, so you can start your gift subscription in time for the holidays—a perfect last-minute gift for the readers on your list. You’re welcome to pick up your free current issue here in the office—we’re located at 204 College Street, Apt. A—or we can send it through campus mail before the holiday break. Copies are also available for purchase in the college bookstore and the Vermont Book Shop.
To learn more about NER, please visit our website.
Credit card orders can be made by calling the NER office at ext. 5075 (Visa or Mastercard only), dropping by our office, or online through the College Bookstore (use the discount code SPCNER in the space indicated). You may also send your order with payment by check to New England Review, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT 05753. We look forward to hearing from you!
Pilates & Egoscue Method
Mixture Classes with Nina Vila
Students will gain tremendous strength, flexibility and awareness of alignment!
If you want to enhance your performance in sports, dance or simply get stronger, attaining
a more correct alignment, this class is for you.
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:35–1:25 p.m.
Starting January 7, 2014
MCA, Dance Studio 109
Open to Middlebury College Students/Faculty/Staff
Newcomers Encouraged, try it!
If you need a PE credit this is a great way to get it!*
Twice/week for $64
4 weeks total
Register through January 10th
online at go/tickets, call xMIDD, or stop by the Box Offices in
McCullough or the Mahaney Center for the Arts
Questions? Nina, firstname.lastname@example.org or 388-7400
or Missey, email@example.com or x5258
Please join us as we engage in a conversation and demonstration about the possibilities of iPad in Higher Education with Apple Systems Engineer, Lars Ljungholm on Monday, December 9th.
We are currently undergoing a shift in the education landscape. Students are now growing up in – and graduating into – a connected, information-rich world which presents both challenges and opportunities for educators. Faculty can use mobile learning tools to help personalize learning, engage and motivate students, and practice authentic assessment. At this session, we will be discussing and demonstrating the use of iPad and various apps that you can use to enhance your personal productivity and professional work both in and out of the classroom.
There will be a morning and an afternoon session in rm 105 in the Davis Family Library.
If you would like to attend please sign up for one of the sessions using this link - https://docs.google.com/a/middlebury.edu/forms/d/12vcWvum-OKFagVpiE4R-GzXFin5Im4SE2UsAHJQ2fkc/viewform
There are currently 23 faculty positions, 32 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 5 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites.
In this month’s EFAP newsletter you can learn about:
- The Power of Forgiveness
- Help with Handling Holiday Stress
- Holiday Safety Tips
- Winter Health Tips
as well as attend a work/life webinar about The Sandwich Generation. To access the December newsletter please visit: http://go.middlebury.edu/efap-December.
Did you know that you can also sign up to receive the EFAP newsletter via your email address? To do so, click here.
Featured Article: The Power of Forgiveness
December Work/Life Webinar: Long Distance Care Giving
Most employees today will face having to take care of an elderly relative while they are still working and taking care of their own families. This is known as the “Sandwich Generation.” In December’s webinar, we will discuss how to collect information, communicate with compassion, be proactive and respectful and how to cope with the issues that this generation faces every day.
Christine Walchuck began her career in the field of Career Planning and Placement; providing career counseling, developing and presenting group workshops, and managing student internships. She received a BS in Psychology and an MS in Education from Fordham University and is a certified DDI instructor in Targeted Selection and Interaction Management. Chris has worked with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and is a qualified instructor of the MBTI.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
12:00 – 1:00 PM EST. Please see the newsletter link above to find out how to register.
Due to the holidays and shipping madness, the increased risk of losses, and the lack of open libraries willing to send things, the Interlibrary Loan Department limits ordering and shipping during the second half of December.
If you need anything before winter break request it now! Interlibrary loan requests submitted to ILLiad after Dec. 15th will be ordered in early January.
ILLiad article requests will continue to be filled by RapidILL through Dec. 20st, but requests must have a valid ISSN and year to be processed by Rapid.
For loan materials use NExpress: (http://go/NExpress). NExpress will stay open during break. Requests placed in NExpress go straight to the Lending Library for processing. Loans ordered from NExpress over break should arrive in early January.
The Davis Family Library will be providing extended hours during the last week of classes and the exam period.
24/7 hours will start at 9:00 am on Sunday, 12/2 and will end at 10 pm on Sunday, 12/15. Bring your ID – card access is required between 11 pm and 7:30 am (9 am on Saturday and Sunday). Guest passwords for computer access will not be issued between the hours of 11 pm and 8 am.
Armstrong Library will have regular hours during this period, with later closing times on Friday 12/13 and Saturday 12/14.
Check here for up to date hours at all Libraries.