1. Blogs, and Chat, and Tweets, Oh My! Using Social Media in FL Instruction

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    Lecturers and Professors from UT Austin come together and teach a workshop on how social media can be used as a tool to teach foreign languages.

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    • "Foreign Language Anxiety: On Learners, Teachers, and Pink Dresses." Dr. Elaine Horwitz

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      Dr. Elaine Horwitz's presentation from Teaching the Whole Class conference held at the University of Texas as Austin Sept. 24, 2011.

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      • FULL - White House Young America Series: Live from the University of Texas at Austin

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        The Annette Strauss Institute in the College of Communication hosted this event to promote the civic engagement of youth. Ronnie Cho,associate director of the White House Office of Public Engagement was emcee for the series, which was streamed live.

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        • FULL SPEECH - Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez addresses students on his upcoming new cable channel "El Rey"

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          College of Communication and Department of Radio-Television-Film alumnus Robert Rodriguez visited campus on May 2 to host a conversation with students and inspire what he called, “the next generation of innovators.” Charles Ramirez-Berg, a university distinguished teaching professor in the RTF program, arranged the event in conjunction with the Center for Mexican-American Studies under the title, “The Future of Latino Images in Film and Media.” Rodriguez, founder of Austin-based Troublemaker Studios, said that many of his innovations ushered original trends into the Hollywood mainstream. These included the push and acceptance of independent films in the 1990s, the rise and explosion of digital film around the new millennium, and the profitable return of the 3-D genre in the 2000s. A large portion of Rodriguez’s lecture centered on the filmmaker’s new cable channel “El Rey,” slated to premiere in 2013 on Comcast, the nation’s largest cable provider. When it airs, shows will be spoken in English but tailored to Latino audiences. Rodriguez also said he wants the programming to be so good that the network attracts all audiences, and that "El Rey" is currently accepting pitches.

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          • McGarr Sports Journalism Symposium - Athletes and Performance Enhancing Drugs

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            The School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin presents The McGarr Sports Journalism Symposium on "The Illicit Quest for Excellence: Athletes and Performance Enhancing Drugs - When the Big Story is Steroids." This presentation was made in 2006.

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            • 2011 TILJ Symposium: Panel One - Manuals of Customary International Law

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              Feb. 11, 2011 - Moderator: Prof. Derek Jinks, University of Texas School of Law. Introductory remarks by Dean Lawrence Sager, University of Texas School of Law. Panelists: Prof. Kenneth Anderson; Prof. Claude Bruderlein; Major Gen. Charles Dunlap

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              • Dr. Olga Kagan "Curriculum and Instructional Materials for Heritage Language Learners: A Macro Approach"

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                Dr. Olga Kagan's lecture from the Heritage Language Workshop. October 11, 2011 at the University of Texas at Austin

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                • Marsha Lovett: How Learning Works

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                  Dr. Lovett is the Senior Associate Director at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence, Associate Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon, and the co-author of “How Learning Works." This talk represents a bridge between research on learning and the practice of teaching. It introduces seven principles for “How Learning Works,” distilled from research in cognitive, developmental, and social psychology, education, and diversity studies. Faculty in many different contexts have found that these principles apply to their teaching – across disciplines, across student levels, and across cultures. Participants in the session will have multiple opportunities to discuss how the principles apply and can be leveraged in the courses they teach.

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                  • Hot Topics in 2011-- A Look Toward the 82nd Texas Legislature

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                    New Politics Forum panel oderated by the Honorable Sherri Greenberg, former member of the Texas House of Representatives and interim director for the Center of Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs Panelists include: Dr. Lloyd Potter (Official State of Texas Demographer), Professor Steve Bickerstaff (Redistricting Expert from UT-School of Law), and Dr. Michael Brandl (Professor at McCombs School of Business).

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                    • TPPF "High Stakes in Higher Ed" Panel Discussion

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                      April 29, 2011 Texas Public Policy Foundation presents "High Stakes in Higher Education" Panel discussion. Featured speakers: Bill Powers, Ronald Towbridge, and Robert Strawser.

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