The IRLT hosts a variety of talks and presentations approximately three to four times per year. Here is information about the most recent or upcoming event:
Latest IRLT Event
Energizing your Teaching with Technology
On Tuesday, April 10 Professor Dalton Kehoe, an IRLT member, spoke about energizing your teaching with technology. Professor Kehoe - one of the first faculty members of the Social Science Division in 1967 – eventually became a member of the Communication Studies Programme in 1983 - and after a 41 year career, retired from York in 2008 as Senior Scholar of Communications Studies in the Communication Studies Department. Early in his teaching career he was recognized as one of the top-ten teachers in the province by OCUFA. He has won York’s university-wide teaching award and was twice recognized as one of the top professors in Ontario by TVO.
Listed below are links to past IRLT events, or you can use Quick Links above to retrieve a more recent presentation. All presentations are in PDF format, and you will need Acrobat® Reader® to view them.
Lecture Capture ¦ May 2011
A faculty panel explored the topic of lecture capture. You can view the presentation in MP4 ⇒ (better quality but slower to download) or WMV ⇒ (poorer quality but quicker to download)
John discussed the Implications of the Topographic Revolution for the Digital Humanities
Shelley Hornstein ¦ April 2009
Shelly led a panel that explored the impact Google Earth, YouTube, and Twitter have made on what we took to be fixed notions of what is local and global; the Zoom, Grab, Click, Twitter: Technologies Transforming Space and Place panelists were Laura Berazadi, Rodolphe El-Khoury, and Reesa Greenberg