Two Workshops by AUC's Kim Fox this February

This February we're really excited to have The American University in Cairo's Kim Fox give two masterclasses for the CEU community.

Creating Audio Content in the Classroom
Tuesday, February 13, Nador 15 106

3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Session 1

With the popularity of podcasting, many educators are wondering how to create audio content for classroom assignments. In this 2-hour hands on workshop, participants will learn how to plan and execute discussion podcasts, create audio diaries, how to write for narrative, non-fiction podcasts and identify assessment options for audio assignments.

Using Audio Content in the Classroom
Wednesday, February 14, Nador 15 106

3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Session 2

Audio content is ideal for use as course material. In this 2-hour workshop, participants will learn how to use audio diaries for research purposes, how to edit interviews and lectures, learn about academic resources for podcasting and more.

Kim Fox is currently an associate professor of practice in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (JRMC) at The American University in Cairo (AUC) in Cairo, Egypt. She primarily teaches Audio Production and Multimedia Writing.

She received both her B.S. and her M.A. degrees from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.

Kim spent decades working in the U.S. radio industry in various positions at radio stations including WOUB AM/FM/TV in Athens, Ohio; WIZF in Cincinnati, Ohio; WBLK in Buffalo, New York, WAKR in Akron, Ohio and many more.

She was recently named to the EducationShift 20 List of innovative journalism educators.

Her students have won over 40 international awards and recognitions since 2010 including 15 last year.

You won’t find her ranting on Twitter, but check her out there … just in case: @KimFoxWOSU

The talk is part of the workshop series The Open Academic: Innovative Ways of Engaging in the Public Sphere coordinated by the Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS) with partners across the university including the Department of International Relations, the Communications Office, the Visual Studies Platform, Digital Humanities, The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the Centre for Academic Writing (CAW). If you are interested in the workshop series, please get in touch with Ian Cook at