2019 BEA On-Location Accepted Panels | BEA - The Broadcast Education Association
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Congratuations to the following panels that will be presented during BEA On-Location at the University of Colorado Boulder this October 10-12.

Academic Labor and Faculty Mental Health
Session Organizer: Robert Spicer, Millersville University of PA
Communication Technology Update 2019
Session Organizer: Augie Grant, University of South Carolina
Critiquing Content: Analyzing Media Representations
Session Organizer: James Lohrey, Shippensburg University
Effective Collaborations: Faculty reflect on their own collaborative experiences
Session Organizer: Sheila Schroder, University of Denver
Emotional Investments, Connected Meanings, and Audience Engagement
Session Organizer: Glenda Balas, UNT Dallas
Five challenges (and solutions!) to teaching a drones class
Session Organizer: Dale Blasingame, Texas State University
Redefining Doctoral Education:  Preparing Future Faculty to Lead Emerging Media Curriculum
Session Organizer: Cindy Royal, Texas State University
Social Media Conversations and Confirmation Bias: Exploring the Subjectivity of the Real Among Fake News Propaganda
Session Organizer: Darrell Roe, Eastern New Mexico University
Teaching out of touch journalism student and fostering the basics of news literacy
Session Organizer: Bradley Weaver , Westminster College, Pennsylvania
The Complexities of Intercultural Communication
Session Organizer: Tony DeMars, Texas A&M University – Commerce
The Curated Professor: Effective methods for using third party films and videos in the production classroom
Session Organizer: Jes Therkelsen, California State University, Fresno
Toward a Critical, Creative, and Inclusive Pedagogy of Practice, Pt II
Session Organizer: David Staton, University of Northern Colorado
Visual Media Abroad: Pragmatic Advice for International Production Experiences           
William J. Bolduc, UNCW

Immersive Technology Track:
Teaching with VR and creating VR in the classroom: Cutting through the Hype
Session Organizer: Jennifer Meadows, California State University – Chico
360 Video Storytelling; Student Productions Gone Right!             
Session Organizer: Angela Criscoe, Georgia College & State University
AR/VR/360 Video: The challenge of the next big thing!
Session Organizer: Suzy Smith, Ball State University
Breaking the Rules of Broadcast with Immersive Video
Session Organizer: Jon Zmikly, Texas State University
METX: Media, Entertainment &Technology – interdisciplinary storytelling using emerging technologies
Session Organizer: Jennifer Meadows, California State University – Chico