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In anticipation of Barack Obama's inauguration in January 2009, Jazz at Lincoln Center organized a series of concerts at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The occasion allowed former US Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor and jazz musician Wynton Marsalis to talk about two of their favorite topics: jazz and democracy. The result was a series of short videos produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center on jazz and its many connections to democracy.
Your Permanent Record? (YPR?) is an experimental, teacher-support podcast recorded at the EdLab. YPR? aims to create a reflective and supportive audio space for teachers and other educators by exploring education-specific issues in varied podcast formats: traditional talk show style, featured guest interviews, participatory podcasting, and case study discussions. YPR? appears on the EdLab site as well as its own podbeam site.
Submitted by Samba Doukhansy on Tue, 2016-09-27 00:33

Social media and higher education don’t often go hand in hand. The assumption is that social media’s fun and sometimes unruly style doesn’t fit the rigor and intensity required for success for in higher ed. Snapchat, more than any other social media, perhaps captures this contrast. The app is especially popular with teenagers. However, there is a surprisingly high number of higher ed institutions using the app in various forms.