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ASIA 124: Iranian Post-1979 Cinema
Students use enhanced technology to complete the following assignments:

  • Making a Podcast: Using Audacity, each student will create an individual 10-15 minute podcast on a film or director of their choice and submit. Audacity is a free and open-source digital audio editor and recording application software, available for Windows, macOS/OS X, and Unix-like operating systems.
  • Sakai Video Chat: The Undergraduate Library has a Podcast Studio in the Media Resources Center where students can record, video-chat and discuss films and submit in Sakai. Students will have discussions on a particular film or a certain director of their choice, will record the discussion, and submit it. The discussion should not be more than 15-20 minutes. Students should prepare a set of questions to ask each other – similar to a roundtable discussion.

ASIA 350/AMST 352: The Asian American Experience
Students conduct an Oral History Project, interviewing Asian Americans in North Carolina. The recordings of interviews will be transcribed and added to the Southern Oral History collection:

KOR/CMPL 232: Imagining the City in Modern Korea: Text, Image, Space
Students conduct a digital mapping project. Working in small groups, students will select a Korean city and create a story map or map journal exploring its history, structure, and artistic representation.