Check Out Symposium | Project Rebirth: Learning From Disaster Columbia Center For New Media Teaching And Learning

The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, with partners from Georgetown University, Project Rebirth, and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, hosted a special event entitled Learning from Disaster: Film and Understanding Our Resiliency in Miller Theatre on Wednesday, April 15th, 2009. The event focused on Project Rebirth, a documentary film about the recovery of 10 individuals deeply affected by the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Filmmaker Jim Whitaker discussed the film and introduced a 30-minute preview of the film and Dr. John DeGioia, President of Georgetown University, lead a panel discussion with Whitaker and faculty from Columbia University and Georgetown University who are using the archive of interview footage in innovative pedagogical ways.

symposium | project rebirth: learning from disaster columbia center for new media teaching and learning

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project rebirth: film and understanding our resiliency (deprecated) 46 10 Sep, 2011
using project rebirth in a social work course in adult psychopathology 54 10 Sep, 2011
using project rebirth in an english course: writing, invention, and media 53 10 Sep, 2011
using project rebirth in a clinical psychology course on loss and trauma 40 10 Sep, 2011
using project rebirth in a documentary filmmaking course 39 10 Sep, 2011

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