About The Teacher

Who am I?

Although I live in South France, I teach at CELSA, the School of Communications at the Sorbonne University in Paris, almost a thousand kilometers away. To do this, I use online technology.

This makes sense for the students since my specialization is emerging models of communications and social interaction created by new internet-based technologies. My courses include techniques of emerging digital strategies, social networks, podcasting, videocasting, blogging, and simple web content management systems.

An added challenge to my classes is that they are conducted in English for a largely francophone student body. Students are presented with a double challenge of encountering new forms of electronic culture and communications, and developing their skills in English.

The majority of our learning sessions are conducted online using simple online video, voice and text tools. Students work in CELSA's computer lab directed via a broadband connection from my home in south France.

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