A profound evidence-based mash up with original footage by director, writer and producer Jordan Brown. If you want to know what is going on today with "screens" this is the documentary to watch. Find a few excerpts available online, and embedded below.
Having observed Jordan work so hard over so many years to bring this message out, I'd encourage you all to give it some time! After all, aren't we all feeling the effects of "screens" at least some of the time, if not all of the time?
A clever choice in title too. See Wizard of Oz. Please show your colleagues, and please show students and family and friends. Pat Scannell you and Jordan are so in sync!
Source: Photos of Wizard of Oz © 1939 Warner Home Video.
Another fascinating documentary in the same vein as Jordan Brown's documentary is this one.
Katina Michael presents the pros and cons of implantables during a Studio Tech Talk at the 2017 Sections Congress held in Sydney Australia. Visit the SC2017 Website: http://sections-congress.ieee.org/
Thanks to the IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology (IEEESSIT) for their unending support of our research. See more here: http://ieeessit.org/
Published September 15, 2017 by IEEEtv.org
Complete coverage of IEEESC17: https://ieeetv.ieee.org/event-showcase/sections-congress-2017
On one of my many trips to China, I was asked to appear in the "Star of Outlook" television series in Hangzhou. Here is a photo taken of the cast, and student finalists. On my right hand side is Prof Ken Jones of Miami University, and on my left is Jonathan Pratt of RMIT University (regional manager of China market recruitment). The filming was a grueling 2 days which seemed to never end. Students had 3 stages of elimination and then got to decide which University they would consider as #1. On the first night after we had retired for several hours, was a detailed marketing recruitment activity where we had the chance to pitch our respective universities and all they had to offer before parents and forthcoming students travelling to the US and Australia for their undergraduate degrees. Among these students were some of China's finest with a variety of non-technical and technical backgrounds. Some candidates on the show had travelled from rural parts of China.