For Speakers

Thank you for agreeing to share your time and expertise with us!

  • We meet in Communications 126, located between The Daily and the elevators and the building’s main entrance (facing the Quad). See a campus map.
  • You’ll need a permit to park on campus; check your email and/or Twitter account for the magic phrase to tell the parking kiosk attendants so that parking is on us!
  • The class runs from 6.00 to 10.00. Guest speakers are scheduled from 6.05 – 7.15(ish) with questions. You are welcome to hang around as long as you like after that — but we may put you to work!
  • The classroom has a PC workstation with internet connectivity and “audio out.” However, we also have a laptop input option with a standard VGA input (warning for Mac folks – please remember your adapter!).
  • I suggest both prepared remarks (with or without slides) and discussion. Please include the following points in your remarks.
    (1) We are especially interested in how your organization has managed the shift from non-web communication to web-based communication, including basic websites, blogs, digital social gathering places.
    (2) We are also interested in your thoughts on what the future may hold for digital communication.
  • We will be recording and streaming the session unless you prefer that we not.
  • We will be live-tweeting the session unless you prefer that we not.

10 February : Kevin O’Keefe (@kevinokeefe), LexBlog

17 February : Tac Anderson (@tacanderson), Waggner Edstrom

24 February : Doug Rowan, Imaging Solutions (former CEO of Corbis)

3 March : Renay San Miguel (@primomedia), technology journalist


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