Edited by Celeste McNamara (History), Scott Moranda (History), Jeremy Jimenez (Foundations and Social Advocacy) and Alexandru Balas (International Studies and Clark Center for Global Engagement)
Soliya (putting your classroom in audio/video touch with classrooms from the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia, Europe, and North America) – Soliya facilitators would facilitate dialogue for 16 hours of live synchronous interaction (8 sessions of 2 hours each) for your students; very easy to incorporate in your current classes as discussion sessions/seminar time - see the FAQ at the bottom of the Soliya webpage below; Students have approximately 25 hours of assignments (readings, homework, final project, and live meetings); Minimum number of students is 20 from the institution; Mostly for disciplines such as humanities, social sciences, engineering, business, but open to others, too. If interested about more details please contact Alexandru.Balas@cortland.edu and Mary.Schlarb@cortland.edu.
Subscriptions to Daily Chatter, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal through SUNY Cortland:
Kanopy (through myreddragon-Library-Databases-Kanopy) – excellent resources of lectures, documentaries, and feature films
Films On Demand (through myreddragon-Library-Databases-Films on Demand) - similar to Kanopy but without the feature films
Arte TV (some shows are geo-coded, but many are available in U.S., too)