Event Title

On a Tangent

Presenter Information

Faissal Tounisi, College of DuPage

Location

SRC 2000 Room E

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

10-5-2019 9:25 AM

End Date

10-5-2019 10:25 AM

Description

The student was tasked with an evaluative argument. Requirements included a modality of the student's choosing and four credible sources. Faissal chose to evaluate the country of Jordan's financial situation, looking to see where the country received funds (externally). This interest stems from the student's family ties to the country, as well as his concern for citizens' lack of the ability to afford something as common as bread. The student chose to create his first podcast, something he had always wanted to do but did not have the resources to create. COD's Media Lab gave the student a chance to create his first podcast. And, as you will see, the synthesis of research, critical thinking, and professional technology all lend to a strong final project.

Faculty Supervisor: Trina Sotirakopulos

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On a Tangent

SRC 2000 Room E

The student was tasked with an evaluative argument. Requirements included a modality of the student's choosing and four credible sources. Faissal chose to evaluate the country of Jordan's financial situation, looking to see where the country received funds (externally). This interest stems from the student's family ties to the country, as well as his concern for citizens' lack of the ability to afford something as common as bread. The student chose to create his first podcast, something he had always wanted to do but did not have the resources to create. COD's Media Lab gave the student a chance to create his first podcast. And, as you will see, the synthesis of research, critical thinking, and professional technology all lend to a strong final project.

Faculty Supervisor: Trina Sotirakopulos