Sree Sreenivasan

Sree Sreenivasan
Dean of Student Affairs, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

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Sree is a journalism educator at Columbia University and a technology evangelist and skeptic (feel free to ask him how it’s possible to be both) who works to help journalists and consumers use technology in smarter ways (after eight years of doing tech reporting on TV, he’s now doing so at DNAinfo.com.

AT COLUMBIA: In January 2008, he was appointed to a newly created position at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Dean of Student Affairs, overseeing all aspects of student affairs for the school’s 400 students from 30+ countries and 35+ states: Admissions and Financial Aid, Student Services/Acitivites, Career Services. He had previous worked as Dean of Students from July 2005-December 2007.

In this, his 17th year of teaching, he continues to teach in the school’s digital journalism program. In July 2007, he was promoted to Professor of Professional Practice. He also teaches workshops in Smarter Surfing: Better Use of Your Web Time, Figuring Out Blogs & Whatever’s Next, along with other topics, in newsrooms and educational institutions around the US and abroad.

In the Fall of 2009, along with adjunct professor Adam Glenn, Sree created a five-week course on Social-media Skills for Journalists – how reporters and editors can use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc, to better connect with audiences and bring attention to their own work. See the syllabus and notes from the course at http://bit.ly/socmediaskills. In the same semester, he co-taught, with Jeremy Kagan and Doug Herman, a Master Class for second-year MBA students on “Creating, Distributing and Marketing Digital Content” at Columbia Business School.

Sessions

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Location: Odets (4th Floor)
Edward Colleran (Copyright Clearance Center), Rafat Ali (paidContent.org), Sree Sreenivasan (Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism), Eric Schwartz (Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP)
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User-generated content, social media users, and the relative ease of sharing digital content are changing the way the rightsholders and content users view copyright. “Rethinking Copyright for a Digital World” will address some of the legal, ethical and economical concerns facing both rightsholders and content users. Read more.
  • Ingram Content Group
  • Qualcomm
  • Copia
  • Impelsys Inc.
  • Innodata Isogen, Inc.
  • Adobe
  • Aptara
  • Baker & Taylor
  • Bowker
  • codeMantra
  • Connotate
  • Google
  • HP
  • LibreDigital
  • MagMe
  • Malloy
  • Mark Logic
  • oXygen XML Editor
  • Chuckwalla
  • Foxit Software
  • Jacquette Consulting
  • Jouve North America
  • Lulu
  • Marvell
  • Media Services Group
  • PubServ
  • Safari Books Online
  • Silverchair
  • Virtusales
  • Vitrium Systems
  • Smashwords, Inc.

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