The Academic Exchange Multimedia Edition

Each standard issue of the Academic Exchange is followed by a supplementary electronic edition that contains several selections enhanced with multimedia and interactive content. Click below to download these free ebooks to your iPad.

AEibookFall 2014 AE Multimedia Edition: Faculty Governance and Engagement

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The Fall 2014 electronic edition of the Academic Exchange, enhanced with multimedia and interactive content, is now available on the Apple iBookstore. This edition explores what is faculty governance? How does it exist at Emory, and is it important?It examines matters of influence, impact, and innovation in faculty engagement in governance issues at Emory and other institutions in the US. Includes of interactive map of governance models at peer institutions, data from the faculty governance survey conducted in Fall 2013 by the Faculty Council, a video interview about ad hoc governance structures and their effectiveness, and more.

Winter 2014 AE Multimedia Edition: The International Campus 

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The Winter 2014 supplementary electronic edition of the Academic Exchange, enhanced with multimedia and interactive content, is now available on the Apple iBookstore. This edition contains four essays, videos featuring theology professor Emmanuel Lartey and University Distinguished Professor Salman Rushdie, an interactive map showing where Emory's international students and scholars are coming from, and a set of enhanced infographics from the Fall 2013 print issue.

Like many other institutions in the United States, Emory University has seen an increasingly internationally diverse campus community take shape in the last decade. The number of non-domestic students at Emory has grown nearly one and a half times from 960 in 2003 to 2,303 in 2012. The number of international scholars has grown at a similar rate. Nationwide, according to the U.S. State Department, F-1 visa issuances—the visa by which most international students come to this country—grew from around 300,000 in 2007 to nearly 500,000 in 2012. The impact of such a transformation on the culture and character of an institution is both obvious and subtle. It can be seen in classrooms and pedagogies, in dormitories and food services, in student support structures and research programs. This issue of the Academic Exchange examines both the recent evolution of Emory as an international campus as well as its future.

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ae multimedia fall 2013Fall 2013 AE Multimedia Edition: The University Budget

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The Fall 2013 supplementary electronic edition of the Academic Exchange, enhanced with multimedia and interactive content, is now available on the Apple iBookstore. This edition contains two essays and a set of additional infographics from the Spring 2013 print issue.

How are private research universities financed? How are those traditional funding models changing? How does the university budget function? And what do we consider "work" and "value" in the university? This supplementary edition of the Academic Exchange, Emory University's forum for faculty work, life, and thought, examines these questions and more. An essay on "Shaping Emory's Future" is enriched with video excerpts of four lectures delivered at Emory in 2012-13 on the future financial landscape of higher education. An essay on "The Productive Student" includes video interviews with two recent undergraduates whose productivity contributed to the university's brand value in different ways—one as a student employee and the other as a student athlete.

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Winter 2013 AE Multimedia Edition: Where Learning Happens

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The Winter 2013 supplementary electronic edition of the Academic Exchange, enhanced with multimedia and interactive content, is now available on the Apple iBookstore. This edition contains four essays from the Fall 2012 print issue that now include videos, interactive maps, and more. 

In a feature on teaching with the iPad, view interviews with Donna Troka, adjunct assistant professor in the ILA, and her students in her course From Archives to iPads: Investigating the Discourse of Sexuality at Emory, as well as materials they have unearthed in the Emory archives. Also see short videos produced by students in lecturer and journalist-in-residence Sissel McCarthy's Advanced News Writing and Reporting course. 

In a feature based on two essays about the many ways libraries on campus are being re-imagined and re-invented as digital and collaborative spaces, experience 3-D visualization tours of Samothrace, the sanctuary of the great gods, and ancient Rome as documented in Pirro Ligoria’s 1561 map. Also examine Atlanta maps from 1878 and 1928, and take a video tour of the newly renovated Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library.


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Summer 2013 AE Multimedia Edition: The Future of the Liberal Arts

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The Academic Exchange and Faculty Services of University Technology Services have collaborated to produce the first supplementary electronic edition of the Academic Exchange, enhanced with multimedia and interactive content. This edition contains two articles from the Spring 2012 issue that now include videos, 3D animation, and more.

In the feature based on Howard Kushner's essay on handedness and brain laterality, read and experience how left-handedness has been understood and explained over human history and its associations with both disorders and talents.

In the feature based on David Nugent's essay on the Master's in Development Program and the future of the liberal arts, view several videos that examine the meaning and impact of the program on approaches to understanding and addressing global problems of poverty and conflict. Also watch for future iBook editions of the AE throughout the year. 

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Currently these books can only be viewed on an iPad using iBooks 2 or later. iOS 5 or later is required.