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JANE MACFARLANE



Expert Voices:

Watch as Jane MacFarlane discusses the challenge of communication in online experiential learning as well as the benefits of accessibility and safe space found through working from our homes.





Profiles

Jane MacFarlane is a Sessional Instructor in the Drama Division in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at the University of Calgary. She has taught at such institutions as York University, Harvard University, Southern Methodist University, Mount Royal University and the University of Alberta. Jane is also a director, actor and voice coach. She is the Voice and Dialect Consultant for Vertigo Theatre, Voice and Text Coach for The Shakespeare Company, and the Resident Voice Coach for Theatre Calgary, where she has coached over 65 shows since 2000. Along with teaching Acting and Voice for the Actor, Jane teaches Voice and Presence for a variety of sectors through her own business, Voice Activated, and is currently coaching voice training for Skipping Stone, a “nationally recognized agency that connects trans and gender diverse youth, adults and families with the comprehensive and low barrier access to the support they need and deserve”. She spent the spring and summer of 2020 pivoting her teaching practice to both remote synchronous teaching and fully online asynchronous learning.






University of Calgary. (2020). Werklund School of Education: Gregory Tweedie. Retrieved from
http://werklund.ucalgary.ca/educ_info/profiles/163-130799 (accessed 06 July 2020).