Professor Anthony Adah of Cinema Arts & Digital Technologies was at the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) to give a master workshop Feb. 4 to Minnesota teachers, college instructors, and Minnesota Department of Education representatives on how to use film in middle and high school classrooms. Apart from the broader subject of film in the classroom, Adah focused on how teachers can effectively use African cinema to facilitate and enhance language arts, social studies, history, media literacy, and global studies learning objectives. The workshop was part of U of M’s Institute of Global Studies Title VI National Resource Center’s initiative, “The Rich Cultural Heritages of Africa: A Series of 4 Spring Sessions.”