A workshop series designed to help faculty members think creatively about the use of digital media in their online courses
What does media do well in the context of education?
What makes a piece of media effective for teaching and learning?
How can media help you overcome challenges in your online courses?
The Center for Digital Innovation in Learning (CDIL) is excited to offer a workshop series designed to help faculty members think creatively about the use of digital media in their online courses. These in-person workshops will take place over the fall 2023 semester. Topics covered will include audio, video, graphics, animation, and immersive/interactive media.
Faculty members who attend all four workshops will be invited to submit a proposal to collaborate with a CDIL media producer in the design and development of a small-scale media project. These projects will be developed over the course of the spring 2024 semester.
These workshops will:
- Provide an overview of the educational media design and development process;
- Identify the affordances of different approaches to media creation in the context of teaching and learning;
- Examine how different pedagogical, aesthetic, and functional attributes contribute to the impact of educational media;
- Help you to plan for the development of your own instructional media project.
To register for the workshop series, please complete this form. The deadline for registration is Friday, August 25th.
Workshop dates and locations will be determined once registration numbers are confirmed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.