Professional multimedia development for targeted courses in each school.
Are you teaching large gateway courses and need professional quality video production equipment? Academic Technology and Office of Online Education are working with program directors to aid in multimodal support. Contact: Office of Online Education, OnlineEd@nullwfu.edu.edu
Workshops on DIY multimedia production for your courses
Looking to create high quality video to engage your students and wondering which editing software you should use to edit? If so, join Brianna Derr for an hour long workshop where we will discuss the best ways to create high quality video while working remotely and diving into Adobe Premiere Rush for novice editors. Contact: Brianna Derr, firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited access to the One Button Studio in ZSR The One Button Studio is a fully automated video production facility with green screen capability. The OBS has been used to produce podcasts, audio interviews, recorded narrations, and videos. The One Button Studio will be available for access as University policy allows. Stay tuned! Questions regarding studio reservations and post production should be directed to Brianna Derr, email@example.com.
Workshops on Student Multimedia Projects Let’s think about the ways in which we can enhance our learning experience for students by offering digital projects that are engaging, think outside-the-box, enhance communication skills, deepen understanding of content, promote digital literacy. We will discuss a variety of options but focus on Podcasting and Digital Essays. Questions should be directed to Brianna Derr, firstname.lastname@example.org. Register for the following times:
Friday, July 3, 10:00-11:00am (podcasting)
Friday, July 24, 10:00-11:00am (digital essay)
Friday, July 31, 10:00-11:00am (digital essay)
Teach from Home Equipment Grant
To enhance the quality of teaching materials created from home, the University has set aside $15,000 to reimburse instructors for necessary equipment and materials. Grants from this fund will be administered by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Academic Technologies. Examples of equipment requests might include, but are not limited to, whiteboards, webcams, video creation supplies such as tripods and mounts for Smart devices, microphones, and other related hardware. Software requests cannot be accommodated within this grant and should instead be directed to Senior Director of Academic Technologies, Hannah Inzko, email@example.com.The deadline for this application will be no later than 5:00pm on July 15th. All applicants will be notified by August 1, 2020.Questions regarding equipment needs and options should be directed to Brianna Derr @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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