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Advancing Media Literacy & Preparing Students to be 21st Century Professionals

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  • 1. NO CHILD (OR FACULTY MEMBER) LEFT BEHIND: Advancing Media Literacy & Preparing Students to be 21st Century Professionals
  • 2.
    • “ A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.”
        • — Mark Twain
  • 3. Presenters
    • Rob Bruce
    • Susanna Herndon
    • Coco Kishi
  • 4. Agenda
    • Introduction
    • The University of Texas at Austin and the Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment (DIIA)
    • Digital Media Services
      • The Visionary Dream
      • The Practical Reality
      • Lessons learned . . . and confirmed
    • Q & A
  • 5. University of Texas at Austin
    • ~50,000 students
    • 16 colleges and schools
    • 2,700+ teaching faculty
    • 19,000 staff
    • 350-acre main campus
  • 6. D I I A
    • The Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment (DIIA) was created in 2001 to address evolving teaching, learning, and assessment needs of UT Austin faculty members and students.
    • DIIA is a division under the Dean of Continuing and Innovative Education with the express mission to work with all university colleges, schools, and units to enhance teaching and learning.
  • 7. D I I A
    • Instructional Technology Research and Development
    • Faculty and Graduate Student Instructional Consulting
    • Instructional Assessment and Evaluation
  • 8. Digital Media Services
    • The Visionary Dream
    • Facilities
    • Financial resources
    • Talent
    • Faculty served
    • Students impacted
  • 9. Digital Media Services
    • The Visionary Dream
  • 10. What we desired MIT Stata Center Saltire Centre Glasgow Caldonian University Salt Lake City Public Library
  • 11. What we got
  • 12. DMS Services
    • Training
    • Consulting
    • Facility use
    • Equipment checkout
    • Online resources
  • 13. Services for faculty
    • Course incubation
    • Individual consultation
    • Faculty media workshop
    • Monthly group feedback sessions
  • 14. Services for students
    • From just-in-case to just-in-time training
    • Workshops: audio recording, video recording, video editing, screencasting, creativity, digital storytelling, storyboarding, project management, team building and custom workshops on other tools
  • 15. Services for students
    • Consulting
    • Facility use
      • Digital media lab
      • Audio recording studio
      • Video recording studio
    • Camera kit checkout
  • 16. Staff Resources
  • 17. Program assessment
    • Process and protocol
    • Capacity
    • Faculty readiness
    • Student learning
  • 18. Media project evaluation
    • www.utexas.edu/academic/diia/dms/faculty/assessment/index.php
  • 19.  
  • 20.  
  • 21. Results
    • Fall 06 - 4 courses/60 students/12+ projects
    • Spring 07 - 17 courses/282 students/333 media projects (141 video projects)
  • 22. Expectations
    • Students are technically savvy
    • Students want to learn media techniques
    • Students will come to evening and weekend workshops
    • OS does not matter
    • iMovie is easy to learn and use
    • Students will manage their time well
    • • Students will want to work at home or other labs
  • 23. Lessons confirmed
    • Students are majority PC users
    • Students forget everything quickly
    • Students want in-class training
    • Students are careless with camera settings
    • Students are new to dealing with large file sizes
    • Students procrastinate despite warnings
    • Students need coaching to work in teams
    • Students like getting hands-on help but . . .
  • 24. Lessons confirmed
    • Services became critical course component
    • Limit student projects to 5 min max
    • Video projects are hard to scale
    • Carefully monitor faculty expectations
    • Not for everybody
  • 25. Survival Tips
    • Dedicated staff
    • Communicate... communicate
    • Rapid response to changes
    • Continual feedback
    • Be flexible
    • Have access to more $$$
  • 26. Next Phase 2007-08
    • Activity tracking
    • Equipment checkout system
    • Online training & tracking
    • More diverse offerings
    • Cross platform tools
    • Assessment
    • Longitudinal tracking of students
  • 27. Acknowledgments
    • Penn State Studio 204
    • www.studio204.tlt.psu.edu
    • University of Tennessee Libraries Media Center The Studio
      • www.lib.utk.edu/mediacenter/studio/index.html
    • University of Wisconsin DoIT
    • www.academictech.doit.wisc.edu/ORFI/avs/index.htm
  • 28. Contact
    • DMS Web:
    • http://www.utexas.edu/academic/diia/dms/
    • Rob Bruce [email_address]
    • Susanna Herndon [email_address]
    • Coco Kishi
      • [email_address]