Harrington School Executive Advisory Board Meeting
May 9, 2014
Today’s Objectives
Welcome: How the Advisory Board helps ad...
Introductions
The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares
graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators an...
Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
MLIS Degree
COMPLETED & APPROVED: Comprehensive curriculum
overhaul fea...
Integrated Media Major
UNDER DEVELOPMENT: New undergraduate
interdisciplinary major offers students a flexible program
to ...
Grants Received
• $50,000 planning grant for Media Smart Libraries from
the Institute for Museum & Library Services (IMLS)...
Coordinated Approach to Internships
All Harrington School internships are coordinated through
Internships and Experiential...
Get Street Smart
Make Real-World
Learning
an Integral Part of
the School
2
Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world ...
Harrington Rangers. Undergraduate brand ambassadors
provide outreach and customized communication support
for prospective ...
Attract the Best
Become a
First-Choice
Destination for
Students & Faculty
3
Public Events
2013
January 14 Convergence and ...
Innovative Learning & Teaching
with Digital Media Texts, Tools & Technologies
K-12 teachers and college faculty, school an...
20th International Association of Intercultural
Communication Studies Conference
Enhancing Global Community, Resilience
an...
Harrington School Web Visibility Campaign
Search Engines Find Us First!
A measure of the likelihood that Google will
include URI Harrington School in search results
We’re Well Ahead
Up to 6K Visitors per Week
Double the Friends
Holiday Vacation Campaign
All Over the World
Young Adults Like Us
The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares
graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators an...
URI Harrington School
Organization & Governance
May 28
INTERVIEWS WITH ACADEMIC LEADERS
June 24 – 25
ROUNDTABLE ON
STRUCTU...
Camp Harrington
Through a faculty development
process, we plan and develop work
that leads to strategic change
through int...
Mark Marosits
Jillian Belanger
Frank Romanelli
Keith Brown
Joy Ye
Kaylen Shimoda
Stefanie Metko
Regina Bell
Norbert Mundor...
Welcome New Harrington School
Faculty 2014 - 1015
Hollie Smith, PhD, University of Maine
Ryan Omizo, PhD, Ohio State Unive...
The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares
graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators an...
Get Street Smart
Make Real-World
Learning
an Integral Part of
the School
2
Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world ...
Get Street Smart
Make Real-World
Learning
an Integral Part of
the School
2
Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world ...
The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares
graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators an...
URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014
URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014
URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014
URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014

730
-1

Published on

A progress report on the work of the University of Rhode Island's Harrington School of Communication and Media in 2013 - 2014

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
730
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

URI Harrington School of Communication and Media 2014

  1. 1. Harrington School Executive Advisory Board Meeting May 9, 2014 Today’s Objectives Welcome: How the Advisory Board helps advance the future of the Harrington School of Communication and Media Review and discuss results of Harrington School progress in 2013 - 2014 Explore and develop future opportunities that enable Harrington School students and faculty to engage with the professional world
  2. 2. Introductions
  3. 3. The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators and communicators who are well-prepared for citizenship, careers, and life in a rapidly changing global economy. Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 1 2 3 HARRINGTON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STRATEGIC PLAN Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  4. 4. Graduate School of Library and Information Studies MLIS Degree COMPLETED & APPROVED: Comprehensive curriculum overhaul features 5 core courses and three specialized tracks: library leadership, organization of digital information, and school/youth library services. Re- accreditation received from the American Library Association. Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy COMPLETED & APPROVED: 12-credit, 12-month blended learning program in collaboration with the School of Education supports education and technology leaders who are integrating digital media into formal and informal learning across K-16 education Progress Report, Curriculum Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research 1
  5. 5. Integrated Media Major UNDER DEVELOPMENT: New undergraduate interdisciplinary major offers students a flexible program to advance knowledge and skills Certificate in Digital Media and Marketing BEGINNING DEVELOPMENT: 12-credit, 12-month fully online program includes a focus on Internet and new media marketing, storytelling and brand development, creative design and usability testing, web analytics and optimization Progress Report, Curriculum Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research 1
  6. 6. Grants Received • $50,000 planning grant for Media Smart Libraries from the Institute for Museum & Library Services (IMLS) • $50,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation for Digital City Rhode Island, a statewide business development – higher education initiative • $25,000 to establish the Center for Media Literacy Thoman Archives Under Review • $500,000 proposal for Media Smart Libraries to the Institute for Museum & Library Services In Development • $2 million for Certificate Program in Digital Media and Marketing • $2.5 million for Digital Competencies for Information Professionals Declined • $35K mini-grant for CF Digital, Knight Foundation Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research 1 Progress Report, Research and Community Outreach
  7. 7. Coordinated Approach to Internships All Harrington School internships are coordinated through Internships and Experiential Education (ITR) which provides support for learning goals, clear expectations, e-portfolio and supervisor assessment Executive Advisory Board Member Engagement Presentations, Google Hangouts and face-to-face meetings connect students and faculty with members of the Executive Advisory Board. DC 206 Co-Work Space, Digital City Rhode Island Current Harrington School students and recent grads can apply for free 4-month or 12-month residencies at DC206, the Digital City RI co-work space we developed in Providence Rhode Island in collaboration with Providence Pictures and AS220 Progress Report, Engage with the Professional World 1 Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School 2
  8. 8. Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School 2 Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world client Substantive faculty involvement OUR PARTNERS GTECH Initiative to Aid Afghan Women Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management URI Theater Department
  9. 9. Harrington Rangers. Undergraduate brand ambassadors provide outreach and customized communication support for prospective students and their families. Rangers also offer academic peer advising to current students. Harrington HUB. The HUB is open 110 hours weekly for equipment checkout and provides access to computers with specialized software for post-production. Progress Report, First-Choice Destination Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 3 Ranger Hall Renovation. Permits in hand; fundraising campaign begins Fall 2014. Journalism Department Moves to Rodman Hall. Renovated space includes faculty offices and multimedia classroom with 25 MACs. Featuring The Collaboratory, a flexible meeting space for students and faculty.
  10. 10. Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 3 Public Events 2013 January 14 Convergence and Community February 21 Digital Engagement 2.0 July 14 – 19 URI Summer Institute in Digital Literacy September 20 Symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy October 30 Google and the World Brain November 6 From Ranganathan to Read/Write: Managing Digital Disruption November 8 GSLIS 50th Anniversary Gala November 14 HS Journalism Day 2014 February 27 Student Film Showcase in Wakefield March 5 PR Summit March 18 The Art of Writing Grant Proposals March 22 Open Mic, Open Minds: An Exploration of Social Issues in Standup March 26 Google Tools for Learning March 27 Amanpour Lecture: Omar Bah March 31 The Power & Perils of Propaganda May 16 Personalizing the News June 14-15 The Story of Movies: Film Foundation
  11. 11. Innovative Learning & Teaching with Digital Media Texts, Tools & Technologies K-12 teachers and college faculty, school and public librarians, and technology entrepreneurs and media professionals Summer Institute in Digital Literacy July 13 – 18, 2014 Providence RI – CCE Campus
  12. 12. 20th International Association of Intercultural Communication Studies Conference Enhancing Global Community, Resilience and Sustainability through Intercultural Communication July 31 – August 3, 2014 Providence RI – CCE Campus REGISTER: www.harrington.uri.edu/iaics
  13. 13. Harrington School Web Visibility Campaign
  14. 14. Search Engines Find Us First! A measure of the likelihood that Google will include URI Harrington School in search results
  15. 15. We’re Well Ahead
  16. 16. Up to 6K Visitors per Week
  17. 17. Double the Friends Holiday Vacation Campaign
  18. 18. All Over the World
  19. 19. Young Adults Like Us
  20. 20. The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators and communicators who are well-prepared for citizenship, careers, and life in a rapidly changing global economy. Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 1 2 3 HARRINGTON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STRATEGIC PLAN Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  21. 21. URI Harrington School Organization & Governance May 28 INTERVIEWS WITH ACADEMIC LEADERS June 24 – 25 ROUNDTABLE ON STRUCTURE & GOVERNANCE Dr. Robert Zemsky is the founding director of the Institute for Research on Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. He is the author of Making Reform Work: The Case for Transforming American Higher Education. Bob Zemsky Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  22. 22. Camp Harrington Through a faculty development process, we plan and develop work that leads to strategic change through interdisciplinary dialogue. August 18 - 20, 2014 LOCATION: Coastal Institute, Bay Campus TOPICS: Engaging with the Professional World Media/Technology Across the Curriculum Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  23. 23. Mark Marosits Jillian Belanger Frank Romanelli Keith Brown Joy Ye Kaylen Shimoda Stefanie Metko Regina Bell Norbert Mundorf Daphne Wales 2014
  24. 24. Welcome New Harrington School Faculty 2014 - 1015 Hollie Smith, PhD, University of Maine Ryan Omizo, PhD, Ohio State University Lehua Ledbetter, PhD, Michigan State University Tony Balko, MFA University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  25. 25. The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators and communicators who are well-prepared for citizenship, careers, and life in a rapidly changing global economy. Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 1 2 3 HARRINGTON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STRATEGIC PLAN Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  26. 26. Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School 2 Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world client Substantive faculty involvement OUR PARTNERS GTECH Initiative to Aid Afghan Women Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management URI Theater Department
  27. 27. Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School 2 Interdisciplinary | Project-based | Real-world client Substantive faculty involvement What could the UnClassroom look like in 3 – 5 years? In what other innovative ways can Harrington School students and faculty engage with the professional world?
  28. 28. The Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates who are effective thinkers, creators, collaborators and communicators who are well-prepared for citizenship, careers, and life in a rapidly changing global economy. Accelerate Curriculum Reform Advance Innovation in Teaching & Research Get Street Smart Make Real-World Learning an Integral Part of the School Attract the Best Become a First-Choice Destination for Students & Faculty 1 2 3 HARRINGTON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STRATEGIC PLAN Develop Infrastructure to be Competitive
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×