Expanding the Digital Arts Program 2009 League for Innovation CIT Conference
Session Description The fast pace of change in digital arts makes keeping your program current with workforce needs a challenge. Having a high quality program is paramount to meeting the needs of area employers, Educators attending the session learn about a collaborative program development Process, Review steps taken, and discuss options for future program development
St. Louis Community College Four Campuses One Mission
Structure Credit/non Credit, Certificate, AAS, Transfer Degree
Tech Scan Outcomes Skilled employees in great demand 20 – 25% growth in employment Software - Adobe Creative Suite, Animation, Flash, Video Final Cut Pro Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Web Marketing, audio and video for web Life long learner (new Software / Technology) Writing Skills
Tech Scan Outcomes Titles Designer, Media developer, Visual designer Motion graphics designer, Animation designer Flash designer, Web designer Video editor, Copywriter Digital Journalist /social media producers, Media assistants Production assistants, graphic designers, web developers, communications assistants
DACUM - Process The college process where Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) provide a job analysis and define the Duties and Tasks for a particular job.
DACUM - Process DACUM Facilitator Training – The Ohio State University (Dr. Robert Norton) A list of Knowledge and Skills Assessments & tools developed A list of future trends and challenges are developed A DACUM chart is completed and sent out for review Task analysis begins