Integrating Multimedia into Courses<br />Michael V. Miller<br />michael.miller@utsa.edu<br />Presented February 3, 2011 <b...
Learning Goals<br />What is online media? <br />How can you find it?<br />How can you employ it?<br />
What Is Media / Multimedia?<br />“media" and "multimedia“ <br />symbolic communication - not fundamentally text-based<br /...
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />can learn discipline via media<br />
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />2.  can “humanize” subject matter<br />build affective learning<br />
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />                    3.  can promote media literacy<br />        study from standpoint of...
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />4.  can better reach students<br />                               multi-sensory<br />
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />5.  because it’s free<br />
Why Teach with Online Media?<br />6.  because it’s fun<br />
ImagesSlideshows and Image-Based Videos<br />What The World Eats<br />Pakistan Floods - 6 mos after<br />
Simple Information Graphics<br />World's Most Polluted Places<br />Geography of a Recession<br />
Interactive Information Graphics<br />13 seconds in August<br />Casualties<br />Baby Name Wizard<br />Death Clock<br />Sca...
Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
Music<br />Grooveshark<br />I Am Woman<br />Helen Reddy<br />1972  Hit<br />Wives and Lovers<br />Jack Jones<br />1963  Hi...
Media Delivery Modes <br />digital materials delivered via links to:<br />online syllabus for out-of-class exhibition<br /...
Figure 1. One Week Assignments for SOC 1013 Class<br />Feb 9<br />Topic: 			Socialization: Self and Society               ...
Feb 13<br />Topic: 			Socialization, Role, and Identity<br />Video Assignments:                                           ...
Media Delivery Modes <br />digital materials delivered via links to:<br />online syllabus for out-of-class exhibition<br /...
Video Clip Functions in Presentations<br />1.  Descriptive<br />2.  Analytical<br />3.  Critical<br />4.  Affective<br />5...
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />iGoogle<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />Mindgate Media<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />Google Bookmarks<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />SlideShare<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />Gapminder<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />
Figure 1.  The Online Media Environment<br />xtranormal<br />
The UTSA Multimedia Classroom<br />physical classroom<br />equipment<br />online environment<br />important people to know...
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  1. 1. Integrating Multimedia into Courses<br />Michael V. Miller<br />michael.miller@utsa.edu<br />Presented February 3, 2011 <br />UTSA Faculty Workshop, Teaching & Learning Center<br />
  2. 2. Learning Goals<br />What is online media? <br />How can you find it?<br />How can you employ it?<br />
  3. 3. What Is Media / Multimedia?<br />“media" and "multimedia“ <br />symbolic communication - not fundamentally text-based<br />examples<br />illustrations, photos, information graphics, <br />video, music, audio, <br />games, virtual worlds<br />“multimedia” <br />combinations of media appealing to more than one sense<br />“online media” <br />media available on the WWW<br />
  4. 4. Why Teach with Online Media?<br />can learn discipline via media<br />
  5. 5. Why Teach with Online Media?<br />2. can “humanize” subject matter<br />build affective learning<br />
  6. 6. Why Teach with Online Media?<br /> 3. can promote media literacy<br /> study from standpoint of discipline<br />
  7. 7. Why Teach with Online Media?<br />4. can better reach students<br /> multi-sensory<br />
  8. 8. Why Teach with Online Media?<br />5. because it’s free<br />
  9. 9. Why Teach with Online Media?<br />6. because it’s fun<br />
  10. 10. ImagesSlideshows and Image-Based Videos<br />What The World Eats<br />Pakistan Floods - 6 mos after<br />
  11. 11. Simple Information Graphics<br />World's Most Polluted Places<br />Geography of a Recession<br />
  12. 12. Interactive Information Graphics<br />13 seconds in August<br />Casualties<br />Baby Name Wizard<br />Death Clock<br />Scale of Universe <br />
  13. 13. Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
  14. 14. Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
  15. 15. Types of Online Video and Audio Content with Examples<br />
  16. 16. Music<br />Grooveshark<br />I Am Woman<br />Helen Reddy<br />1972 Hit<br />Wives and Lovers<br />Jack Jones<br />1963 Hit<br />What happened in interim between these hits?<br />
  17. 17. Media Delivery Modes <br />digital materials delivered via links to:<br />online syllabus for out-of-class exhibition<br /> locate materials online <br /> link URLs to syllabus via hypertext<br /> include orienting questions<br />
  18. 18. Figure 1. One Week Assignments for SOC 1013 Class<br />Feb 9<br />Topic: Socialization: Self and Society <br />Text Assignment: Thompson & Hickey - chapter 4<br />For Your Information: The Real Difference Between Liberals and Conservatives<br />Feb 11<br />Topic: Developmental Socialization / Resocialization<br />Video Assignments: Growing Up Online To what extent and in what ways is the Internet important in the lives of youth today? Is participation in social networking websites sites such as MySpace and Facebook problematical for youth and their parents? How does it possibly shape and confound identity? Do you have a page or pages on a website? To what extent do they reflect the “real” you? Have/has your parents/parent seen your site? If so, what was their reaction? If not, why haven’t you shown it to them? Lord's Children Who are the “lord's children”—i.e., where are they from, how do they come to be, what are they forced to do, what impact does becoming one have on them? How are they commonly treated by family members when they escape? Describe efforts to resocialize them. Generally, how effective are such efforts?<br />
  19. 19. Feb 13<br />Topic: Socialization, Role, and Identity<br />Video Assignments: Interrogator InterviewZimbardo Interview Why do decent people sometimes do bad things? Compare and contrast Zimbardo's experiment with the case of Abu Ghraib. Consider the extent to which we "become" our roles. How likely are we to identify with the roles we play, no matter how disagreeable they might personally seem to us at first glance? In watching these videos, consider the following questions: 1. How did those (soldiers and students) who served as guards generally come to behave? 2. For what purposes were prisoners subjected to abusive treatment by guards? 3. Why did the guards engage in such behavior? 4. Do you think that you could have personally resisted "becoming" fully absorbed in either role? 5. What lessons about human behavior can we learn from these two video clips? <br />Audio Assignment:<br />Morality<br />From where does our sense of morality originate? Are humans the only species concerned with moral issues? <br />
  20. 20. Media Delivery Modes <br />digital materials delivered via links to:<br />online syllabus for out-of-class exhibition<br />PowerPoint lectures / presentations<br />within classroom<br />or <br />online via PowerPoint or streamed video<br />
  21. 21. Video Clip Functions in Presentations<br />1. Descriptive<br />2. Analytical<br />3. Critical<br />4. Affective<br />5. Icebreaker 1Icebreaker 2<br />initiates class / brief clip / pulls students in<br />arouses interest in topic <br />humor / irony<br />
  22. 22. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  23. 23. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  24. 24. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />iGoogle<br />
  25. 25. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  26. 26. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />Mindgate Media<br />
  27. 27. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  28. 28. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />Google Bookmarks<br />
  29. 29. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  30. 30. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />SlideShare<br />
  31. 31. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  32. 32. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />Gapminder<br />
  33. 33. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />
  34. 34. Figure 1. The Online Media Environment<br />xtranormal<br />
  35. 35. The UTSA Multimedia Classroom<br />physical classroom<br />equipment<br />online environment<br />important people to know:<br />information technology<br />(LaVonneGrandy, Jason Fane, Rick Schlueter) <br />

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