Help! How can I use Media/Multimedia for an Assignment?

Rebecca Darling
Rebecca has worked with the Library and Technology groups at Wellesley College since 1999. In March 2011, she became the Assistant Director of Instructional Technology at Wellesley College. While she is officially the subject specialist for the languages and humanities, Rebecca teaches classes, plans assignments, and offers student support across all disciplines. Her professional interests currently include Universal Design for Learning, promoting technology based on pedagogical choices, and inclusive teaching practices. 

Krista Jackman
Krista is a Principle Lecturer in the Department of English at the University of New Hampshire. She has been teaching at the University of New Hampshire since 2004. A 2012 winner of the University of New Hampshire Faculty Excellence in Teaching award, Krista teaches a wide range of courses in the Composition Program, including First Year Writing, Technical Writing, Persuasive Writing, and Creative Nonfiction. She collaborates regularly with Academic Technology, the Honors and Discovery programs, Residential Life and the Dimond Library, to develop curriculum that integrates inquiry, technology and holistic engagement with university culture. In 2017, Krista was chosen as one of the UNH OER Ambassadors, and has since then, been committed to making substantive and sustainable changes to her courses through the use of OER and Open Educational Practices.

Michael McIntire 
Mike is the manager of Media and Collaboration Services within the Academic Technology department. He is involved with supporting faculty, staff, and students with the use of media and lecture capture for teaching and assessment. Support includes staff, equipment, and space to assist in the creation of media. His group also supports the use of web conferencing at UNH as well as investigating modern technologies such as virtual reality and 3D printing as tools for learning.

Sarah Moazeni
Sarah is a research and instruction librarian for the humanities and social sciences at Wellesley College.  Prior to Wellesley, she worked as the Public Services Librarian at the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives at New York University.  She holds an MSLIS from Long Island University and an MA in History with a concentration in women and gender from New York University. Her professional interests include feminist pedagogy, primary source instruction, and #critlib. 

Elizabeth Tietjen
Elizabeth is the Head of Digital Projects & Metadata at Providence College’s Phillips Memorial Library, where she leads digital initiatives, scholarly communications, and emerging technologies projects and services. Prior to Providence College, she spent four years supporting users of and leading technical services initiatives for Artstor Digital Library, with a focus on integrating media content into library discovery services and understanding media resource usage data. Her interests include technology for social justice, including open access and web accessibility, and user experience design. She holds an MLIS from McGill University and a BA in the History of Art from the University of Michigan.

Marquis Walsh
Marquis is an Instructional Designer at the University of New Hampshire. 

While completing his Masters in Broadcast Journalism at SI Newhouse he was recruited by CNN to work for CNN Headline News.  From 1985 to 1987 he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Belize where he developed and ran a broadcast TV unit for the Ministry of Education, funded by a grant from UNESCO. After his service he stayed on to become one of the founders of Channel 5 Belize, Belize's first TV station to produce local programming.

Originally working at UNH as a media producer, he later switched over to the Instructional Design and Development Center as an Instructional Designer specializing in use of media. He completed the Online Instructional Design Certificate program at Plymouth State University. Outside of work, he is a volunteer and former board chair for Krempels Center, New Life after Brain Injury, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of brain injury survivors.