Supporting Media Assignments

Where: The College of the Holy Cross
Hogan Campus Center 
College Street Gate 7
Worcester, MA
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When: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
9:00am - 3:00pm 
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am

Workshop Organizer: Michael McIntire of University of New Hampshire

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member: 
Early-bird rate prior to August 14 - $123.25 (15% discount)
Rate August 14 and after - $145

Non Member:
Early-bird rate prior to August 14 - $246.50 (15% discount)
Rate August 14 and after - $290

The registration fee includes am break and lunch.

Event Overview
Supporting media projects will lead you through how to put the supports in place for faculty who wish to assign media to their students. We’ll explore a variety of ways to support this kind of work from low-cost and scalable solutions through what it takes to provide a full lab with equipment for students to use. Presenters will discuss why media projects are beneficial to student engagement and retention of knowledge, as well as how to lead students through the ethical creation of media and why that is important.  This workshop will be targeted to people in the role of supporting faculty this may include, but is not limited to Instructional Designers, Academic Technologists and Library staff.

Session Outcomes:
- Understand the full scope of supporting media projects as assignments on a college campus.
- Identify strategies to support media creation, including ideas for partners and ways to scale support.

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