- 2:00 PM (Eastern)
- 1:00 PM (Central)
- 12:00 PM (Mountain)
- 11:00 AM (Pacific)
Libraries in higher education have become a hub for both research and multimedia instruction throughout their institutions and are offering instruction to faculty and students on topics such as web design, video and audio production, virtual reality, and other multimedia platforms.
In this 3-week eCourse, you'll learn how to utilize the services and technologies you offer to expand course-integrated multimedia instruction into lesson plans and develop multimedia assignments. Multimedia instruction expert Leah Howd discusses ways you can build and enhance relationships with instructors who may want to integrate multimedia assignments into their courses. Throughout the course, you will develop a sample multimedia assignment that includes expected learning outcomes and a lesson plan for future implementation. These learning materials will draw on the information literacy expertise of information professionals.
This is a blended format web course:
Throughout the course, you will have the chance to participate in 3 separate live webinar lectures, one per week. The live events will take place on Tuesday, April 9 and Tuesday, April 16, and Tuesday, April 23 at 1:00 pm Central time. The webinars will be recorded and distributed through the web course platform for asynchronous participation for those who cannot attend the live events. The web course space will also contain the exercises and discussions for the course.
Image credit: multimedia by Maxim Basinski from the Noun Project
After participating in this course, you will be able to
- Identify potential courses, instructors, and disciplines that could partner with your library to design multimedia classroom assignments.
- Develop learning outcomes and a lesson plan for a multimedia assignment.
- Construct an engaging activity for students that incorporates information literacy principles.
Who Should Attend
Leah Howd is a librarian and a technologist at UNLV. She is experienced in teaching technologies including multimedia design, audio and video recording, website design, and virtual reality. She teaches course-integrated instruction and workshops for faculty and students on platforms such as Photoshop, iMovie, Audacity, Google Sites, the HTC Vive, and others. She also instructs students on Creative Commons and open access resources.
- LITA Member: $135
- ALA Member: $195
- Non-member: $260
Moodle and Webinar login info will be sent to registrants the week prior to the start date.
How to Register
The live, synchronous lectures will require attendee participation via internet audio. Attendees will need a wired, high-speed internet connection, and a headset or speakers. It is recommended that attendees use headsets connected to their computers (VOIP) during an Zoom session. All attendees are muted and should use the built in chat function to communicate with presenters. The use of computer speakers with a mic is not recommended, as it may cause echo. The recommended browser is Firefox although other browsers should work well for attending.
Alternately the webinar recordings can be viewed after the live lecture using a standard web browser, internet connection, and audio out capability to speakers or head phones.