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Education, Multimedia and Social Media: Implications for Faculty Course Requirements and Student Engagement

The intersection among education, multimedia, and social media offers some exciting strategies for faculty that could enrich students’ learning experiences, create opportunities to reinvent ourselves as educators, and maximize the affordances of distance learning tools.  Presenters will discuss 1) what multimedia coursework entails, 2) the advantages of including multimedia coursework, 3) considerations for faculty, instructional designers, instructional technologists and others regarding the development and production of multimedia projects, and 4) ways in which various social media tools could be used to support multimedia coursework. 
Presenter:
Marianne Bishop, Amy Pawlosky
Dr. Marianne Castano Bishop is the Director of Distance Learning and the Instructional Strategist at the University Center for Excellence in Teaching (UCET) at Indiana University South Bend.   She Associate Faculty in the School of Education, Department of Psychology & Department of Computer Science/Informatics.
 
Amy Pawlosky is the Instructional Technology Specialist at UCET.