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  1. Scott Spicer Media Outreach and Learning Spaces Librarian University of Minnesota – Twin Cities Scott Spicer Media Outreach and Learning Spaces Librarian University of Minnesota-Twin Cities A Snapshot of Student Produced Media Projects from Digital Stories to Online Interactives

  2. Rapidly Changing Multimodal Environment Dynamic eLearning Platforms [Instructor Generated] Multimodal eTextbooks Dynamic Multimodal Media Platforms Digital Humanities Geospatial - Data Visualization Semantic Web Mobile: Anytime, Anyplace

  3. Why Student Digital Media Projects? • Deeper engagement of students in subject knowledge acquisition by reinforcing core concepts • Develops media literacy skill soft skills • Provides opportunities for peer learning • Expands opportunities to communicate in appropriate forms

  4. Low Low Genres of integrated video production Benefits Support Use Case Role Play Field Documentation Social Work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9mw79Vpm-g&feature=related Venus Flytrap: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DZITACprhE&feature=related

  5. Medium High Genres of integrated video production Benefits Support Use Case PSA-Skit Documentary Style The Uganda Child Soldier: Xang, Mai. Chia, Qias. Bryn. Amarn, Aziz: Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjIGzIgPWMU

  6. High High Genres of integrated video production Benefits Support Use Case Digital Story Multimodal Digital Interactive Eurasian Milfoil: Angie Offerman: www.cehd.umn.edu/PSTL/Water/Stories/Angie-Offerman.html Minnesota Food Systems: www.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=108750780200649768857.0004851a5704310cc0ba3&ll=44.963826,-93.430481&spn=0.445028,1.194763&z=10

  7. Case Studies lib.umn.edu/media/profiles

  8. Study: Digital Storytelling Production Skill Set Development Figure: PSTL Digital Story: http://www.cehd.umn.edu/PSTL/Water/Stories/Spring-2012/Marissa-Giers.html

  9. Analysis of the Data: Self-Efficacy Response

  10. Libraries Media Services & SMART Learning Commons Media Services is dedicated to the belief that media resources and student-produced projects have the potential to engage students in deeper subject knowledge, meaningful experience, and critical development of media literacy skill sets. Media Services provides outreach to faculty on assignment development and course support for media projects, and coordinates individualized on-demand production support to students through a cooperative learning community, the SMART Learning Commons. http://lib.umn.edu/media http://smart.umn.edu

  11. Media Services Philosophy & Production Outreach

  12. Staff Software Equipment • Head • Multimedia Consultant • 12-15 Student Staff • Macs • Adobe Creative Suite • Final Cut Express • Microsoft Office • iMovie HD & 08 • Audacity • Media PC’s • Adobe Premier and Photoshop Elements • Audacity • Video Factory • 7 iMacs • 6 Media PC’s • 2 analog/digital conversion PC’s • 33 general PC’s (Wilson) - 8 general PC’s (Walter) • turntable, VHS deck • analog/digital box • 2 Blue microphones • 12 Sanyo Xacti camcorders • 8 H2 Zoom audio recorders • 6 tripods • 8 handheld mics SMART Learning Commons Full Service: Walter/Wilson Libraries (Semi Service: Magrath Library)

  13. Collaborate! Key Campus Media Support Partnerships • SMART (Undergraduate Education and Academic Affairs) • Digital Media Center (Office of Information Technology) • College Media Specialists (CLA & CEHD) • IT Fellows (CLA/CEHD Grad. Students) • Distributed Computing (OIT) & Magrath Library Circulation (Saint Paul Campus Media Support Pilot) • Jones Language Lab

  14. Media projects can provide transformative learning experiences. Always focus on teaching and learning! Keys to Developing a Quality Media Outreach Program • Strive to cultivate relationships with new faculty and grow with past • Make friends and get out there!: Collaborate with librarians and campus partners • Recruit knowledgeable, passionate, professional media staff focused on student learning • Recruit and heavily train competent, reliable, student staff • Consult with media professionals at other institutions

  15. Core Challenges • Communicating and marketing services to a large campus • Encouraging “non-early adopter” faculty to evolve pedagogy for curricula media integration • Developing and maintaining delicate campus partnerships, while aligning mutual interests and respecting differences in mission, constituencies, and cultures • Limited budget (but a little can go a long way if invested well!) • Developing a concise long-term program strategy and assessing - communicating impact

  16. Questions?

  17. Contact Scott SpicerUniversity of Minnesota Libraries (Twin Cities) spic0016@umn.eduMedia Services: http://lib.umn.edu/mediaSMART Learning Commons: http://smart.umn.edu