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EDIT Studio Orientation. Spring, 2004. Welcome!. Welcome!. Distribute Studio Handbooks Sign in (print email clearly). Tom Reeves Chun-min Wang 6210. Ikseon Choi Jong Won Jung 6200. Michael Orey 6190. Agenda. Overview of the Studio Video (8 Minutes) What’s new?

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welcome1
Welcome!
  • Distribute Studio Handbooks
  • Sign in (print email clearly)

Tom Reeves

Chun-min Wang

6210

Ikseon Choi

Jong Won Jung

6200

Michael Orey

6190

agenda
Agenda
  • Overview of the Studio
    • Video (8 Minutes)
    • What’s new?
    • Are you in the right course?
    • How it works
  • What’s new in the studio!
  • Studio faculty introductions
  • Upcoming Events | To do list
  • Break into groups – 7 pm
  • Get your picture taken by Chun-min – 8 pm
video
Video
  • This 8-minute video provides a nice overview of The Studio experience.
what s new
What’s New?
  • New Master’s Track: Technology Integration Program (main location is the Gwinnett University Campus)
    • Audience: K-12 Educators
  • The EDIT Studio is now part of the Instructional Design & Development track in the M.Ed. Program
    • Audience: Business/Industry/Higher Ed./Other
  • Implications?
    • EDIT Studio emphasizes face-to-face experiences in Athens
what s new in 616
What’s New in 616
  • New G4s and new Dells
  • G4s have no zip or floppy
  • I recommend getting a USB Flash mini-drive
    • As small as a keychain and plugs into the USB slot on any computer
    • Available from OIT, among other places
how it works studio courses their relationships
How It Works: Studio Courses & Their Relationships

Studio Courses

  • EDIT 6190
    • Design & Development Tools
    • Constructionism
  • EDIT 6200
    • Learning Environ. Design I
    • Web-based instruction (client)
    • “Consultants” for 6210 team
  • EDIT 6210
    • Learning Environ. Design II
    • Team project (client)
    • Models for 6200 students

EDIT 6190

Space

Resources

EDIT 6210

EDIT

6200

Tools

ID

The Studio

slide9

p. 8

Are you in the right course at the right time?

how it works a semester overview

Orientation

How It Works A Semester Overview

First timers: Tool development,

more studio orientation (pizza!)

Veterans: Needs Analysis

Tool workshops

Design meetings

Development work

Team meetings

Desk Crits

End Workshops, start

Design SIGs

Weeks 1-5

Design SIGs

Lots more development work

Lots more desk crits

Evaluation

Showcase dress rehearsal

Weeks 6-10

Weeks 11-15

Showcase

studio awards
Studio Awards
  • Blue Sock Award
  • Allen Bullock Service to the Studio Award
studio faculty introductions
Studio Faculty Introductions

Tom Reeves

Chun-Min Wang

6210

Ikseon Choi

6200

Michael Orey

6190

requirements of all participants
Requirements of all Participants
  • Professional web site
  • 10 hours of community service
  • Desk Crits – give at least 4, get as many as you can
  • Join at least 1 Special Interest Group
    • “First timers” can count their required readings/discussions as their SIG
  • Participate in at least 2 informal design activities
    • WWILD Team or Interactive Museum
  • Comprehensive Exam (taken in 6210)
  • Studio Showcase
  • Professional completion of all studio procedures
professional website
Professional Website
  • If you have never made a website, then you are in the wrong class.
  • You must have your Professional Website up this week and linked to from the People database
slide16
Service Opportunities – Check the web site

Dr. Martin Luther King speaks about service

some service opportunities
Some Service Opportunities
  • EDIT 2000 – Gretchen Thomas
  • IDT certificate – Orey
  • EDIT 6150 - Rieber
sigs forming
SIGs forming!
  • Usability
  • Instructional Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Digital Photography

Doug Holschuh

informal design
Informal Design
  • Interactive museums will take place later in the semester and will usually be about 30 minutes per session
  • Look at the “great works” in the field
  • Or, the WWILD Team Review 5 or Add 5
upcoming studio events
Upcoming Studio Events
  • Next Week
    • Repeat Performance of the Studio Showcase
      • See projects and talk to designers.
    • Q&A Pizza Party Next Week – Instructor’s treat!
    • Authoring Tool “Sneak Peeks”
    • Dreamweaver Workshop (sign-up online)
  • Workshops – Sign up if interested!
  • Next mandatory class session is on February 5
to do list
To Do List
  • Tonight
    • Sign in; Get your photo taken
  • Tomorrow (at the latest)
    • Create a studio profile
    • Read studio handbook well (and write down questions)
    • Begin reviewing past studio projects
    • Look for email from ITSTUDIO listserv (email Michael if you don’t get something by 5:00 pm)
  • Next class
    • Review calendar for events
    • 6190 First Timers Read Sebastian’s Paper
    • Sign up for pizza
    • Have questions ready for Q&A Pizza Party
meet prospective clients
Meet Prospective Clients
  • Janette Hill
  • Gwynn Powell
  • Mary Phillips
  • Bente Flatland
  • Prospective clients
course break out meetings
Course Break-Out Meetings
  • EDIT 6190 – Orey
    • Go to Room 616
  • EDIT 6200 – Choi
    • Go to Room 626
  • EDIT 6210 – Reeves
    • Stay in Room 601
edit 6190 meeting
EDIT 6190 Meeting
  • Some Specifics
administrative stuff
Administrative Stuff
  • Sign in and be sure to print your email address clearly (for ITSTUDIO listserve)
  • Submit a profile to the “People Database” as soon as you can
    • Be sure to give the URL of your personal web site (which is prerequisite to the Studio)
  • Get an ARCHES account
  • Get your picture taken by Chun-min
edit 6190 tools simplified
EDIT 6190 (Tools) Simplified
  • First half: Focus on the tools/software
    • Following “how to” resources
    • Attending workshops
    • Becoming part of a user group
    • K-12 Alternative: Mastery of Curriculum Software
  • Second half: Focus on a project
    • Web-based reflections
    • Greater focus on process than product
studio participant focus areas
Studio Participant Focus Areas
  • Media Developer
    • Setting: Business/Corporate
    • Typical tools: Authorware, Dreamweaver+CB, PhotoShop, Flash, FireWorks
  • Teacher-Instructionist
    • Setting: K-12, Higher Education
    • Typical tools/software: Dreamweaver+CB, HyperStudio, PowerPoint; or Curriculum Software
  • Teacher-Constructionist
    • Setting: K-12
    • Typical tools: StageCast, Microworlds Pro, HyperStudio
project ideas
Project Ideas
  • Information kiosk w/Q&A
  • Web sites
  • Web-based interactive tutorials
  • Media-rich presentations
  • Well-developed WebQuests
  • Homemade PowerPoint games
  • Curriculum software application
slide35

I survived

the Studio!

how it works comparing to the way we used to teach
How It Works: Comparing to the Way We Used to Teach
  • Studio
  • Community
  • Collaboration, critiques among all students
  • Tool contracts
  • Mixture of teaching resources
  • Few mandatory classes
  • “Bar” pushed higher by students

Pre-Studio

  • Cascading courses
  • Limited interaction of students between courses
  • Assigned tools
  • Reliance on instructors for tool teaching
  • Required Attendance
  • Project standards enforced by instructors

6190

6210

6200

602

605

714

studio core principles p 6
Studio Core Principles(p. 6)
  • Learning about design
  • Personally relevant and meaningful experiences for those who participate
  • Appropriate experiences for all educational settings (e.g. corporate, K-12, higher ed., etc.)
  • Skill development within authentic contexts (individual & team)
  • Collaboration & cooperation
  • Mentoring
  • Understanding the literature
  • Performance-based evaluation
  • Public service
studio participant focus areas1
Studio Participant Focus Areas
  • Media Developer
    • Setting: Business/Corporate
    • Typical tools: Authorware, Dreamweaver+CB, PhotoShop, Flash
  • Teacher-Instructionist
    • Setting: K-12, Higher Education
    • Typical tools/software: Dreamweaver+CB, HyperStudio, PowerPoint; or Curriculum Software
  • Teacher-Constructionist
    • Setting: K-12
    • Typical tools: StageCast, Microworlds Pro, HyperStudio
edit 6190 tools simplified1
EDIT 6190 (Tools) Simplified
  • First half: Focus on the tools/software
    • Following “how to” resources
    • Attending workshops
    • Becoming part of a user group
    • K-12 Alternative: Mastery of Curriculum Software
  • Second half: Focus on a project
    • Web-based reflections
    • Greater focus on process than product
edit 6200 led 1 simplified
EDIT 6200 (LED 1) Simplified
  • Independent projects
    • Instructional
      • Work with a client to design, develop, and evaluate a web-based lesson
    • Constructionist
      • Facilitate the construction of a multimedia project by children or young adults
  • “Consultant” for an EDIT 6210 Team Project
edit 6210 led 2 simplified
EDIT 6210 (LED 2) Simplified
  • Team-based projects
    • Work with a client to design, develop, and evaluate a large scale multimedia project
    • Assume a project role best suited to person’s talents (e.g. project manager, designer, graphics, programmer, evaluator)
  • Mentor EDIT 6200 students
what s new in the studio
What’s new in the Studio
  • Partnering with the undergraduate EDIT Studio at the Gwinnett Campus
  • Online initiatives
    • Goal: Have all workshops conducted online this semester
    • Reality?
  • K-12 Project Alternatives
hi we are andrea and laura we are in fourth grade at benefield elementary in lawrenceville georgia
Hi! We are Andrea and Laura. We are in fourth grade at Benefield Elementary in Lawrenceville, Georgia.