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  1. EDIT Studio Orientation Spring, 2004

  2. Welcome!

  3. Welcome! • Distribute Studio Handbooks • Sign in (print email clearly) Tom Reeves Chun-min Wang 6210 Ikseon Choi Jong Won Jung 6200 Michael Orey 6190

  4. 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

  5. Video • This 8-minute video provides a nice overview of The Studio experience.

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. p. 8 Are you in the right course at the right time?

  10. 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

  11. Studio Awards • Blue Sock Award • Allen Bullock Service to the Studio Award

  12. Studio Faculty Introductions Tom Reeves Chun-Min Wang 6210 Ikseon Choi 6200 Michael Orey 6190

  13. Overview of Studio Web Site

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. Service Opportunities – Check the web site Dr. Martin Luther King speaks about service

  17. Some Service Opportunities • EDIT 2000 – Gretchen Thomas • IDT certificate – Orey • EDIT 6150 - Rieber

  18. SIGs forming! • Usability • Instructional Development • Graphic Design • Digital Photography Doug Holschuh

  19. 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

  20. Review of Studio Calendar

  21. 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

  22. 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

  23. Meet Prospective Clients • Janette Hill • Gwynn Powell • Mary Phillips • Bente Flatland • Prospective clients

  24. 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

  25. EDIT 6190 Meeting • Some Specifics

  26. 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

  27. 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

  28. 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

  29. 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

  30. It’s better because it’s homemade!

  31. I survived the Studio!

  32. Background, History, & Philosophy of the Studio Experience

  33. 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

  34. Mentorship

  35. 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

  36. 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

  37. 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

  38. 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

  39. 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

  40. 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

  41. Hi! We are Andrea and Laura. We are in fourth grade at Benefield Elementary in Lawrenceville, Georgia.