Digital media assignments, such as podcasts, digital stories and live-action videos, can help students develop much needed digital literacy skills. Creating digital media assignments and embedding digital academic skills content into your course can enrich the learning experience of students.
In this workshop you will explore opportunities for digital literacy and media creation in the classroom, including customized, in-class instruction.
You will also tour the library’s new Media Studio and understand how the library’s learning and curriculum support team can support course instruction and assignment help using library help guides and instructional videos. Finally, you will explore consultation services for the collaborative development of digital literacy activities, assignments, learning outcomes, and assessment tools.
Staff will be available for consultations after the workshop.
McLaughlin Library, Room 246