EdMedia Program

Spring 2018

Tue, April 3–Tue, Apr 24, 2018 | See schedule below
Various locations, Burnaby campus

The EdMedia Program is an opportunity for faculty members to develop their ability to create and use educational media, whether that means producing a video, designing better-looking PowerPoint slides or learning to launch a podcast. The program consists of seven sessions set over three and a half weeks to accommodate busy academic schedules. Enrolment is limited to ensure a true boutique experience, and participants have the opportunity to work in a “creative laboratory” environment alongside like-minded colleagues and creative professionals from the Teaching and Learning Centre. Graduates of the program leave with new skills, a deeper understanding of the creative process, and assets that can be used in the classroom.

Please note: We encourage faculty members, instructional staff and graduate students to apply to the EdMedia Program. However, priority will be given to faculty members.

   Apply by Mar 16, 2018
   tlcentre-edmedia@sfu.ca

Program schedule

Tue, April 3 | 11:00–1:00 | Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Kick-off and Introduction

Thu, April 5 | 11:00–1:00 | Blusson Hall 10031
Copyright and OER

Tue, April 10 | 11:00–1:00 | Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Going Visual (Visual Practice), Story and Script

Thu, April 12 | 11:00–1:00 | Blusson Hall 10031
Graphic Design Workshop

Tue, Apr 17 | 11:00–1:00 | Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Audio Recording/Podcasting Workshop

Thu, Apr 19 | 11:00–2:00 | Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Smartphone Video Production (Shooting and Editing)

Tue, Apr 24 | 11:00–1:00 | Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Reflections and Future Projects

What past participants say

“For me the strongest part of the EdMedia Protege program was that it focused more on the WHY, as opposed to how and what. We may very easily get lost in the idea of creating something that looks really good but serves no educational purpose. The EdMedia team was very careful to help us understand that the why question comes first. ‘Why are we introducing this material, this visual material into the curriculum, and what learning outcome does it cater to?’”
– Program participant

April 03, 2018