This workshop is the third in a three-part series on presenting your work online. By integrating a number of digital components through introductory videos and face-to-face explorations and work sessions, participants will become conversant with several online exhibit tools so as to represent their scholarship (via text, image and/or digital object) responsibly, clearly, and compellingly. Participants will become conversant with identified practices and platforms via the digital competencies outlined.
Skills and Competencies Covered:
Upon completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Analyze a digital object by asking questions about that work’s author, argument, creation process, presentation, and medium of choice.
- Use digital tools to edit, remix, and create media.
- Recognize the physical and legal limitations, and obligations, associated with disseminating digital media.
This workshop is intended for:
- Grad students / TAs
- Upper-level undergraduates
Participants will be asked to watch brief videos freely available on the web or Lynda.com to gain an understanding of key concepts and language when working with online content managers. The videos for this workshop are as follows:
This session is the last in a three-workshop series on presenting your work online. It was preceded by:
- Workshop #1: The Power of Packaging: Creating Meaningful Graphics
- Workshop #2: The Power of Packaging: Creating Video Presentations
Note: Participants are encouraged, but not required, to complete each of the three workshops and their corresponding online components.
Location: This workshop will take place in the Davis Seminar Room of the Fisher Fine Arts Library. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops.
Related LibGuide: Digital Media Literacy Workshops by Vickie Karasic