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Thursday, March 19 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Learning Sequences for Student Multimedia Technology Projects

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As more undergraduate students engage with multimedia technology in their coursework, it has become important to expand technology instruction beyond simply teaching a tool, to fostering a deeper understanding of how these technologies can be used to communicate research and express ideas to different audiences.

Librarians and Instructional Technologists at CSB/SJU have been working together to develop a set of learning sequences that serve as guidelines for incorporating multimedia technology into the classroom in a way that helps students think critically, engage in serious scholarly research, and develop stronger information literacy skill sets. These learning sequences include our recommended steps for instruction and project work, information literacy goals from the ACRL Framework, and best practices and tips based on our experience and assessment of past classes.

In this presentation, we will share our process for developing the learning sequences and provide examples of how they have been used for video, audio/podcast, website, and 3D printing student projects in undergraduate coursework across multiple disciplines. Participants will leave this session having learned about how to create meaningful, information literacy-focused student learning experiences with multimedia projects.

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Kelly Kraemer

College of St. Benedict / St. John's University
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Adam Konczewski

Instructional Technology Specialist, College of St. Benedict / St. John\'s Univeristy
As a Instructional Technologist, Adam Konczewski has been working with both students and faculty by implementing and facilitating modern technology into the hands of future generations. His skills with 3D printing, video production, and robotics have served well when guiding classes... Read More →


Thursday March 19, 2020 10:30am - 11:30am CDT
Olin-Rice 250