EDU 927 Multimedia Classrooms
Learn best practices in efficiently creating and manipulating audio, video and image content for the classroom. Investigate and evaluate options that provide cutting-edge technical and educational solutions to educators, empowering them and their students to develop authentic, engaging, and relevant digital learning while abiding by Fair Use Copyright Laws.
Participants in this course will develop a deep understanding of Fair Use Laws and Creative Commons Movement as they relate to digital content creation within multimedia projects. Students will develop a lesson on teaching Fair Use Laws in their own classrooms. Students will create at least three multimedia projects that can be used in the instructional setting. Participants will analyze and share each other’s works and gain an understanding of the importance of media in today’s learning environments. Furthermore, curating tools will be examined and leveraged for content creations.
*Participants in this course will have a mandatory, synchronous, video conference session. The date and time are listed on each course registration page.
See what other educators are saying about this course
Moving forward, I want to do more multimedia projects with my kids to see what they know. This course helped me to find tools that worked for my students.L.W.
Great course with great assignments relevant to teaching and learning.G.S., Tech Specialist
Good resources for classroom useA.H.
The course was insightful about multimedia usage in the 21st century classroom.M.Z., Social Studies Teacher
This course was was very valuable especially considering the increasing use of technology in the classroom. I learned a variety of different ways to incorporate technology which will be very beneficial since my school is purchasing ipads for all students.A.S.
I loved that the assignments were relevant and I could use in my class the following week!J.C., Elementary Teacher
I liked the exposure to resources and the fact that the teacher asked us to create a variety of project types.K.M., Language Arts Teacher
The information we learned on copyright and fair use laws was very beneficial and new information for me. I liked that all modules were open and you could work at a pace that was appropriate for you and the instructor was very flexible with due dates. As a busy teacher this was truly appreciated.A.C., Reading Specialist
All assignments were engaging and relevant to my classroomH.M., Elementary Teacher
Each topic explored was relevant to my instruction. Prior to this course I had little to no confidence using technology in my classroom. However, now I have been introduced to many user friendly tools that I can use to enhance my instruction and delivery as well as my students to enhance their work in class.S.M., Elementary Teacher
This course was a good introduction to Fair Use Laws and how they affect multimedia use in the classroom. It gave a wide variety of exploration of tools and assignments that I could immediately put to use within my classroom.S.S., Elementary Teacher
This course was helpful in experiencing a wide array of web based toolsE.S., Science Teacher
I felt that this course had a lot of hands on application and I felt it was very useful to apply it in my own classroom. In this course, we would complete an assignment and then we would have our students complete a similar assignment. This helped to make sure we could see the benefit to using these multimedia tools with our students.L.W.
I learned a lot of useful multimedia tools to use within my own classroom.S.R., Special Education Teacher
I think the interactive video portion was the most valuable because I've already started incorporating it into my own classroom.M.P., Elementary Teacher