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
This course provided me with some new sites to help me make new resources for my class and made clear what I can and cannot copy.J.T., Math Teacher
Enjoyed learning about new multimedia tools that I can use with my students.A.S.
I learned how to incorporate multimedia projects into my classroom. I really liked that we had assignments where we had to actually implement them in our classroom. Being given the opportunity to try out the projects that we were creating and have honest feedback about them was a plus in the class.H.M., Language Arts Teacher
I feel that this course better prepares me for adding student curated and created content to my classroom.C.S.
This course taught about the legal restrictions regarding multimedia use in the classroom, which was very interesting and important as an educator. It was also nice to explore some of the multimedia apps to use in the classroom and think about how to use multimedia in the classroom to make instruction more effective.P.G., Special Education Teacher
Really great opportunity to try out making some new multimedia projects.A.B., Elementary Teacher
I learned a lot of new technologies for students to create interesting projects in the classroom.M.W., Language Arts Teacher
I have already begun to change lessons to reflect the best practices taught in this class.J.W.
I anticipate this course impacting my future classroom instruction because I intend on including multimedia using best practices throughout my semesters and across grade levels.L.G., Music Teacher
I learned so much about multimedia and having my students create multimedia projects in the classroom.R.Y., Elementary Teacher
I will use many of the products I created this year!A.B., Elementary Teacher
I learned about a lot of good tools to use in my classroomB.G.
This was course taught me about a variety of digital programs that I can use to help my students create different presentations. It also taught me about different ways I can present my curriculum.E.M., Language Arts Teacher
I feel that this course was an asset to me and my district. I have learned a wealth of knowledge that I will be able to share with my colleagues to help them have a better understanding of Fair Use Laws and resources that are available to make their students more aware of copyright laws.T.S.
Loved it. Very relevant for my classes.M.S., Language Arts Teacher