Session Title

Extending Digital Media Services with Student Leaders

Description

Demand for digital media and other instructional technology support is rapidly increasing. At CSB/SJU, full time staff manage training, resources, and assignments, while students carry out much of the hands-on support for specific projects or programs. We’ve adopted two parallel models—specifically: Media Services student employees competent in training and supporting other students for curricular initiatives (lab support, video editing, 3D printing, etc.), and student media managers who mentor their peers and build a system for self-directed learning and student-led co-curricular initiatives such as campus tv, radio, and documentary programs. This presentation will introduce scalable student-based service models and demonstrate ways students integrate the skills they learn with their degree programs.

Start Date

15-3-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

15-3-2018 2:00 PM

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Extending Digital Media Services with Student Leaders

Demand for digital media and other instructional technology support is rapidly increasing. At CSB/SJU, full time staff manage training, resources, and assignments, while students carry out much of the hands-on support for specific projects or programs. We’ve adopted two parallel models—specifically: Media Services student employees competent in training and supporting other students for curricular initiatives (lab support, video editing, 3D printing, etc.), and student media managers who mentor their peers and build a system for self-directed learning and student-led co-curricular initiatives such as campus tv, radio, and documentary programs. This presentation will introduce scalable student-based service models and demonstrate ways students integrate the skills they learn with their degree programs.