For Faculty & Instructors
Support for student projects that enhance your curriculum
Digital media projects give students the opportunity to express themselves in innovative ways that that are both creative and engaging. New media assignments will also strengthen much-needed and much-overlooked digital literacy skills, but not at the expense of writing and research skills. The Multimedia Specialists of the Gelardin New Media Center provide multimedia instruction designed to introduce students to the multimedia software, video and audio equipment, and process of creating a project in alternative media. We also help faculty assess the projects by providing detailed rubrics and work with librarians to incorporate research instruction as well. Schedule time to speak with our Multimedia Instruction Coordinator or Department Head.
Considering flipping portions of your course? We have production spaces, editing rooms and a plethora of equipment and instruction to get you going. Learn to edit your Echo360 recordings by watching lynda.com iMovie tutorials or meeting with our staff.
Showcase your Innovative Projects!
Collaborative Partnership with the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (Georgetown University)
CNDLS is dedicated to helping all areas of the University make the best use of new and existing technologies. In addition to the resources on the main site, CNDLS has prepared other excellent resources. First, the Teaching Commons features resources developed to guide faculty to effective practices in teaching and learning, including guides on the principles of learning and syllabus design.
Browse available teaching, learning, and collaboration tools, including suggested uses and how to get started.
New Media Consortium and the Horizon Project Navigator
"...The entryway to the extensive listings of vetted projects exploring uses of emerging technologies contained in the Horizon Project data set — easily the largest database of its kind in the world." Start by checking out some highlighted examples of technology use in education, organized by discipline.