Instructional Technology Projects

Economics & Course-Level Media Integrations

This economics course in conjunction with the new summer funding model represent some of the new forces at play in instructional multimedia support. The development of appropriate video production and distribution frameworks became the central issue during  the initial consultation. The project in total included:

  • Production consulting
  • Student training and supervision
  • Post-production coordination and quality control
  • Distribution coordination
  • Liaison to instructional design staff

 

Repository UW Kaltura Mediaspace containing 28, 75 min 2-camera videos

Repository UW Kaltura Mediaspace containing 28, 75 min 2-camera videos

Work Breakdown

Chart shows the various areas of effort required to support the design of a fully online economics course slated for the 8-wk summer session of 2016.

Social Work & Large Volumes of Media

This Social Work course illustrates long-term support and adaptation of materials and information using Drupal and Kaltura Mediaspace. Work includes:

  • Managing a large set of video assets
  • Migrating videos from patform to platform and from format to format
  • Refining the review and editing workflows
  • Integrating alternative technologies for non-traditional students off-campus
  • Transitioning the course support to a new staff
A Drupal site meet the course's public outreach goals. The course uses over 300 videos.

A Drupal site meet the course's public outreach goals. The course uses over 300 videos.


The Career Initiative & Videos for L&S Initiative

A growing repository of more than 40 videos featuring L&S alumni at various stages of their careers.


 

Videoconferencing Services & Strategic Reporting

Modernizing facilities, hardware, software, and services to meet the needs of synchronous video courses and using data to improve user experience and hone department strategy.


Other notable instructional consulting projects:

  • English 332: The Global Spread of English: Virtual Classroom research and integration
  • Language Institute Lecture Series: long term production support
  • Legal Studies: Digital Media Assignment Integration
  • Visual Cultures: Tale of the Genji and Anime courses
  • Van Hise instructional lab modernization projects
  • LIve course pilot project