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The Faculty Showcase features multimedia projects created within the IDC Faculty Certificate course.
Past Presentations Sorted by Cohort
- 2021 - Spring 2021
- 2020 - Spring 2020, Summer 2020, Fall 2020
- 2019 - Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019
- 2018 - Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Fall 2018
- 2017 - Spring 2017, Summer 2017, Fall 2017
- 2016 - Spring 2016, Summer 2016, Fall 2016
- 2015 - Summer 2015, Fall 2015
- 2014 - Fall 2014
Past Presentations Sorted Alphabetically
Professional Development Graduates By College
Faculty presentations are classified according to the instructional tools listed below.
Exemplary Product: Alix Heintzman - Introduction to AFA studies
Augmented Reality (AR) and 3D Object Design
AR allows for virtual objects to be augmented in real space and time.
Exemplary product: Barbara E. Davis - Introduction to the Eye
Exemplary product: Gwendolyn Graham - Slave Ship Video
Custom Interactive Development (iSpring, Adobe Captivate, H5P, FlipGrid, Sway)
Exemplary product: Jill Parrott - History of Rhetoric Module 1
Exemplary product: MaryEllen Thompson - Techniques for Photo Elicited Interviews
Exemplary product: Karen Petronio - Sampler of Research Findings about Language Contact in the American Deaf Community
PowToon is an online business presentation software tool that allows you to create free animated videos.
Exemplary product: Leslie Vincent - Life of a product
A screencast is a digital recording of computer screen output (video screen capture), often containing audio narration.
Exemplary product: Ismaila Ceesay - Intimate Partner Violence - Scenario 1
Exemplary product:Helyne Frederick - Sociocultural Project - Scavenger Hunt.
SoundCloud is a music and podcast streaming platform that lets you listen to millions of songs from around the world, or upload your own.
ThingLink is an online platform that can be used to create interactive images.
Exemplary product: Karin Sehmann - Guitar Introduction
TimelineJS is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually, rich, interactive timelines.
Exemplary product: LeAnn Beaty - Evolution of Municipal Public Budgeting in America
Video (Studio Production)
Exemplary product: William Rutherford - Supermarket Challenge
Exemplary Product: Catherine M. Beechie - The Equal Sign
Video (Home Production)
Exemplary product: Matthew Johnson - Course Introduction
Exemplary product:James Dantic - An introduction to an assignment
VoiceThread is a web-based application that enables students and teachers to create and share a presentation.
Exemplary product: David Cunningham -Using Voicethread to provide the student with a description of WIKI assignment