Creating DIY Multimedia to Enhance Learning is a 4-week online, asynchronous course that provides faculty with the training needed to produce quality academic media content from the comfort of your home or office. Producing effective, engaging, and high quality multimedia content for your courses does not have to be done in a professional studio! The cohort experience allows for a rich exchange of ideas and practices between faculty peers across the university.
Dates and registration for our next cohort will be announced soon!
This course is conducted in Canvas and includes the following topics:
- Week 1: Pre-Production – Storyboarding & Setting Up Your Recording Environment
- Week 2: Production & Recording, Part 1 – Software
- Week 3: Production & Recording, Part 2 – On-Screen Presence
- Week 4: Post-Production – Editing & Making Your Content Accessible
The course is facilitated by our Instructional Designers and Multimedia Specialists. There are no required synchronous meetings in this course, however, meeting options may be offered for participants seeking additional support or training on course-related content, such as navigating and using video editing software. This course is intended to equip you with the necessary skills to plan, record, and edit multimedia content (course introductions, video lectures, etc.) for courses you may already teach or intend to teach. It is designed to accommodate and support participants at all levels of technical proficiency. If you are seeking a foundational introduction to best practices for online teaching, consider completing the Empowering Online Teaching and Learning course first.
Completion of the Introduction to Canvas workshop (or equivalent training) is recommended prior to taking this course.