The EdMedia Program (EMP) is designed for SFU faculty and educators to develop their use of educational media and push their creativity to new heights. Each instance is customized based on past experiences and in collaboration with the needs of our participants. Participants work through four media specializations, as well as a complete design cycle on their way to becoming Educational Media practitioners.
EMP Spring 2017 Program schedule
- Tue, April 25 | 11:00–1:00 | EDB 7512
Kick-off and Introduction
- Thu, April 27 | 11:00–1:00 | EDB 7512
Copyright and OER
- Tue, May 2 | 11:00–1:00 | EDB 7512
Going Visual (Visual Practice), Story and Script
- Thu, May 4 | 12:00–2:00 | EDB 7512
Graphic Design Workshop
- Tue, May 9 | 11:00–1:00 | EDB 7512
Audio Recording/Podcasting Workshop
- Thu, May 11 | 11:00–2:00 | EDB 7512
Smartphone Video Production (Shooting and Editing)
- Tue, May 16 | 11:00–1:00 | EDB 7512
Reflections and Future Projects
Here is a Going EMP CC guidebook from EMP Fall 2016. Have a look if you’re interested!
Going EMP workbook by SFU EdMedia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Open EdMedia Resource blog – http://edmedia.tlc.sfu.ca
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/sfutlc
SPLOTS – http://splot.ca/about/)
Sound collector – http://edmedia.tlc.sfu.ca/trusoundcollector/
SFU Vault – https://vault.sfu.ca/
SFU Canvas – https://canvas.sfu.ca/
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Hi All, You can download the assets for today’s workshop here. You can also refer back to the presentation and other links from our resources website: edmedia.tlc.sfu.ca/going-graphic/ The Quartz Parrot – Sequence of Events You must make a map and presentation of the suspects and sequence of events for your superior so you can continue the …
In our Going Visual workshop, we used the Grids and Gestures activity to draw out the timeline of the quartz parrot theft. Participants were not allowed to use words, numbers or images. The result is an interesting mix of icons, frames, and maps. Here are the drawings for part one of the timeline (the hours up …
Open EdMedia Resources
This site shares and archives Open Educational Media resources produced by SFU faculty and teaching staff, in collaboration with the EdMedia team.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
The EdMedia team supports the use of media in education and empowers faculty to deliver engaging learning experiences. We focus on a sustainability model by supporting faculty as they become media creators. We design, develop and distribute from the Teaching and Learning Centre at SFU‘s Burnaby campus.
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How to use this site
Participants in the EdMedia program will have accounts created for them on this site, so they can post and share their work with us. To inquire how to register for one of our upcoming programs email email@example.com.
To make a post to this site see Jason’s comprehensive ‘posting tips‘.