Presentation Title

Student Video Project As Catalyst for Critical Thinking

Document Type

Poster

Session Description

This poster presentation will highlight various examples of course integrated, student-produced video projects spanning UMN campus disciplines, through the lens of projects that served as a catalyst for student critical thinking on important topics. Participants will also be encouraged to discuss with the Media Outreach Librarian, Scott Spicer, possibilities for integrating student video projects into their own curricular contexts, along with pedagogical benefits and considerations.

Keywords

media literacy, video project, multimedia, digital story, project based learning, critical thinking

Related Website

https://z.umn.edu/criticalthinkingstudentvideo

Start Date

8-2-2017 4:00 PM

End Date

8-2-2017 5:30 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Scott Spicer is an associate librarian with the UMN Libraries. He currently serves as Media Outreach and Learning Spaces Librarian and functions as head of the Library Media Services program, with primary responsibilities including outreach to instructors on the development and support for course integration of student produced media assignments and commercial educational media resources.

Comments

This poster presentation will highlight various examples of course- integrated, student-produced video projects spanning UMN campus disciplines, through the lens of projects that served as a catalyst for student critical thinking on important topics. Participants will also be encouraged to discuss with the Media Outreach Librarian, Scott Spicer, possibilities for integrating student video projects into their own curricular contexts, along with pedagogical benefits and considerations. See also: http://z.umn.edu/mediacasestudies for specifics on many of these projects.

 
Aug 2nd, 4:00 PM Aug 2nd, 5:30 PM

Student Video Project As Catalyst for Critical Thinking

This poster presentation will highlight various examples of course integrated, student-produced video projects spanning UMN campus disciplines, through the lens of projects that served as a catalyst for student critical thinking on important topics. Participants will also be encouraged to discuss with the Media Outreach Librarian, Scott Spicer, possibilities for integrating student video projects into their own curricular contexts, along with pedagogical benefits and considerations.

https://pubs.lib.umn.edu/minnesota-elearning-summit/2017/program/23