All Case Western Reserve faculty members can register for two hands-on development workshops facilitated by Jared Bendis, creative new media officer at Kelvin Smith Library, and Lee Zickel, digital humanities manager at the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities.
Throughout the spring semester, a diverse group of faculty attended a 13-week New Media Literacy Reading Seminar that was aimed at changing the way people think about media. In contrast, these hands-on workshops are about both thinking and doing. Everyone has the ability to attend these workshops if they are willing to take the time.
Both workshops are free to attend, but space is strictly limited to 12 participants per series. Interested in attending either workshop or have questions? Email Jared Bendis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internet Tools Workshop
Monday, May 20, and Tuesday, May 21
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
During this two-day introductory-level workshop, participants will work together to better understand the available tools that allow us to more efficiently manage the mass of information that is an inevitable part of being digital. Bendis and Zickel will go over how to best use Google Apps, including tips, tricks and automation in Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Maps and YouTube that will help increase the efficacy of your time and productivity. They also will have hands-on experiences with Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Website creation and blogging for both personal and classroom use will be covered as well.
With only 12 slots available, people should only sign up if they can commit to the full two days.
Media Production Workshop
Wednesday, May 22, through Friday, May 24
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
During this three-day workshop, Bendis and Zickel will go over the concepts and vocabulary of digital images, the culture of video and video production. Come explore the fundamentals of non-linear and interactive media theory with hands-on lessons in photo editing, video editing and interactive media creation.
With only 12 slots available, people should only sign up if they can commit to the full three days.
Other new media reminders:
- The weekly New Media Reading Group will start again in the fall. If interested in this 13-week reading group, email Bendis at email@example.com.
- In addition to these workshops, the new media team offers:
- CaseLearns training workshops
- Custom workshops and project consultation for academic courses
- Consultation and assistance in media prep (imaging) for manuscript work
- Visualization consultation for research
- Copyright assistance in using new media (video, audio, images)
For more information, visit library.case.edu.