Bring Your Course to Life with Animation
Would you like additional hands-on practice and support?
Are you interested in connecting with presenter(s) and other participants? The room and presenter(s) will be available until 1:30 p.m. Feel free to stay, exchange ideas, and ask questions.
Animation and comic strips can be used to illustrate a complex concept, create a simulation, or produce a video when using live performers is not feasible. In this presentation, you will learn about some simple (and free) tools for making your own animation and comic strips. This is a "hands-on" experience, so please bring your laptop. If you need to borrow one during the workshop, just let us know when you register.
As a result of attending this session, you will be able to:
- Create a simple animation and a comic strip;
- Identify how animations and comic strips might be used in your course to foster learning.
10/20/2015Tuesday, 12–1 p.m.Delphi Center Lab
Beth Case is program manager for digital, emerging, and assistive technologies at the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning. She has two master’s degrees, one in clinical psychology and one in instructional technology. She is also completing her dissertation for a doctoral degree in instructional technology. Prior to returning to graduate school, Beth worked in postsecondary disability services for 13 years. Her background in both disability services and instructional technology has prepared her for helping faculty make online courses accessible to students with disabilities. She stays on top of emerging trends in using technology in education and enjoys sharing that knowledge with others.