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Sunday, April 6 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Challenges for Trans-Media Education: Exploring student projects in communication and visual-aural design

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How is communication/visual/aural design education impacted by the current conditions of our trans-media state? This panel – composed of presenters from a range of disciplines – will present diverse pedagogic methodologies and examples of projects that demonstrate the transition from a conventional to connected trans-media paradigm. Panelists will discuss their experience within this context and highlight their role as exploratory facilitators between the traditional and new or expanded model.
Moderator: Yoshiko Burke, University of Cincinnati
Panelists: Yvette Shen, University of Utah; From Data to Graphics: Methods and Resources – Teaching Infographics to Communication Students
John Hebbeler, Electronic Media Division, University of Cincinnati; From the Conventional Classroom to the Online Environment: Online Experience and Engagement of the User
Nan Zheng, James Madison university; From Reporters to Web Designers: Convergence in Classroom – Streamlining Multimedia News Storytelling
Yoshiko Burke, University of Cincinnati; From Static to Motion Design: On-Screen Methodologies for Visual Communication Design Students
Shelly Hokanson, James Madison University; From Desktop to Mobile: Moving Beyond User Demographics to User Experience – Exploring Mobile Contexts and User Stories

Sunday April 6, 2014 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Pavilion 11

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