Librarians can provide feedback on your assignment, suggest resources for your students, and discuss additonal support options. For assignments involving video, audio or graphics, contact Amanda McCollom, multimedia literacy librarian, at email@example.com.
You can also fill out our teaching collaboration request form to connect with a librarian or curator to discuss Library support options for your course.
Many of the resources on the multimedia projects guides are also available as a Canvas module. Go to Canvas Commons and search “Library Resources for Multimedia Projects”; download and import into your Canvas course. This module contains separate pages for video projects, podcast projects, and graphic design projects. If your project is only graphic design-based, you can un-publish the other two pages. If your students can choose what they create, leave all pages published. Feel free to rename the module and customize content as needed.
Please get in touch if you'd like help customizing the Canvas module for your assignment. You can add Amanda McCollom as a Resource Assistant in Canvas.
The best place for students to get help with equipment and software is at the Student Multimedia Design Center desk, located on the lower level of Morris Library. The SMDC provides production studios for recording and editing, multimedia editing software, multimedia equipment for loan and staff expertise.
Equipment can be borrowed at the SMDC desk for three days a time; no advance reservations.
Students can also schedule a consultation with a librarian to get individual help with a tool or project.