Faculty Workshop Dec. 11
The New Media Center and College of Computing Continuing Ed are allowing us to offer a free workshop on the media computation course. The goals are:
- To give interested a faculty the opportunity to trial some of the content that their students will be visiting in the "Introduction to Media Composition" class.
- To give us a chance to trial the materials for the very first time with a (hopefully!) forgiving audience.
The workshop is open to faculty, staff, or graduate students interested in learning about the new media computation course.
The workshop will be held in the New Media Center (1st floor of Skiles) Dec. 11. I'm planing on 9am-4 pm with an hour break 12-1 for lunch. Some refreshments will be provided at breaks during the day. It will be a hands-on workshop where attendees will be expected to attempt programming projects during the course. We have room for 19 attendees.
We're going to cover basics of programming, sound, and some image processing on one day: Wed. Dec. 11. It will be a hands-on workshop: You'll be trying out our software and doing some media programming yourselves.
For more details on what the class would be about, please see the Curriculum page.
If you are interested in participating, please leave below:
- Your name,
- Your email address
Mark Guzdial, firstname.lastname@example.org
Paddy Kennington, email@example.com
Richard Barke, firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Clark, email@example.com
Irfan Essa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen Biggers, email@example.com (if there's room)
Jeff Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Adams, email@example.com
Jennifer Haskins firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Ferguson, email@example.com
Jim Foley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryann Westfall, email@example.com
Angela Flury, firstname.lastname@example.org
K.K. Lamberty, email@example.com
Bill Leahy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Fowler, email@example.com
Daniel Muller, firstname.lastname@example.org
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