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Graphics, images and video in the classroom or online in D2L is a Pedagogical strategy to engage students who have grown up using the internet and communicating with text messaging, Instagram and Youtube. The Center for Teaching and Learning provides you with media experts that can create graphics, images and video to help communicate your class materials. The Academic Media Production team creates video, photography and graphics for the university and faculty. We can help you make online courses that engage your students, communicate clearly and creatively, and are customized to you, your course, and Marquette University.
Provide photographic support to all areas of the University community including classroom support, research, events, D2L, web, social media and publications. Consult with and teach faculty, staff and administrators effective use of images and communications software for online and D2L support process.
Video & Multimedia
Our AMP team includes experience video directors and multimedia experts. If you would some video content created, such as video discussions to emphasize lecture points, interviews with experts in the field, or lecture videos, we can guide you through the process to get or videos created and make sure those videos are accessible. If you need some inspiration, take a look at the video below.
Design services are available to aid faculty by creating graphics that can visually communicate complex concepts or processes. When students are struggling to grasp a concept that has been written out, many times it helps to provide a visual representation of how elements relate to or effect one another. The use of Graphic Design can also help create continuity throughout courses within a program, this can help students make crossover connections from course to course.