Educator, Creator, Entrepreneur

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My name is Christian Rogers.

About Chris

About Chris

Christian Rogers, Ph.D.

Teacher, Researcher Entrepreneur Educational Technologist

Received Bachelors of Science in Visual Communications Technology, a Masters of Education in Career & Technology Education at Bowling Green State University & a Ph.D. at the University of Toledo in the field of educational technology with a focus in media production. While earning a PhD, he was a Lecturer & Academic Advisor in the Visual Communication Technology program at BGSU, teaching courses in cross-media integration and overseeing the video production track.

Currently, he is an Assistant Professor in Computer Graphics Technology in the Purdue School of Engineering & Technology at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He teaches courses in the fundamentals of video production to advanced motion design and conducts research in the area of media theory, experiential learning and pervasive technology in the area of STEM education.His industry experience is quite diverse, with over thirteen years in the visual communications field, having worked for many different organizations and institutions.

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Education

2000 - 2004

Bachelors of Science
Visual Communication Technology>

Bowling Green State University

2004 - 2006

Masters of Education
Career & Technology Education

Bowling Green State University

2007 - 2013

Ph.D. in Curriculum & Development
Educational Technology

University of Toledo

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Academic Positions

Aug 2001 - May 2005

Bowling Green City Schools - Bowling Green, OH
Trainer & Technician

  • Taught workshops on video creation and Adobe Creative Suite to principals and teachers
  • Provided technical assistance for over 100 Apple systems within the school district

Jan 2003 - Aug 2003

University of Findlay - Findlay, OH
Academic Technology Assistant (Intern)

  • Trained faculty in media applications: Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, iDVD, and portfolio creation
  • Co-taught one ESL course with the Dean of Education on web design
  • Coordinated a week-long training program for faculty on server and network administration provided by Apple Computer
  • Developed the business plan to open a computer store within the University Bookstore

Aug 2003 - Dec 2003

Sylvania Northview High School – Sylvania, OH
Student Teacher

  • Taught classes in video production, photography, photojournalism, computer-aided design, information technology, and web design
  • Developed lesson plans following Tech-Prep Curriculum Standards

Aug 2004 - May 2006

Bowling Green State University - Bowling Green, OH
Teaching Assistant, Department of Visual Communication

  • Taught three sections of Introduction to Visual Communication and Technology
  • Served as lead instructor teaching both lecture and lab for intro course

July 2004 - Aug 2008

Bowling Green State University - Bowling Green, OH
Instructor, Continuing & Extended Education

  • Taught workshops in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), Final Cut Pro, Motion & DVD Studio Pro that stressed hands-on, application-based learning for employees of corporate clients and school systems
  • Consistently received excellent to outstanding ratings on instructor evaluations

Aug 2006 – July 2013

Bowling Green State University - Bowling Green, OH
Visual Communications Technology/Technology Education
Instructor – August 2006-May 2012
Lecturer – May 2012-July 2013

  • Oversaw video production track: teaching introductory, intermediate and advanced video production (see Courses Taught below)
  • Taught courses in media communication and client relationship
  • Supervised multiple internship experiences (including ESPN, MTV, Nickelodian)
  • Continuing academic advisor for over 60 students in the Visual Communications Technology degree program
  • Advised 23 students in the Technology Education degree program (2006-2007)
  • Managed six graduate assistants in Intro to Visual Communications course

Aug 2013 - Present

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
Computer Graphics Technology, Purdue School of Engineering & Technology
Assistant Professor

  • Teaches courses in video production and motion graphics
  • Serves as Faculty Senator for the Department of Computer Information & Graphics Technology
  • Academic Advisor
  • Redeveloping video production and motion design track involving experiential learning activities with multiple not-for-profit organizations and government agencies
  • Mentor in multiple undergraduate research projects
  • Faculty Fellow - First Year Experience in innovation & Entrepreneurship
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Professional Positions

May 2001 - Aug 2005

Hudson Cable Television - Hudson, OH
Technical Assistant/Producer/Editor

  • Created graphics and video effects using Photoshop, After Effects and Final Cut Pro
  • Wrote and produced a monthly news magazine targeting the youth market that featured teen issues, technology, entertainment, and current events
  • Served as project coordinator during the development of a new course in broadcast journalism for Hudson High School. Collaborated with the station manager, classroom teacher, and city and school administrators to design the core curriculum, learning objectives, and methods of assessment for the course through which high school students wrote and produced a monthly news magazine. Researched broadcast journalism curricula, outlined technical requirements, and wrote a technical manual on station operations used as one of the textbooks for the course.

May 2005 - Aug 2005

Century Marketing - Bowling Green, OH
Marketing and Web Intern

  • Designed packaging for new and existing products (e.g., label boxes, golf ball tins).
  • Initiated new ways to build brand awareness through e-marketing and personalized communication.
  • Trained 20 employees on basic features and applications of Microsoft PowerPoint.

Dec 2002 - Aug 2006

Apple Inc. - Cupertino, CA
BGSU Campus Representative

  • Planned and coordinated various sales promotion activities designed to increase faculty/ staff and student awareness of Apple computers and related products. Informed members of the campus community of new product introductions and pricing options.
  • Worked with University administrators to integrate new instructional technologies, and with student leaders to offer sponsorship for fund-raising and philanthropic events.
  • Participated in a focus group (one of four campus representatives invited nationally) along with the senior leadership of the Higher Education Sales Division to redesign the campus-based sales program and develop the strategy for recruiting, training, and retaining the national student sales force.

May 2005 – July 2013

CMC Group - Bowling Green, OH
Marketing Consultant/Media Specialist

  • Developed online and iPad/iPhone app as a tool for kitchen managers and foodservice operators, utilizing HTML, CSS, PHP, AJAX and MySQL
  • Conceptualized the company’s online strategy. Redesigning their web site to capitalize on emerging communication technologies (e.g., Podcasting, live chats, SMS messaging)
  • Developed packaging for both domestic and international product launches
  • Produced multiple videos and promo packages utilizing Adobe After Effects and Final Cut Pro

Dec 2006 - Present

Great Lakes Cru Inc. - Indianapolis, IN
Technical Conference Director – Multiple Conferences

  • Manages a yearly team of over 55 individuals yearly
  • Manages a relationship with the Indianapolis Convention Center and JW Marriott
  • Manages a relationship with Bartha Audio/Visual (sound, lighting, stage design) and Markeys (power, rigging)
  • Manages a relationship with Cameras and Crew (live video production and projection)
  • Involved in the creation process for stage design and implements that design
  • Selects each individual key member (video directors, video production coordinator, media design, audio director, playback, video switcher, ballroom crew supervisor, ballroom crew heads, and display operator)
  • Oversees a budget of over $95,000 yearly.
  • Responsible for all technical aspects (lighting, audio, camera, projection) of seven main meetings at the conference, including a team of 7 interns that are responsible for graphic slide creation and video creation

June 2011 - Present

Freelance Consulting/Media Design

  • Great Seminars Online: Web design (Wordpress), Videographer, photographer, instructional designer for physical therapy CEU provider - Washington D.C. (August, 20009 – Present)
  • Razr Creative – Web design (Wordpress)
  • Sterling, Ledet & Associates – Trainer in Adobe After Effects for St. Gregory Group - Cincinnati, Ohio (October, 2009)
  • Peak Enterprises – Package design and social marketing consultant for Tung Brush – Sarasota, Florida (January, 2011 – Present)
  • Lifeformations – Videographer for museum and exhibit design
  • BGSU Newspaper – Video Production Trainer
  • TEDx BGSU – Technical Production consultant and core committee member
  • Maintains primary website utilizing HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP
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Research Interests

Experiential Learning

As a professor in video production and motion design and practitioner, Dr. Rogers has found it crucial to students’ learning that each have experiences that effect the society in which he/she lives. It is with this belief that he has adapted his classes to involve real-world projects. His students have worked with clients on educational videos for the Indiana Department of Corrections, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (2 projects) and the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, marketing videos for the Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana, Washington Township Schools and the IUPUI School of Philanthropy. His students are currently working on a series of training videos for passport usage with the State Department in a partnership with the Diplomacy Lab.

Technology-Supported Directed Reflection

Making experiential learning a cornerstone of his educational philosophy also means providing students the opportunity to reflect. Through research and studies he has found directed reflection offers opportunities for deeper learning and also the ability to advance students metacognitive skills. He has also found that there is a latency between when students experience and when they reflect, therefore tainting the reflection content. It is with this in mind that he is currently working with a team to develop EASEL (Education through Application-Supported Experiential Learning). The EASEL system pushes content to the student’s mobile device before an experience is scheduled, tracks the experience time and location and provides the student prompted reflection items within minutes after the experience is no longer tracked. Along with prototype development he is also in discussions to form partnerships with nursing, occupational therapy and dentistry. The system will work in tandem with current learning management systems.

Assessment

His work has addressed the value of hint-based tools that could be used during assessments. These items can be items such as crib sheets, extended notes, or even asking questions of an instructor on an evaluation. More specifically, he has worked with Dr. Jerry Schnepp of Bowling Green State University on the Point Barter Assessment Tool. Point Barter offers students the opportunity to receive hints on assessment items while reducing points on the given item.

Implications of User Experiences

With the advent of pervasive devices such as the Oculus Rift (virtual reality headset) and Leap Motion (hand detection), new environments are being created that allow for new ways of learning and training. The user experience is crucial to the creation of these environments. Dr. Rogers has worked on multiple projects in this area of research. Most notably, he have been involved with the user design of the Advanced Virtual Manufacturing Lab and user experience of training on a CNC machine in this environment. He has also worked with individuals in the Department of Kiniesology to utilize the Oculus Rift to study weight shift management and in Biomedical Engineering to study the implications of utilizing the Leap Motion to help victims of phantom limb syndrome.

Activities

Journal Publications

  • Rogers, C. (2014). The Utilization of Rasch Measurement to Evaluate a Survey for Online Training. Journal for the Liberal Arts & Sciences. Oakland University. 18 (2)
  • Schnepp, J. & Rogers, C. (2015). Just Give Me A Hint! An Alternative Testing Approach for Simultaneous Assessment and Learning. KES Smart Innovation Systems and Technologies, 2nd International KES Conference on Smart Education and E-Learning. - Book Chapter
  • Rogers, C. & Schnepp, J. (2015). Students Perceptions of an Alternative Testing Method: Hints as an Option for Exam Questions. Computers in Education Journal. American Society for Engineering Education. December 2015.
  • Rogers, C. (in press) The Value of Combining Technical, Creative and Diversity-Rich Components Within A Media Production Course. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement - Pending
  • Rogers, C. (in press) Experiential Learning in Media Practice – Students Perceptions of Client-Based Projects. Journal of Communications Media Studies – Pending
  • Schnepp, J., Rogers, C. B. (in press). A Mobile Application that Supports Guided Reflection for Experiential Learning Activities. Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice. - (Pending)
  • Studer, M., Benton, M., Rogers, C., Quirke, M.,(2017) We Are All Teachers: Modeling Democratic Engagement in Faculty Development., Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. University of Michigan. 23 (2)
  • Rogers, C., Renguette, C., Sieferd, E. (in-press). “Just-in-Time Reflection with Dentistry Students in a Community-Based Practice” - Working Document
  • Rogers, C., Cooper, S., Renshaw, S. (2017). Using Mobile Technology to Facilitate Interviews in Family Medicine Education. Journal of Innovative Learning Research - Pending

Conference Proceedings

  • Rogers, C. (2013). You Don’t Need to Be in Hollywood to Learn Video: An Exercise to Reinforce Learning. Sloan-C International Conference. Walt Disney Swan & Dolphin Resort, Orlando, Florida. November 20, 2013
  • Rogers, C. (2014). Asking the Right Questions to Get the Right Answers. The Conference on Human Development in Asia. Hiroshima, Japan. March 2-4, 2014
  • Rogers, C. (2014). A Case for Real World Projects: A Partnership with Penitentiary. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education EdMedia 2014 Conference Proceedings. Tampere, Finland. June 24-June 26, 2014
  • Schnepp, J., & Rogers, C. (2014). Giving Hints on A test Isn't Cheating?!!. International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 Conference Proceedings. Anchorage, Alaska
  • Rogers, C. & Schnepp, J. (2014). Teaching During The Final Exam: How Providing Hints Can Help. ASEE International Conference. June 15-June 17, 2014
  • Schnepp. J, & Rogers, C. (2014). Gamification Techniques for Academic Assessment. International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning. Denver, CO. October 16-18, 2014
  • Rogers, C. & Schnepp, J. (2014). Employing Hints to Facilitate Real-World Assessments. Assessment Institute in Indianapolis. Indianapolis, IN. October 19-21, 2014
  • Rogers, C. (2015). Killing Two Birds with One Stone: Civic Engagement & Experiential Learning. Prism of Possibilities Conference. Bowling Green, Ohio. March 5-7, 2015
  • Rogersc, C. (2015). Creating the Well-Rounded Student: Skill Development, Experiential Learning & Civic Engagement. 2015 IUPUI Research Day, April 17, 2015
  • Rogers, C. (2015). Killing Three Birds with One Stone: Civic Engagement, Experiential Learning & Skill Development. International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning. Savannah, GA. October 15-17, 2015
  • Schnepp, J., Rogers, C. (2015). Challenging The Agile Learner through Variations in Assessment. Savannah, GA. October 15-17, 2015
  • Rogers, C. (2016). Creating A Syllabus that They Will Want to Read. Quick Hits Presentation. Midwest SoTL Conference. April 1, 2016
  • Rogers, C. (2016). Supporting Directed Reflection with Technology in Field Experiences. International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning. Salt Lake City, UT, October 13-15, 2016
  • Rogers, C. B., Renguette, C. C. (2017). Cognition & Learning Roundtable. Washington D.C.: The Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning
  • Schnepp, J., Renguette, C. C., Rogers, C. B. (2017). EASEL - Education through Application-Supported Experiential Learning - Poster Session. Washington D.C.: The Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning
  • Schnepp, J., Rogers, C., (2017). Toward a Mobile Application that Supports Directed Reflection on Experiential Learning Activities. EduTeach 2017. Second Canadian International Conference on Advances in Education, Teaching & Technology. Toronto, Canada. July 29-31 2017

External Grants

  • Rogers, C. (2013). Solution Center/PEN Products Grant - $1,000.00
  • Rogers, C., El-Mounyari, H., (2015). Developing New Perspectives in User Experience Media & Design. NSF REU Grant - $357,229.48 - Rejected
  • Rogers C. (2016). Washington Township Schools Parent Marketing Video - $500.00
  • Rogers, C. Schnepp, J. (2016) Using Technology to Support Directed Reflection in Experiential Learning. Spencer Foundation. $50,000.00 – Rejected
  • Schnepp, J. Rogers, C. (2016) Learning through Assessment: An Evaluation of the Point Barter Testing System. Spencer Foundation. $50,000.00 – Rejected
  • Rogers, C. B. (Program Director (PD)/Principal Investigator (PI)), Renguette, C. C. (Co-PD/PI), Schnepp, J. (Co-PD/PI), Seig, M. T. (Co-PD/PI), "EXP: Collaborative Research: Using EASEL to Facilitate Metacognition and Improved Content Delivery," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $520,000.00. (September 2017 - September 2019). - Rejected
  • Renguette, C., Rogers, C., Schnepp, J., Seig, MT., “Cyberlearning Workshops: Pre-Proposal - Next Steps for Cyberlearning”, Sponsored by National Science Foundation, $50,000.00 - Pending
  • Rogers, C., Ganci, A., Price, J. (2017). “Defining Questions Between Learner and User Experience Design”. NSF REU Grant - $357,229.48 - Pending

Internal Grants

  • Rogers C. (2014) Overseas Conference Grant, Indiana University - $1,000.00 - Rejected
  • Rogers C. (2015) Overseas Conference Grant, Indiana University - $1,000.00 - Accepted
  • Rogers C. (2015). Development in Technology-Supported Directed Reflection - IUPUI Department of Organizational Leadership - $4,000.00
  • Rogers, C. (2015) The EASEL System: Education through Application-Supported Experiences. FORCES Grant - $35,000.00 - Rejected
  • Rogers C. (2016). HCI Design in Technology-Supported Directed Reflection - $1,500.00 - ITEC
  • Rogers C. (2016). Service Learning Assistant Scholar - Office of Service Learning. - $2,500.00
  • Rogers, C. (2016) RISE Grant - $2,500.00
  • Rogers C. (2016). Education through Application-Supported Experiences - RSFG OVCR Grant - $29,529
  • Rogers C., Renshaw, S., & Cooper, S. (2016). Curriculum Enhancement Grant - Center for Teaching & Learning, IUPUI - $5,000.00 - Awarded
  • Renguette, C., Rogers, C., Price, J., “Using EASEL to Facilitate Metacognition with Student-Teachers in K-12 Education”. SEIRI Seed Grant, $30,000.00 - Rejected

Awards

  • Rogers C, (2015) Teaching with Canvas Pioneer Award Honorable Mention
  • Rogers C, (2017) Trustees Teaching Award

Gifts

  • Rogers C, (2014) Canon Cameras Donation - $1359.96
  • Rogers C, (2014) Audio-Technica Donation - $1076.00
  • Rogers C, (2014) Westcott Lighting Donation - $2162.90
  • Rogers C. (2015) Youth Philanthropy Initiative Donation - $1750.00

Fellowships

  • Rogers, C. B. (Program Director (PD)/Principal Investigator (PI)), "Innovation & Entrepreneurship," Sponsored by University College, IU Internal, $10,500.00. (May 2016 - December 2016)

Journal Publications

  • Rogers, C., Lau, J., Huynh, D., Albertson, S., Beem, J., Qian, E. (2016). Capturing the Perceived Phantom Limb Through Virtual Reality. Advances in Human-Computer Interaction. September 2016
  • El-Mounaryi, H., Rogers, C., Wasfy, T., Satterwhite, J., (in press) Assessment of STEM e-Learning in an Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) Environment, Journal of Computers in Education - Pending
  • Rogers, C., El-Mounaryi, Jones, A., Satterwhite, J. (in press). “Efficacy of an Immersive Virtual Environment to teach Manufacturing. - Working Document
  • Rogers, C., Seiferd, E. (in-press). “Usability of an Educational Platform that Integrates Adaptive Navigation” - Working Document

Conference Proceedings

  • Rogers, C., Smith, B., Guy, J. (2013). 3D Imaging in the NeuroSciences. Joint Board of Advisors Meeting. School of Engineering & Technology. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana. October 25, 2013
  • El-Mounaryi, H., Fernandez, E., Rogers, C., Wasfy, C., Satterwhite, J. (2016) - Assessment of STEM e-Learning in an Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) Environment - 2016 ASEE Annual Conference
  • Rogers, C.(2016) Workshop: Considering User Experience: Developing and choosing tools to enhance online learning. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education E-Learn Conference, Washington D.C., November 14-16, 2016
  • Rogers, C. (2016) Mobile Learning with Active Navigation. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education E-Learn Conference, Washington D.C., November 14-16, 2016

External Grants

  • Shubert, P., Smith, B., Rogers, C., Meta-Optimization of Infrastructure Design with Conjunct Social Validation. NSF Grant - $384,880.00 - Rejected
  • Tamer, W., Boyles, M., El-Mounyari, H., & Rogers, C., Mixed Reality Advanced Virtual Manufacturing Lab, Microsoft Hololens Grant - $100,000.00 - Rejected
  • Tovar, A., El-Mounayri, H., Zhang, H., Rogers, C., Simulation-based design for AM of lightweight, multi-functional, metallic components with optimized internal cellular structure and optimized support structure. America Makes - $2,014.369 - Rejected

Internal Grants

  • Smith, B. & Rogers, C., 3D Virtual Environments for Training in Dental Applications. IU Collaborative Research Grant, $75,000.00 - Rejected
  • Smith, B. & Rogers, C., Streepey, J. (2014). Assessing the Effectiveness of New Virtual Reality Technology for Inducing Instability during Stance. MURI. $9,500.00. – Accepted
  • Rogers, C., Yoshida, K., Baldwin, D., Smith, B., (2014) Development of a virtual reality based psychophysical assessment method to capture the perceived arm position of the amputee phantom limb. MURI. $10,700.00. – Accepted
  • El-Mounayri, H., Wasfy, T., Fernandez, E., Rogers, C., Peters, J., (2014) Assessment of the impact of next generation augmented virtual reality (VR) technology on STEM e-learning. MURI. $10,700.00 – Accepted
  • Hill, J, Rogers, C. Nicholas, C. (2015) User-Centered Intelligent Collaboration Software. iTech IUPUI Grant. $13,000.00 - Accepted
  • Rogers C. (2016). Purdue Summer Research Grant - $10,400 - Accepted
  • El-Mounayri, H., Rogers, C. B. (Co-PD/PI), Frend, C. (Co-PD/PI), Wasfy, T. M. (Co-PD/PI), Satterwhite, J. (Co-PD/PI), "Assessment of Mixed-Reality virtual environment for STEM learning," Sponsored by Center for Research & Learning, IU Internal, $2,000.00. (May 2017 - August 2017) - Accepted
  • Rogers, C., El-Mounaryi, H., Jones, A., “Creating an Immersive Environment for Training in Manufacturing”. SEIRI Seed Grant, $30,000.00 - Rejected

Bowling Green State University

  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 New Faculty Learning Community
  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 Advisor, Visual Communications Technology Student Organization
  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 College of Education Undergraduate Program Council
  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 College of Technology Undergraduate Program Council
  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 NCATE Accreditation Process Overseer
  • Aug 2006 - May 2007 NCATE Accreditation Process Overseer
  • Jan 2007 - May 2007 Department Chair Search
  • Aug 2006 - May 2008 Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Board
  • Aug 2007 - May 2008 Web 2.0 Learning Community
  • Jan 2008 - May 2008 Department Chair Search
  • Aug 2008 - May 2009 Advisor, Apple Student User Group
  • Aug 2009 - Dec 2009 BGSU Perspective General Education Committee
  • Aug 2009 - May 2010 Active Learning & The Transition To Digital Learning Community
  • Aug 2006 - May 2010 Chair, Office of Student Affairs Campus MultiFaith Alliance
  • Oct 2011 – Dec 2012 Course Developer, Video Production Techniques (Wiley Publishing/ITT Tech)
  • Apr 2012 – May 2012 Chair Evaluation Committee
  • Aug 2013 – May 2013 Visual Communication Assessment Committee
  • Jan 2013 – May 2013 Student Union Conference Event Planning Search Committee
  • IUPUI - Department of Computer Information & Graphics Technology

  • Aug 2013 – May 2014 Cross Program (CGT & CIT) Web Collaborative Committee
  • Aug 2014 – May 2015 Member, Computer Information Technology Lecturer Search Committee
  • Aug 2016 - Present CGT Lecturer Search Committee

IUPUI - School of Engineering & Technology Education

  • Jan 2014 – May 2015 IUPUI Product Life Cycle Management Core Committee
  • Aug 2013 – May 2016 Faculty Senator

IUPUI - Institution

  • February 2015 Center for Teaching and Learning CEG Reviewer
  • April 2015 Participant, Center for Teaching and Learning Online Invitational
  • Feb 2016 Center for Teaching and Learning CEG Reviewer
  • Aug 2016 - December 2016 Faculty Development and Center for Teaching and Learning Task Force
  • Aug 2014 – Present Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Board

Professional

  • September 2015 Presenter, Adobe User Group of Indianapolis
  • September 2016 Presenter, Adobe User Group of Indianapolis

National/International

  • Jan 2014 ASEE Reviewer for Conference Abstracts and Papers
  • Jan 2014 Reviewer, Journal of Asynchronous Learning
  • Feb 2014 University Film & Video Association Conference Reviewer
  • June 2014 EdMedia International Conference Session Moderator
  • February 2015 Reviewer, The International Review of Research in Open & Distributed Learning
  • March 2015 Reviewer, Online Learning Consortium
  • Oct 2016 - Present Advisory Board, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning
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Courses

Aug 2006 - May 2007

Intro to Visual Communication Technology (BGSU)

Introductory course to the Visual Communication Technology program, covering basics in print, photography, video production and web design, as well as communication and presentation; oversaw multiple graduate assistants

Aug 2006 - May 2008

ViaMedia Service Learning Media course (BGSU)

Separate lab in VCT 1030 for advanced students that served as service-based course with multiple group projects for clients.

Jan 2009 - May 2009

Advanced Video Production (BGSU satellite campus)

Advanced topics in documentary creation and animation; Taught as a distance course

Aug 2007 – July 2013

Intro to Video Production (BGSU)

Introductory course, covering the video production process including preproduction, production and postproduction. Specific topics include treatment, scriptwriting, shooting composition and editing.

Aug 2009 – May 2013

Intermediate Video Production (BGSU)

Advanced topics in video production, including introductory concepts in motion design, keyframe and green screen work, lighting, audio and multi-camera shooting. Other topics include client communication and presentation.

Aug 2011 – May 2013

Advanced Video Production (BGSU)

Advanced topics in client relationship skills and industry education, as well as a strong focus on motion design, typography and 3D special relationships.

Aug 2013 - Present

Digital Video & Audio (IUPUI)

Covers the use of digital technologies for video and audio focused toward use in multimedia, internet, and animation products. Students examine the methods for creating, sampling, and storing digital video and digital audio and the constraints placed on these media assets when used for media-based products. Emphasis is placed upon the technology of digital video and audio including formats, data rates, compressors, and the advantages and disadvantages of the different technologies.

Aug 2013 - Present

Interactive Multimedia Design (IUPUI)

Interactive multimedia is the uses of content forms that includes a combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video, and interactivity content forms sometimes called "rich media" or interactive multimedia that describes as electronic media devices used to store and experience multimedia content.¿ Examples of interactive multimedia are DVS Menu's, Online Applications, Presentations, Kiosks, ATM's, DVD Menus, Information Screens (Airports, Restaurants, etc), Computer Games, and many other forms of communication.

Jan 2014 - Present

Technical Animation & Direction (IUPUI)

This course focuses on the documentary style of video production and brings special emphasis to creative storytelling. Students examine the intermediate methods for creating, sampling, and storing digital video and digital audio and the constraints placed on these media assets when used for media based products. Emphasis is placed upon the techniques for producing testimonial/documentary style video projects. We will use professional cameras, lights, and audio equipment to produce class-based projects.

Jan 2014 - Present

Multimedia Application Development (IUPUI)

This course builds on the basic principles of interactive multimedia and builds towards intermediate methods in interactive media. Interactive multimedia is the uses of content forms that includes a combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video, and interactivity content forms sometimes called "rich media" or interactive multimedia that describes as electronic media devices used to store and experience multimedia content. Examples of interactive multimedia are DVD menu's, Online Application, Presentations, kiosks, ATM's, DVR Menus, Information Screens (Airports, Restaurants, etc), Computer Games, and many other forms of communication.

Aug 2016 - Present

First Year Course in Innovation & Entrepreneurship (IUPUI)

This course is a first year experience for incoming students to IUPUI. The course is offered through University College and is open to exploratory majors. The course focuses on topics of innovation and entrepreneurship and connections within the Indianapolis area.

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Student Work