Digital CSU is happy to announce the Digital CSU Student Showcase in partnership with the Michael Schwartz Library!
The Showcase will take place in the Student Center Atrium on Thursday, November 18 from 10am-12pm.
The showcase is an opportunity for students to present finished or in-progress digital research projects created for their courses in a poster session style event to their faculty, staff, and their peers. Digital or multimodal research projects can take many forms, but they include: websites, video presentations, ebooks, infographics or other data visualization projects, lesson plans, maps, timelines, podcasts, research articles, or other digital compositions and multimedia work.
Student participants must register for the event through this form: https://tinyurl.com/ps9e4hkc. They must also be prepared to share their texts digitally, which requires that each participant brings the necessary equipment (e.g. laptop, power cords, headphones, speakers, etc.). Participants are encouraged to provide supplemental materials such as handouts about their design process, research methods, or other relevant documents; however, this is not required.
Did you know?
Students can check out cameras, camcorders, microphones, and more at the Digital Design Studio, on the 3rd floor of the Michael Schwartz Library. Here students can use multimedia software, including Adobe Creative Cloud. Need assistance with a multimodal project? Check out our research guide.
Questions about the showcase, or digital or multimodal projects? Please contact Ben Richards at email@example.com