Lights, Camera, Change: Leading Academic Innovation through Storytelling NMCA WorkshopThe NMC Academy is proud to offer NMCA Workshops as part of its catalog. NMCA Workshops may be held online or face-to-face. They are designed to be a full or half-day event. Registration for the workshop is required to earn credit. This workshop is being held at an event: 2017 NMC Summer Conference 06/13/2017 - 06/15/2017Hyatt Regency Cambridge 575 Memorial Dr. Cambridge, MA 02139-4896NMCA Workshop Schedule:06/13/2017 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDTNot available at this time Leading strategic innovation in higher education means telling our story to audiences on and beyond our campuses. In the YouTube era, video is capable of much more than course capture. Video and visual storytelling are powerful tools to prototype, imagine, inform, and persuade as we seek to scale academic change. Course Materials Session Syllabus Objectives Outcomes Lights, Camera, Change: Leading Academic Innovation through Storytelling Description Resources Interest Level: Session Resources Session Slides Tuesday 13th of June 2017 09:00 AM — 12:00 PM EDT Add to calendar Session Type Session Pathway Audience Skill Preconference Workshop all all Faculty KyleDickson MattFrank Kyle Dickson Abilene Christian University Kyle Dickson directs the AT&T Learning Studio at ACU, enabling students and faculty to craft media messages for a global audience. Since 2005 he has worked with the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning to support innovative faculty in podcasting, course blogging, and mobile learning. Presentations and workshops include EDUCAUSE, ELI, NMC, SITE, and the Handheld Learning Conference with a range of consulting in mobile learning in Higher Ed, K-12 and summer workshops in Abilene sponsored by AT&T and NGLC. Matt Frank Loyola Marymount University Matt spent over 10 years working in television and film as a cinematographer and editor before crossing into academia as a media educator, consultant, and creator. As Associate Director of Classroom and Creative Services at Loyola Marymount University, Matt oversees a team responsible for all learning spaces, labs, audio-visual technology and the creation of multimedia-based academic resources that improve student learning and promote faculty outreach. His interests include high quality video and audio production, emerging technologies, design, and gaming. Matt holds a B.A. in Communications with emphasis on Electronic Media from Wichita State University and previously worked as part of the Media Commons team at Penn State University and USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.