World.Wine.Web. is back to blend stimulating conversation over savory snacks and beverages. This quarter’s workshop programming features some of the Studio’s most requested offerings: how to get a grasp on data in various forms, how to get started with videoconferencing, and how to make course materials more accessible to learners.
World.Wine.Web.— a quarterly salon event featuring faculty projects, teaching topics
Save the date: May 12 3:30-5pm
Event information coming soon!
Special Event — Exhibit and Installation at the Block Museum
Be sure to visit a special gallery exhibit opening in April at the Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art: “We Are Revolutionaries: The Wall of Respect and Chicago’s Mural Movement,” featuring student projects developed in conjunction with the Media and Design Studio. April 21-June 18
Language Symposium — an opportunity to focus on language instruction and learning
The Northwestern University Council on Language Instruction and the Media and Design Studio together with the Center for the Study of Languages (University of Chicago), the Sandy Port Errant Language and Culture Learning Center (UIC) and the Department of Modern Languages at DePaul University, invite you to participate in the Chicago Language Symposium 2017. April 22, 2017
- Teleconferencing and Telecollaboration — In this workshop we will explore popular campus technologies that can bridge face-to-face and online class participation, including Skype, BlueJeans and Adobe Connect. We will also demonstrate the powerful videoconferencing tools installed in the Media and Design Studio classrooms.
Workshop Date 1: Friday, April 14 1-2 pm
Workshop Date 2: Thursday, April 27, 3-4pm
Kresge Room 2530
Register Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33087883751
- Accessibility Principles — In this introductory workshop you will discover the challenges all students can encounter while using Canvas and will learn the simple steps that can dramatically improve the accessibility of course content. (co-led with Northwestern IT Faculty Support Services).
Tuesday, April 18, 1-2 pm
Norris University Center
Register Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/32726709469
- Data, Databases, and Elizabeth Taylor — Now, more than ever, electronic data is everywhere, recording and recounting the story of the human experience. How do we begin to understand how information is organized and stored? Also, what can an actress and model teach us about data modeling? In this workshop, we will discover data in various forms, and learn what computers need to understand complex relationships.
Workshop Date 1: Friday, May 5, 1-2pm
Workshop Date 2: Thursday, May 25, 3-4pm
Kresge Room 2530
Register Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33088129486