DMA Award Participants

Engage implemented the Engage Adaptation Digital Media Assignments Award during the 2010-2011 academic year to study the impact and processes around the creation of digital media assignments in the classroom. 21 faculty and instructional staff selected from schools and colleges across the campus participated in the award. The following is a list of UW-Madison faculty and instructional staff who participated in the Engage Adaptation Digital Media Assignments Award.

Tom Armbrecht - Department of French and Italian, College of Letters and Science
"All the world's a... screen!" Using Student-Created Videos to Teach Film Analysis in French in France

Davis Brown - Department of English, College of Letters and Science
Digital Wor(l)ds

Nadine Connor - Department of Communicative Disorders, College of Letters and Science
Teaching Future Voice Clinicians through an Active Learning Assignment

Kathleen Culver - Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Letters and Science
Digital Ethnography of Online Communities

Greg Downey - School of Library and Information Studies, College of Letters and Science
Ignite presentations for the Information Society (Comm-B course)

Yvette Egan - School of Nursing
Using Digital Storytelling in Patient Education

Mary Fiorenza - Department of English, College of Letters and Science
Writing for the Web in the Workplace: A Collaborative Project in English 317

Ralph Grunewald - Department of Comparative Literature, College of Letters and Science
'Gee, Officer Krupke' - The Diverse Roles of the Players in the Juvenile Justice System

Erica Halverson - Department of Educational Psychology, School of Education
My "This American Life"

Adam Kern - Department of East Asian Languages and Literature, College of Letters and Science
Digital Media Assignment for East Asian 433/833: "Topics in East Asian Visual Cultures" - The Spectacular Culture of Early Modern Japan

Phillip Kim - Department of Management and Human Resources, School of Business
Dream Manifesto in Technology Entrepreneurship

Kerry Martin - Department of Zoology, College of Letters and Science
Construction of multimedia tutorials as a way to enhance understanding in Introductory Biology

Jan Miernowski - Department of French and Italian, College of Letters and Science
'Student Created Interactive Multimedia Knowledge Objects" as a means to connect literature and cultural history

Rebecca Muehrer - School of Nursing
Creating Sexual Health Case Scenarios

David Noyce - Department of Civil and Envrionmental Engineering, College of Engineering
The Complexity of Transportation

Kent Peterson - Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, School of Education
Articulating a Leadership Vision in Multi-Media

Jacqueline Preston - Department of English, College of Letters and Science
Making Connections: Digital Research Proposal

Linda Roberts - Department of Human Development and Family Studies, School of Human Ecology
Translational Relationship Science: Creating Engaging Multi-Media Messages to Promote Healthy Relating

Amy Trentham-Dietz - Department of Population Health Sciences, School of Medicine and Public Health
The Descriptive Epidemiology of Cancer

Catherine Voge - School of Nursing
Fostering Student Learning through a Digital Media Assignment

Jane Zuengler - Department of English, College of Letters and Science
Scaling Up: Doing Digital Media Assignments in REAL Classes