Since 2000, the author has been teaching K-12 and higher education teachers at a variety of locations how to use multimedia authoring tools in the classroom, including text, graphics, video, audio, television, and animation methods and tools. His students have included teachers at all levels and in most subject areas, as well as trainers from government, business, and industry. Many of the software tools that he has used in his teaching practice are open source software. This presentation will describe his experiences, including software used, classroom topics and applications addressed, lessons learned, and benefits of open source software.
|Tracks||Community Building and Diveristy|
|Author(s) Bio||Since 2000, the author has been teaching multimedia authoring tools and classroom applications to graduate student K-12 and higher education teachers, as well as trainers from government, business, and industry. Since 2005, he has been teaching at SUNY Buffalo State in Buffalo, New York. Currently, he teaches undergraduate courses in computer information systems.|
|Level of Difficulty||Beginner|