Feel more confident about presenting your work online! This series of workshops is designed to help Penn faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates familiarize themselves with several different digital presentation strategies to turn ideas into full-fledged digital projects.
These workshops are designed to develop your familiarity with analyzing a digital objects, using digital tools to edit, remix, and create media, and recognizing the physical and legal limitations, and obligations, associated with disseminating digital media. To register for these workshops please search under the category "Media Literacy" or follow the links attached to each event. We will also be posting handouts and linking to additional information as the workshops take place.
Date, Time, & Location: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 12:30-2pm, Davis Seminar Room, Fisher Fine Arts Library
Description: You may have heard of “online exhibits” but what exactly does that mean? If you have a collection of digital objects (i.e., images, videos, pdfs) from your research, coursework, or even hobbies, creating an online exhibit might be a valuable way to represent yourself or your work. Learn about the platforms and practices available as well as tips for streamlining workflows, citing authorship, curating your visual data, and sharing your work. Please bring your laptop!