Breakout Session V

Breakout Session V
Friday 8:20-9:15

Behind the Scenes of Educational Media Production

Educational media professionals from The Office of Instructional & Research Technology’s at Rutgers University discuss digital media case studies that help prepare educators for successful and effective digital media creation. Media is an increasingly common tool in today’s instructional platforms and course design. We hope to share common processes for preparation and creation of educational digital media from our own online course projects at Rutgers. We will specifically outline the three stages of media production (pre-production, production and post-production) in association with real-world applications from three case studies.

Laura Transue
Rutgers University

Josh Gould
Rutgers University

Laura Transue is the production coordinator and producer for OIRT Video Productions at Rutgers University.  As the primary contact for the team, she manages budgets, scheduling, and all other administrative and business tasks while also doing editing and camera work.  Laura studied Film and Human Development at Cornell University, and is currently in the Women’s Studies Master’s program at Rutgers University.

Josh Gould is a senior instructional designer at Rutgers University and the lead editor and cinematographer for OIRT Video Productions.  He provides advanced skills in postproduction, motion graphics, and animation.  Josh heads up media-related training offerings, manages online course-related video production projects, and providing expertise on multimedia use.  Josh studied Mass Communications and Film Studies at LaSalle University.