Digital video, audio, and text have never been more popular, and educators need to know how to make new media work in all types of learning environments. The Educator’s Guide to Producing New Media and Open Educational Resources provides practical advice on how to produce and use open access resources to support student learning. This realistic "how-to" guide is written for education professionals in any discipline seeking to transform their instruction with technology.
"Brown and Green have spent a quarter of a century creating and sharing digital resources for teaching and learning. In this book, they do an outstanding job discussing a variety of ‘new media’ (digitally produced pieces that combines images, sound, and/or interactivity) and ‘open educational resources.’ They provide practical advice on how to produce media, including ways for using, creating, editing, distributing, and embedding them. This book will benefit any instructor looking to integrate technology into their teaching."
—Florence Martin, Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology, Department of Educational Leadership, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
"Brown and Green have done it again. Their conversational tone sets the reader at ease as they effectively break down concepts many consider difficult. This book is a valuable resource for both the novice and experienced educator who wants to create and share open educational resources."
—John H. Curry, Associate Professor of Educational Technology and EdD Program Coordinator, Morehead State University, USA
Chapter 1: New Media and Open Educational Resources Defined
Chapter 2: Digital Video
Chapter 3: Digital Audio
Chapter 4: Digital Text
Chapter 5: Curated Digital Media
Chapter 6: Copyright Considerations
Chapter 7: Instructional Media Production and Evaluation