During this presentation, we will discuss the experience from Fayetteville Technical Community College in converting Advertising and Graphic Design courses to an 8-week scheduling format. In this session, we will examine impact on student performance, faculty satisfaction, and ability for students to complete prerequisite courses more quickly.
Keynote Speaker, Phillip Oakley's presentation at the Fall Summit in 2021.
There is an increased demand for students to have User Experience (UX) skills especially as more companies expand their online capabilities. This presentation will provide an overview of what UX covers and how to get started teaching UX in any class from graphic design to multimedia. Attendees will leave with project examples to integrate into their classrooms.
We know where our students come from, but where are they going? What are their goals, and how can we help them achieve them? In this workshop, we will discuss discovering these items through dialogue and body language, as well as taking a critical look at our programs. Are we helping students as much as we can? What can we do TODAY to help them achieve their final goals?
This logo recognition game was developed to see how quickly students recognize a logo based on seeing small parts of the logo first. As an engaging game, this might be a great way to kick off a logo project and discuss the importance of simple recognizable icons.
You may copy the game file and edit it as you see fit for your classroom!
This session reflects on how Wake Tech has pivoted in response to COVID-19 in regards to their GRD 280 Portfolio Design course. During this workshop, attendees are encouraged to bring student examples from their schools and share their own program’s successes (and challenges) as they’ve adapted their portfolio courses to the virtual environment.
In this workshop, we will share tips and tricks to stay afloat when it comes to grading. From a Google doc with daily notes to program-wide rubrics to video feedback, there are small changes that you can make to help you provide feedback to your students while reclaiming your weekend! Attendees are encouraged to bring their own grading tips and tricks to share with the rest of the group.
Lost for ideas on how to recruit students to your program, especially in the middle of a pandemic? You have come to the right Zoom room! In this workshop we’ll cover how to market your program using social media, mailers, career fairs (virtual or F2F), how to connect with high schools and community, and much more. Bring your ideas to share with others and definitely bring something to take notes.
For three years, AGD students have partnered with Small Business Clients from the Entrepreneurship Initiatives programs at Wake Tech. Join Carla Osborne from Wake Tech to hear about how the process has evolved, lessons learned the hard way, and how the process has streamlined from introducing the students to groups to end-of-the-semester presentations.
Similar to looking at your student's end goal, our students need connection with individuals for success, and knowing more about how we fit into their lives can allow us to help them on their way. In this presentation, we'll focus on where our students are coming from and how to help them get started, how to encourage them along the way, and increase your role in that system.