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Two-Year-Small Colleges [clear filter]
Sunday, April 15
 

9:00am

You Want It When?

Mass Communication programs at two-year and small colleges are often led by one person. The demands of writing Curriculum staffing classes, assessing outcomes, budgeting, and answering email can wreak havoc on a day. How do you manage all these tasks and deadlines, especially in a climate where the expectation is that you get things done faster and cheaper?
Moderator: Thomas McDonnell, Metropolitan Community College
Panelists: James Crandall, Aims Community College
Srah Gibson, George Fox University



Sunday April 15, 2012 9:00am - 10:15am
Pavilion 10

12:00pm

The Local Documentary as Shared Experience
This session offers multiple perspectives on creating faculty-student collaborations for local documentary production. Each of the panel's participants will explore the dynamic nature of the aesthetic, affective, discovery and critical thinking aspects of non-fiction storytelling, as well as showing examples that can guide small college programs. Moderator: David M. McCoy, Ashland University
Panelists: Phil Hoffman, The University of Akron; The Local Documentary as Critical Thinking
Gretchen Dworznik, Ashland University; Tim McCarty, Ashland University, The Local Documentary as Affective Experience
David McCoy, Ashland University; The Local Documentary as Aesthetic Experience
Joe Murray, Kent State University; The Local Documentary as Student Discovery


Sunday April 15, 2012 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Pavilion 9

1:30pm

I Will Survive

How to survive budget cuts at your school by changing your Curriculum
Moderator: Gwin Faulconer-Lippert, Oklahoma City Community College
Panelists: Joni Varner, Chair of Cinema and Television, Los Angeles City College
Ronald A. Johnson, Oklahoma Baptist University

 



Sunday April 15, 2012 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Conference Room 3
 
Monday, April 16
 

2:45pm

I Have Good News...and Bad News
How to give effective critiques on productions; which is better-positive feedback or negative feedback; need boths sides of issue on the panel; initial focus was to be high school video productions in conjunction with the D7 video competition Moderator: Gwin Faulconer-Lippert, Oklahoma City Community College; Panelists: Thomas McDonnell, Metropolitan Community College
Rick Allen Lippert, Oklahoma City Community College
Sarah Gibson, George Fox University


Monday April 16, 2012 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Conference Room 5

4:15pm

All in Favor Say Aye
How to save your program through legislative means - how to initiate 2+2+2 through the legislative.
Moderator: Roger Badesch, Chicago Vocational Career Academy

Speakers

Monday April 16, 2012 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Pavilion 1
 
Tuesday, April 17
 

4:15pm

What Are You Guys Using?

With equipment becoming smaller with better quality and traditional film, video and still camera companies crossing-over to each others' territory, what are some of the better equipment alternatives for smaller programs – Canon, Nikon, reps fear in old school ways – still broadcasting.
Moderator: Dan Kimbrough, Misericordia University
Panelists: Daniel C. Walsh, Appalachian State University
Brian L. Shelton, Rock Valley College
Mark Dawson, Anderson University
Joe Champ, Colorado State University
Don Moore, Ohio University Southern


Speakers
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Don Moore

Associate Professor, Director Electronic Media, Ohio University Southern
Assistant Professor, Director Ohio University Southern Campus, interest sports production.


Tuesday April 17, 2012 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Conference Room 7
 
Wednesday, April 18
 

9:00am

A Pocketful of Video: Big Things from Little Cameras

An informational exchange about letting students use their own equipment to record and edit class projects, bypassing department equipment.
Moderator: Linda Thorsen Bond, Stephen F. Austin State University
Panelists: 
Casey Hart, Stephen F. Austin State University; Transforming Theory to Classroom Practice
Al Greule, Stephen F. Austin State University; Putting Pocket Video to Use
Linda Thorsen Bond, Stephen F. Austin State University; Working in the Converged Classroom
Tony DeMars, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Digital Media Classes in Traditional Media Programs



Wednesday April 18, 2012 9:00am - 10:15am
Conference Room 4

12:00pm

Birds of a Feather
“Birds-of-a-Feather” (BOF) sessions are moderated, open discussions on technology-related topics proposed by BEA2012 attendees. A topic may be related to BEA2012content, or any other technology topic that would be of interest to conference attendees. BOF sessions are not formal presentations with slides or software demonstrations. Instead, the format is casual and open. The BOF sessions are a great opportunity to meet with other attendees that have common interests and exchange ideas. You do not have to be a subject matter expert in order to host a session, although you need to have a genuine interest in the topic. There will be a sign-up sheet near the registration desk if you wish to propose a BOF session. Session Organizer: Shane Tilton, Ohio University - Lancaster

Speakers
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Shane Tilton

Assistant Professor of Multimedia Journalism, Ohio Northern University
An "academic hobo"/polymath/bon vivant/"philosophiae doctor argo Interrete, communicatio et informationes" who travels between writer's block, points of inspiration and Ada, OH on a regular basis.


Wednesday April 18, 2012 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Conference Room 4