Students work on a vast variety of projects ranging from posters to podcasts to movies. These assignments were created with the intent to expose students to different types of digital literacies and presentations mediums.
This student-made video was created in iMovie and PhotoShop for an Embry-Riddle class. The video describes some of the important techniques and people in the history of motion pictures and video.
This project required students to design videos about insects and the way they fly. The insect chosen for this project is Hydrophilus triangularis, also known as the Giant Black Water Beetle. Embry-Riddle professor Sally Blomstrom partnered with a museum and assigned her students to create educational videos that educate people about the insects.
The United States will experience a total solar eclipse in August 2017, which will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. In order to raise awareness for this celestial event, Embry-Riddle professor Sally Blomstrom partnered with the Fred G Dale Planetarium in Nebraska to create educational videos that will encourage people to go see the eclipse.