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Sunday, April 12 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Shooting Global: The Challenges and Rewards of International Production Courses

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This panel will examine the perils and pitfalls of taking production students out of their domestic comfort zone, the benefits of internationalizing students' coursework, and the long-term results of such projects. Logistics, educational outcomes, assessment, and how students and faculty work together in these experiential environments will be discussed.
Moderator: Frank Barnas, Valdosta State University
Panelists: Marie Elliott, Valdosta State University; Global Outcomes: Effective Experiential Teaching in Ireland
Frank Barnas, Valdosta State University; Logistics and Strategies with Students in Eastern and Western Europe
David Smeltzer, Kent State University; Scientific Documentaries: Lessons from Costa Rica
Kyle Hufford, Goshen College; Using a Multi-Course Approach for International Trips: How using multiple courses in tandem with an international trip can help you get the most out of the experience and create a better production
Frederick Lewis, Ohio University; "Home for Hari Raya": How 14 students from Ohio University, working with 14 students from Universiti Teknologi MARA, made a narrative film in Malaysia


Sunday April 12, 2015 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Pavilion 10

Attendees (26)