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Tuesday, April 14 • 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Distributed Authorship in Creative Media: Relevance for Promotion and Tenure

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You have a letter that acknowledges you worked on an independent film in several capacities, but you don’t have a primary author credit. You were asked to produce brand specific content for a company’s social media outlets, but the public sees the brand name, not yours. Will these scenarios pass muster during the promotion and tenure process? This panel will discuss the obstacles of documenting distributed authorship in creative media so that it satisfies promotion and tenure criteria. Issues related to branded content creation, electronic billboard production, film making, digital media production, and static and motion graphic design will be discussed.
Moderator: Bradford L. Yates, University of West Georgia
Panelists: Vanessa T. Ament-Gjenvick, Ball State University
Deon Kay, University of West Georgia
Fritz J. Messere, SUNY - Oswego
Chris Renaud, University of West Georgia
Respondent: William Christ, Trinity University

Tuesday April 14, 2015 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Pavilion 11

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