How we use new technology
in the classroom
A hands-on approach to new technology
Drake School of Journalism and Mass Communication students have a chance to get hands-on with new technology in two early classes – their Multimedia Lab and Digital Media Strategies. Professor Chris Snider introduces students to tech including 360 cameras, Snapchat Spectacles and drones, and then students create storytelling projects with those tools. This page includes examples of projects create by students in Snider’s class and beyond.
The Pink Game in 360
As we continue to recap last Friday's awesome Pink Game win for Drake University Women's Basketball, here is another cool "sights and sounds" video with a full 360-degree view! #DURiseUp #BeBlueVideography by Autumn Christine Meyer, Drake School of Journalism and Mass CommunicationPosted by Drake Athletics on Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Drake women’s basketball vs. Northern Iowa – video by student Autumn Meyer
Drake Relays Street Painting – video by Professor Chris Snider
Go-cart racing with students Aaron Bell and Sarah Bell.
Snapchat Spectacles Videos
Basketball/working out video by students Andrew Beall and Tori Clausen.
A day in the life of a Graphic Design student by Kylee Bateman.
Brunch at the Hubbell Dining Hall.
DrakeJMC Snapchat Stories
National Puppy Day
Drake Relays – SJMC Edition
“From Day One” video series created by Fall 2016 Advanced Video Production class: Publication From Day One.
Technology From Day One.
Involved from Day One.
Leadership From Day One.
2017 Urban Plains Launch Party – video by SJMC student Andrew Beall.
Facebook Live during a tornado drill.
This was a test of the Mevo Live video camera.
Testing live 360 video
Videos by SJMC student Nate Sohn.