Multimedia Course

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Subject of practice


Target groups


Educational level

Higher Education

Short Summary

The main goal of the classes was encourage students to use digital tools and show in which way this tools could improve  fields of humanities research

Duration of the implementation

2012-10-10 07:45:00 - 2013-01-20 08:45:00

Detailed description

Age of learners

20 - 35

Description of challenges faced (Are there any difficulties teachers/learners might face?)

The main problem was find appropriate digital tools which not to complicated and not to easy for the students. Another problem was encourage students to use it.

Detailed description

Concept of the classes was inspired by idea of medialab. Pupils were divided themselves for small group 3-4 person each. During the classes students were working together for  defining shape and purpose of their project. One restriction in their work was the main subject which I proposed: the popular culture.

When every group found conceptual frame of their project their chose open source and free digital tools for visualization. In the next step students create couple of related  presentation and publish them on blogs. All groups presented their work for all students who also evaluate presented work. Best project were published on the class webpage:

Learning Activities / Implementation

I create couple online tutorials about tools which we made use of. I also used software which count and display vote which showed students outcome of their vote about best project. I think that it created competition between groups and positively affected on their work.

Tools used to realise the practice

Wordpress, ImagePlot, Google Trends

Country of originPoland
Language of the practicePolish
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Status of the practice
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Area of good practice
  • ICT enabled learning - Using digital resources for face-to-face classroom practice & for online learning/blended classroom practice
This practice is
Transferable, Innovative, Availability

About the author

Name of contributorRadoslaw Bomba
Affiliation of contributor Academic Teacher
Institution where this practice was implementedCultural Studies Department in Maria Curie- Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland