Office for Multimedia Teaching
The Office for the Development of Multimedia Teaching and the use of New Media offers consulting and support services to teachers who want to introduce multimedia communication tools into their courses or need to improve the use of graphics, slides, video and audio and to prepare materials for students to facilitate learning in the stages of understanding, memorization and review.
The Office collects and analyzes documentation on topics related to multimedia teaching, learning, developments in neuroscience as much as it is interesting for teaching, and e-learning in its various forms (see Documentation section)
In the academic year 2017-2018 several experiments were carried out (see Experimentation section) which led to the definition of intervention models adapted to the reality of our University, where multimedia teaching becomes a support and not a substitute for frontal teaching. of lessons or seminars.
In the academic year 2018-2019, research will continue on topics such as:
- new forms of university textbooks;
- learning objects;
- recording and graphical treatment of single lessons and complete courses;
- support for cooperative teams of teachers;
- e-learning with transcriptions / translations;
- cooperation actions with other universities
Individual and group support is also offered, where possible, to students (Phd and License) multimedia presentation of theses and dissertations.CONTATTO
Alessandro Canessa Sattanino
Development Office for
multimedia teaching and new media
+39 06 6701.5929
PROOF OF CONCEPT AND WORK-IN-PROGRESS
In this section you find links to Gregorian University experimentations published on YouTube
Reference is made, when appropriate, to e-learning activities of other institutions.
The ongoing experimentation on the course on History of Medieval Church by Fr. Paul Oberholzer, sj is published at the link:
The shooting of the JDEI - Joint Diploma in Ecologia Integrale, 2018 edition made possible by a collaboration between the Pontifical Universities of Rome, is published in full at the channel
Four initial experiments (presentations of a seminar and a complementary course; a prototype of an history lesson; a dialogue between two experts on Laudato si’) are published in a playlist of the “unigregoriana” YouTube channel at the link:
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