Students from across campus at Cleveland State University had the chance April 28 to show off their work at the Spring 2022 Digital CSU Student Showcase.
The event was a collaboration between the Michael Schwartz Library and Digital CSU, a group of like-minded scholars at Cleveland State University.
The showcase is held each semester and provides students the opportunity to present finished or in-progress digital projects created for their courses. Held in the Student Center atrium, the event attracted other students, staff and faculty.
Students displayed collaborative works, such as The Cleveland Stater, through to class and individual projects, with a strong showing in spring 2022 from the class of Erin Avram, who teaches in the chemistry department.
Digital or multimodal projects can take many forms. They include websites, videos, presentations, ebooks, infographics or other data visualization projects, lesson plans, maps, timelines, podcasts, multimodal research articles, or other digital compositions and multimedia work.
If you are interested in Digital CSU, whether as a student, staff member or faculty, reach out to the convenors: Erin Avram (chemistry), Adrienne Gosselin (English), John Jirik (journalism), or Ben Richards (Michael Schwartz Library).