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After you complete the form below, a team member will contact you within two business days to discuss next steps.

With the start of the new semester, MEDIA has changed the way it handles requests for curriculum-based projects. Much of the process will be familiar to those who have worked with MEDIA in the past; only one part is new. The updated approval process is described below.

  1. A faculty member (or a student) has an idea for developing online materials to be embedded within a course, such as videos, animations, illustrations, graphics, interactive web applications, etc. This person becomes the Principal Investigator (PI) for the proposed project.
  2. The individual completes the MEDIA intake form below.
  3. The MEDIA team consults with the PI to learn more about the proposed project. The MEDIA team makes suggestions, and the intake form is revised and resubmitted (if necessary).
  4. The PI and the MEDIA director present the proposed project to the Curriculum Advisory Team (CAT) for approval. CAT makes the decision on which projects are approved and advance to production.

Please note that this approval process pertains to curriculum-based projects only. For other projects, such as grant-based endeavors outside the curriculum, PIs should complete Steps 1-3 above, and then the MEDIA director and Scott will determine which projects proceed. The decision will be based upon MEDIA’s current workload with curriculum-based projects, the scope of the proposed project, and alignment with School strategy.

If you have any questions about the updated project approval process, please contact Jason Whitley for more information.

The MEDIA team looks forward to partnering with you!

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