From Textbooks to Playlists: The Rise of Multimodal Learning

Thursday, February 04 | 11:15AM–12:00PM | Texas Ballroom Foyer, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Colleges and universities are considering adding video making, or visual literacy, as a core skill. Preparing students for a highly visual communication landscape that requires critical thinking to offset consumerism demands multimodal learning and cognitive skills. Researching, creating, and sharing video playlists is an important way to create personalized learning pathways and promote continuous learning. Join us to see a number of case studies that demonstrate the positive learning outcomes of multimodal learning in academic and corporate settings and discover how to create playlists that can be annotated, edited, and shared across teams.

OUTCOMES: Explore multimodal learning practices and pedagogy * Create shareable/editable learning playbooks * Implement the teaching of personal learning strategies and learn how to quick poll based on quadrant graph/spectrum polling ?


  • Laurie Burruss

    Professor Emeritus/Education Innovation Advisor, Pasadena City College