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Education
 
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina — Master’s Art+Design, 2011
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina — BA Speech Communications, 1984
 
Teaching Experience
 
COM 307 - Digital Audio Production (Spring 2014). Project based course focusing on both the technical and aesthetic aspects of audio production. Work with Digital Audio Workstation tools, plugins, a variety of different audio formats, including Radio Spots, Music Production and Storytelling.
 
COM 367: Digital Media and Culture (Fall 2012/Spring 2013). Project based course covering digital media technolgies including Web development, Web-based Video, HTML 5 Animation/Interactive Media, Multiple Branched Digital Storytelling. Reading assignments on Digital Copyright issues, Audience/Social Networking, Demographics, Interaction design, Future of Online Media/Interaction
 
Design Camp (2009 - 2017). Design Camp is summer education program sponsored by NC State's College of Design. It is a one-week experience offered three times during the summer, for high school students. The students are exposed to different design disciplines. I teach the Art+Design portion of the week, focused on creating stopmotion animation. 16 students a day, 5 days a week for a total of 40 animations a week! The curriculum is an outgrowth of my graduate project.
 
Journal Articles
 
Hurley, R. J., Luurs, G. D., Hammond, R. A., Meeks, H., & Taylor, N. (2017, November). Everybody games?: Network TV portrayals of video games, gaming, and gamers. Panel: Examining the State and Impact of Diversity in the Modern Media Landscape. Chair: Dr. Julius Riles, University of Missouri; Respondent: Dr. Angeline Sangalang, University of Dayton
 
Davis, Jude, Tyler Kendall, and Hal Meeks. 2002. The Message is the Message: Designing Information Technology for Inclusiveness and Accessibility, International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology, IEEE. Raleigh, NC.  June.
 
Black, B.L. and H.G. Meeks. 2000. Use of video microscopy with video computers to promote collaborative learning in developmental anatomy and histology. Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE),  22:407-411.
 
Black, B.L., M.N-Feaver, and H.G. Meeks. 2001. Using handheld, wireless computers to increase interactivity and collaborative learning in large classes. Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE),  23: 309-323.
 
e-Journal Articles
 
Black, B.L., M. N-Feaver, H. Heatwole and H. Meeks.  2002.  Production of Interactive, QuickTime Movies in the Life Sciences. Syllabus (proceedings syllabus 2002 Ninth annual Fall Conference): http://www.syllabus.com/fall2002/proceedings2.asp?proceeding_code=237
 
Black, B. L., M. N-Feaver, Meeks, H., Kirby, B. M. and Young, T.  2002.   Using wireless, handheld computers to increase interactivity and collaborative learning.  Syllabus (proceedings syllabus2002 Ninth annual Fall Conference): http://www.syllabus.com/fall2002/proceedings2.asp?proceeding_code=247
 
Book Chapters
 
Black, B.L., Heatwole, H and Meeks, H.  2006. Using multimedia in interactive learning objects to meet emerging academic challenges.   Learning Objects:  Theory, Praxis, Issues, and Trends, Chapter 6.  Koohang, A. and K. Harman, eds., Informing Science Press. (30 pages).
 
Meeks, H.  2006. Flyspace.   Learning Spaces, Chapter 26.  Oblinger, D., ed., Educause. (5 pages).

Workshops and Presentations

Meeks, H .2008. "The Age of Customization Meets Online Education." Conference on Distance Teaching And Education, Madiscon, WI. Paper and Presentation available at: http://halmeeks.net/customization/

Foley, A. Meeks, H. 2007. "MySpace is Not Your Space: Promise and Pitfalls of Online Education." Conference on Distance Teaching And Education, Madiscon, WI. Paper available at: http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/Resource_library/proceedings/07_5302.pdf

Meeks, H. 2005. “iPod For Education”, UNC-CAUSE,  Wilmington, NC. Web presentation available at: http://www.ncsu.edu/it/multimedia/podcasting.html

Meeks, H. 2004. “Flyspace: Student Focused, Low Cost Collaborative Workspaces”, UNC-CAUSE, Boone, NC. Site is at:http://www.ncsu.edu/flyspace
 
Meeks, H. 2004. “Access Ability: Mobile Computing and Universal Design Convergence”, International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology, IEEE. Atlanta, Georgia. A companion article that covers the same subject matter is available at: http://www.ncsu.edu/mobile/access_ability.htm
 
Mini-workshop (with B.L. Black): “Use of Video Microscopy with Networked Computers to Promote Collaborative Learning in Developmental Anatomy and Histology”.   Annual meeting of ABLE (Association for Biology Laboratory Education), Clemson University, 2000.
 
Major workshop (with B.L. Black and M.N-Feaver): “Using Handheld, Wireless Computers to Increase Interactivity and Collaborative Learning in Large Classes”. Annual meeting of ABLE (Association for Biology Laboratory Education), University of Chicago, 2001.
 
Poster presentation (with B.L. Black and M.N-Feaver):  “Production of Interactive, QuickTime Movies to Enhance Learning in the Life Sciences”.  Fall Syllabus conference, 2002.
 
Presentation (with B.L. Black, M.N-Feaver, B.M. Kirby and T. Young): “Using wireless, handheld computers to increase interactivity and collaborative learning in the classroom”.  Fall Syllabus conference, 2002.

Certifications

 Apple Certified in Final Cut X

 Hal Meeks's Resume is available at http://halmeeks.net/resume.pdf

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