Founded in 1991 as the Television & Video Teachers Consortium, the Digital Media Arts Consortium now has members in more than five states. Its goal is to provide a forum where those who teach television and video at the secondary level can network and exchange ideas and resources. Organization members also share technical resources, information and expertise.
The Digital Media Arts Consortium offers membership to school districts within driving distance of Robert Morris University. Costing just $25 per district annually, membership offers:
> invitation to the teachers’ fall conference, a day-long sharing session to swap lesson plan ideas for video/media, photography, journalism, design, and other digital media arts classrooms.
> a network of professional teachers and advisors with rich media instruction experience to share.
> an annual spring conference for teachers and students that offers awards and recognition for outstanding media work, as well as resources to broaden understanding of professional media making.
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Teachers of digital media topics, including:
and other digital media arts.
Membership is offered to professionals working within school districts and teaching at the secondary level.