Media production and criticism, Journalism, Distance Education, Instructional Design
Professor David J. Miller is the Coordinator of the Media Production & Criticism in the Department of Communication at George Mason University. David is an experienced academician of 20 years teaching coursework in media production, criticism and journalism at the university level. His academic area of interest is in curriculum development and experiential learning through online education.
More recently, he has developed coursework in Media Criticism for Distance Education at George Mason University and was awarded the 2015 Sloan-C Effective Practice Award at the Eighth Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium. The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is the leading professional organization devoted to advancing quality online learning by providing professional development, instruction, best practice publications and guidance to educators, online learning professionals and organizations around the world.
His professional experience covers working in terrestrial non-commercial radio and the broadcast television industry. His freelance credits include the Military and History Channel, Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority (MWAA), Voskresnoye Vremya (Sunday Time), Channel One Russia and The Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing and Intelligence (C4I Center at GMU). Other professional experiences include film support for exhibitions the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and film editor at Paramount Television Network.
Although lifelong resident of Washington Metropolitan area, international travel is his passion whether it be for work or pleasure.
COMM 353: Broadcast Journalism
COMM 355: Principles and Practices I
COMM 358: Producing and Directing
COMM 361: Online Journalism
COMM 364: Videography
COMM 380: Media Criticism COMM
452: Practicum in Media Production
COMM 453: Multimedia Journalism
Thinking Outside of the Box to Assess Learning (invited presentation)
Faculty Development Lunch & Learns
Research Hall, 163
Wednesday, September 23, 2015