video interviews, content development, collaboration, integrative health techniques, mind-body techniques, holistic approach, mindfulness, well-being, counseling
Interest in integrative health care is a growing area of health practice, combining conventional medical treatments with safe and effective complementary and alternative medicine. These modalities relate to both improving physical and psychological well-being, and enhancing conventional talk therapy. In an interdisciplinary collaboration, teaching and library faculty have created a series of sixteen on-line video interviews that introduce practitioner-relevant experiences to students as supplemental course material. These videos are available through the department web-pages to students in other related disciplines as well, including Social Work, Counselor Education, Psychology, and the Colleges of Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine. The video series was undertaken as part of the educational mission of the library, bringing to the classroom new material that is essential to the professional development of future counselors.
Scholar Commons Citation
Dold, C. J. & DuDell, G. (2011, December). Making it Real: Faculty Collaboration to Create Video Content. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Applications (ICTA) in Orlando, FL.