adam wagler

Teaching

Awards

UNL Teaching Council Award – Fall 2016
Received a certificate of recognition for contributions to students from the UNL Teaching Council and the Parents Association. The award is given to teachers who have positively impacted student’s academic experience at UNL. This was awarded for outstanding teaching for ADPR 458/858: Interactive Media Design.

R. Neale Copple Friend of Journalism – 2012
Awarded by the Nebraska High School Press Association for working with the board to develop an online submission process for their annual student competition. The system moved a traditional paper process to an online acceptance of submissions from high school journalism programs from around the state of Nebraska.

Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) – Class of 2011
Attended a week long workshop at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in July, 2011 and was one of the 76 newly selected members for the ADE Class of 2011 in the USA. The ADE began in 1994, when Apple recognized education pioneers who are using a variety of Apple products to transform teaching and learning in powerful ways. Today, it has grown into a worldwide community of over 1,700 visionary educators and innovative leaders who are doing amazing things with technology in and out of the classroom.

UNL Teaching Council Award – Spring 2011
Received a certificate of recognition for contributions to students from the UNL Teaching Council and the Parents Association. The award is given to teachers who have positively impacted student’s academic experience at UNL. This was awarded for outstanding teaching for ADPR 458/858: Interactive Media Design.

Courses Taught

Fall 2016
– Advertising and Public Relations Campaigns (ADPR 489): 3 credits, 22 students
– Interactive Media Design (ADPR 458/858): 3 credits, 18 students
– Visual Communications: Design Thinking (JOMC 130): 1 credits, 270 students
– Visual Communications: Core Modules (JOMC 131): 1 credits, 20 students

Spring 2016
– Advertising and Public Relations Campaigns (ADPR 489): 3 credits, 21 students
– Interactive Media Design (ADPR 458/858): 3 credits, 18 students
– Virtual Reality Independent Study (ADPR 498): 3 credits, 1 student

Fall 2015
– Interactive Media Design (ADPR 458/858): 3 credits, 19 students
– Design & Layout (ADPR 333): 3 credits, 20 students
– Interactive Media Independent Study (ADPR 498): 3 credits, 1 student

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Evaluations


Scale: Poor (1), Fair (2), Good (3), Excellent (4)


Scale: Very Little (1), Some (2), Quite a Bit (3), Very Much (4)

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* All scores are the mean of the evaluation question.

* Scores were averaged from semesters with two sections of the same course.

Course Development

  • Fall 2015-present: Visual Content Curriculum Development
  • Fall 2014-present: New Curriculum Development of Digital Communications major
  • Fall 2013-present: CoJMC Maker Hours
  • Summer 2015: 2015 State Games of America Coverage (ADPR 491)
  • Summer 2015: UNL Media Academy (High School Media Camp)
  • Spring 2011: New course development of Mobile Communications & Social Media (ADPR 491/891)
  • Spring 2011: New course development of Mobile Communications in Sochi, Russia (ADPR 491/891)
  • Spring 2011: New course development of Intro to Computer Programming (CSCE 196)
  • Spring 2011: New course development of Multimedia Visual Literacy (JOUR 165)
  • Fall 2010: Re-development of Design & Layout (ADPR 333)
  • Fall 2008: New course development of Advanced New Media Design (ADPR 498/898)
  • Summer 2007: New course development of New Media Design (ADPR 458/858)