Philadelphia University Interactive Learning Lab
The Interactive Learning Lab at Thomas Jefferson University (previously Philadelphia University) began in May 2013 as a collaborative project called Sustainability in Motion, which aimed to create animated video lecture content relating to topics of environmental sustainability. The project has grown rapidly, expanding into an on-campus studio that produces video content for faculty on a variety of topics.

In 2013, I was one of two Animation students chosen to participate in the creation of these videos. During the Fall 2014 semester, I worked with a group of four other students to develop the structure by which the on-campus studio would operate. For the 2015-16 school year, I was the Senior Animator. I was responsible for communicating with our clients, as well as assisting and overseeing the work produced by our three sophomore Animation students.
Video listed in chronological order:
Introduction to Sustainability
This is the first video I produced for this project. All visual assets were drawn and animated/edited by me. The intro and credit sequences were a collaboration between myself and Michael Hudson.
Interactions in Systems: Simple Vs. Dynamic Systems
All visual assets were drawn and animated/edited by me.
Introduction to Systems: Stock and Flow Diagrams
05:03 - 07:01
07:58 - 08:40
The bathtub and building sequences were drawn and animated by me, then inserted into the overall video by Professor Jeff Klemens.
Introduction to the Hallmarks Cirriculum at Philadelphia University
All visual assets were drawn and animated/edited by me.
 
Rainy Day Waste Water Blues
All editing, some camerawork, and motion graphics segments (00:17 - 00:29 and 01:17 -  01:32) done by me.
Using Furniture and Space in the Nexus Learning Hubs at Philadelphia University
All editing and some camerawork done by me. Stop motion animation segments were a collaboration between myself, Maddie Conway, and John Ortiz.
Food Webs
All drawn assets and animation/editing were done by me.
Visual assets were created by myself and fellow animators Maddie Conway and John Ortiz. Presented and animated/edited by me.
Why Is Cellular Respiration Important?​​​​​​​
Visual assets were created by myself and fellow animators Maddie Conway, Natasha Hanold, and John Ortiz. Edited by me.
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Sustainability in Motion is a series of videos created as a collaboration between students and professors at Philadelphia University.
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