About the Team

<null>The CAMPP (Collective to Advance Mutlimodal Participatory Publishing) team is investigating opportunities to establish a peer-to-peer support environment for faculty and students by creating a multimodal publishing collective that produces projects that meet academic standards and are open and accessible to the community at large.

CAMPP team photoTeam Members

Amanda McAndrew (ASSETT)
Sara Myers (ASSETT)
Rachael Deagman (ENGL)
Kristen Drybread (ANTH / PWR)
Jay Ellis (PWR)
Nicole Jobin (Sewell RAP)
Suzanne Magnanini (FRIT)
Beth Osnes (THDN)
Caroline Sinkinson (LIBR)

CAMPP team members, left to right: Sara Myers, Jay Ellis, Amanda McAndrew, Suzanne Magnanini, Beth Osnes, Nicole Jobin, Rachael Deagman, Caroline Sinkinson. Not pictured: Kristen Drybread.


Student Interns

Alexis Harris

Alexis Harris (ENGL) 

Elise Rosado

Elise Rosado (THDN/CTD)

Rob Baleswich

Rob Baleswich (ART/PSYCH)


Recent Work

Project Drawdown Group

CAMPP team member Beth Osnes (THDN) along with her colleague Nii Armah Sowah, and their students created the Community Performance Toolbox an Open Educational Resource (OER). The toolbox is “a repository of performance-based activities, exercises, and games… offered freely to anyone anywhere using performance-based methods for community engagement. It has material for both ‘in person’ and ‘video conference’ classes or gatherings”.


Project Drawdown Group

CU students express their gratitude to Uni Hill for having them as guests in their classroom in February 2020.

CAMPP team member Beth Osnes reworked an assignment when her Creative Climate Communication course was moved online. Her students are engaged in translating Project Drawdown solutions for reversing global warming for 5th grade students to be able to use. By partnering with Project Drawdown and the Climate Literacy Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN), Beth hopes to create an Open Educational Resource with the students in the class. This assignment helps reach learning goals of effectively considering the needs and preferences of an audience when creating a communication. Luckily, before the Covid-19 pandemic, students had already visited the 5th grade class of University Hill Elementary to work with them on the Drawdown solutions to climate change. CU students will be able to draw upon that experience to guide them in their work translating the language and the images to be engaging for 5th grade learners.