This practice based workshop was the first of four that is focused on helping you improve your teaching practice with hands on support.
We aimed to help attendees develop skills in the following three areas:
Pre-production: idea generation, storyboarding, resources and time planning
Production: camera work and techniques (indoor and location shooting)
Many thanks to Hugh Kelly of Swingbridge Media for stepping in at the last minute and expertly facilitating this session with really good feedback!
See also: JISC Digital Media InfoKit on production
Post-production: editing techniques, software and titles.
We are very lucky to have an excellent video production team at the University. see Digital Media Team: who we are and what we do (pdf file) and their web pages for more information.
Feedback from the session:
I feel a bit more confident using video. Plus, it will allow me to make more informed decisions about how to use video in teaching. I would NEVER have been brave enough to even open the video editing software- wouldn’t have know where to look. I now plan on giving both the shooting and editing of video a try.
…the fact that the Uni is supporting an initiative like this is phenomenal. This is one of the few times I have felt that what I need as an academic is being listened to and addressed. Great session and I look forward to more of them.