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Teaching Digital Video Production

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An easy-to-use guide to setting up digital video producton courses in schools and colleges.

Teaching Digital Media in an Open Source World

Author : Mark Page-Botelho
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This book gives an insight into how to create a digital media course where students learn to create images, presentations, and videos. This book focuses on using open source programs and lots of collaboration between students to figure out how to use unfamiliar programs.

Instructional Effectiveness of Video Media

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Visual forms of instruction are increasingly used as a result of the broader availability of technologies such as broadcasts, teleconferencing, videotapes, videodiscs, and emerging multimedia combinations of computer and digital audio-video technologies. A considerable amount of research stretches back to early work with film, television, and static visual materials that can be of benefit in developing these new forms of instruction. It is important for new work to profit from this accumulated research on the effectiveness and practical benefits of instruction with video and film. Accordingly, a review of this literature will benefit researchers and developers of instruction that use existing and new video technologies. The widespread and growing use of video and video-based media in instruction is based on a perception of television and similar dynamic visual media as having unique and positive attributes. This comprehensive review of the research literature regarding the use and effectiveness of video-based media attempts to summarize the current state of knowledge in this important area. Focusing on empirical findings, the authors have attempted to pull together several threads of research into a single work including works in educational and cognitive psychology, and communication and media research. As such, this book examines the research literature regarding the use of dynamic video media in instruction, including: * general reviews of the effectiveness, acceptance, and costs of several forms of educational television; * teaching techniques used effectively with video media; * the combining of visual and verbal information; * the effects of motion, animation, and interactivity; * the relationship between media perceptions and learning; * the effect of various video production techniques on learning; and * critical perspectives on learning from media. iveness of video-based media attempts to summarize the current state of knowledge in this important area. Focusing on empirical findings, the authors have attempted to pull together several threads of research into a single work including works in educational and cognitive psychology, and communication and media research. As such, this book examines the research literature regarding the use of dynamic video media in instruction, including: * general reviews of the effectiveness, acceptance, and costs of several forms of educational television; * teaching techniques used effectively with video media; * the combining of visual and verbal information; * the effects of motion, animation, and interactivity; * the relationship between media perceptions and learning; * the effect of various video production techniques on learning; and * critical perspectives on learning from media. rning from media.

Digital Video for Teacher Education

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Digital video use is becoming prevalent in teacher education as a tool to help improve teaching and learning and for assessing effective teaching. Timely and comprehensive, this volume brings together top scholars from multiple disciplines to provide sound theoretical frameworks, research-based support, and clear practical advice on a variety of unique approaches to using digital video in teacher education programs. Part I deals with the use of video for teacher learning. Part II focuses on the role played by those other than teachers in the effective use of digital video in teacher education programs. Part III addresses how to administer video for teacher education. Exploring the complexities of effectively and appropriately integrating digital video into teacher development at various stages, this book is a must-have resource for scholars and professionals in the field.

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Producing Video For Teaching and Learning

Author : Michael O'Donoghue
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Producing Video for Teaching and Learning: Planning and Collaboration provides lecturers, researchers, professors, and technical staff in educational settings with a framework for producing video resources for teaching and learning purposes. This highly useful guide brings together the literature from the field into a constructive, developmental framework, prompting users to reflect on their own ideas at each stage of the production process. O’Donoghue makes clear distinctions between related aspects of video production, and offers working definitions where appropriate in order to address the academic and tertiary support technical audience. Interviews with established professionals in the field illustrate the possibilities—and limitations—of video for teaching and learning. Producing Video for Teaching and Learning gives readers the power to enhance the learning capacity of their own video materials.

Teaching TV Production in a Digital World

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This wonderful resource combines classroom instruction in TV technology with a year-long curriculum to teach high school students media and visual literacy, broadcast history, video produciton skills, and multimedia annimation.

Video in the Age of Digital Learning

Author : Jonas Köster
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Although video is now ubiquitous in education, its full potential is oftentimes not fully understood, nor is it used to utmost potential. This timely volume seeks to address this gap by providing educators and instructional designers with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of video production processes and methods for designing effective instructional videos. From its discussion of the significance of digital learning and impact of instructional video to its unique focus on the best design and production techniques that make video an effective teaching tool, this book offers applicable and tested strategies for creating quality instructional video. The accompanying website, which allows readers to see sample videos and access additional online resources, underscores the book’s practitioner focus. Among the topics covered: · Instructional videos for teaching and learning · Design and interactivity of instructional videos · Production, distribution, and integration of instructional videos · The future of instructional video Video in the Age of Digital Learning is an important, practical contribution to the scholarship exploring methods for sharing and acquiring knowledge in the digital age. It promises to be a valuable resource for educators, instructional designers, instructional media producers, and educational technology professionals.

Digital Filmmaking for Beginners A Practical Guide to Video Production

Author : Michael Hughes
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Discover how to create professional-quality digital videos--faster than you can say "lights, camera, action" Digital video cameras are everywhere--even on our phones! But cameras don't make great movies; filmmakers do. Written by a seasoned pro with 40 years of teaching experience, Digital Filmmaking for Beginners is your fully illustrated introduction to all technical aspects of digital filmmaking. Featuring clear, concise instruction--accompanied by online video demonstrations--this comprehensive guide covers the best methods and techniques to plan and script projects; set up lighting, microphones, and cameras; and shoot, edit, and apply postproduction effects and other finishing touches. Whether you're an amateur film buff or an aspiring professional videographer, this is the source for everything you need to bring your ideas from the page to the screen. Coverage includes: Best practices to ensure smooth operations in all project phases, from planning to post production Recommendations on selecting and purchasing cameras, filming gear, and the best editing and effects software to fit your budget and needs Advice on planning, shooting, editing, and other technical elements Fully illustrated tutorials on composition, framing, and other visual storytelling techniques Exclusive bonus online content, including finished video demonstrations of key filmmaking techniques and informative articles

Creating Video for Teachers and Trainers

Author : Tim Spannaus
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Creating Video for Teachers and Trainers This practical resource will help teachers and trainers produceprofessional quality training videos, even while using less thanprofessional quality equipment and software. Author TimothySpannaus shows how to use professional techniques withconsumer-grade equipment to produce videos that work and tell theintended story, minimizing defects that get in the way of improvinglearning and performance. The end result is a video that can beused in classroom or labs, distributed on the web, packaged for usein learning management systems, or shared on social mediasites. Praise for Creating Video for Teachers and Trainers "This is a practical, immediately usable resource, filled withconcrete and creative ideas and tips. For those of us wanting toknow how to plant our feet and not stumble when venturing intodesigning and making great videos, it's a godsend." —LenScrogan, digital learning architect, Future-Talk Blog "The perfect roadmap for instructional professionals new tovideo production. Includes evidence-based guidelines on the when,why, and how of video for training purposes."—Ruth Clark,president, Clark Training and Consulting "In my 20-plus years working in the television, training, andcorporate communication industry, Tim's book is the first toprovide a practical and budget-conscious approach to videoproduction for the learning professional. Comprehensive in itsscope, the book's realistic examples, combined with a systematicroadmap, arms you with the tools to kickstart your videos with aquality and efficiency that we all dream about in the learningprofession."—David Shulkin, Video Operations and InstructionalTechnology Catalyst, Bloomfield Hills Schools Digital MediaServices

Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

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Teaching Auteur Study

Author : David Wharton
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Auteur study is a key element of Film Studies, and has become increasingly important in Media Studies, thanks to the popularity of cult auteurs such as Tarantino and Fincher. However, this theoretical aspect of film can seem obscure and difficult to communicate. Teaching Auteur Study provides a coherent and clear approach to the topic. Using examples throughout, the guide outlines the main elements of Auteur theory, provides an overview of how it developed, summarising some of its main proponents, and considers the influence it has had in the way we think about film. It summarises the criteria for defining a filmmaker as an auteur and explores issues of creative control. The guide also looks at the idea of film authorship from the point of view of the audience, and how it influences audience expectations and marketing campaigns.

Teaching World Cinema

Author : Kate Gamm
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This teaching guide provides a detailed and comprehensive approach to teaching world cinema.

Teaching Music Video

Author : Peter Fraser
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Music video is a popular form worldwide. It is a teachable and accessible topic because the videos are familiar to students, easy to get hold of and short.

Teaching Analysis of Film Language

Author : David Wharton
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Combining the creative perspectives of filmmakers with more analytic academic methods, this study invites film students to take an active approach in learning to understand how audiovisual language is used to create meaning in films. While the main focus is on the concept of film language, case study readings of The Warrior (2002) and Traffic (2001) place these films in their institutional contexts to demonstrate the multifaceted nature of how meaning is created. This study gives particular emphasis to understanding cinemaphotography, editing, music, and setting. Students are encouraged to reflect on their own responses and develop reading skills through a range of online classroom activities that demonstrate how audience interaction works to create meaning in film. Technical terms and techniques are explained in an extensive glossary and in special explanatory sections illustrated by a range of films.

Video Production for School Library Media Specialists

Author : Terry McConnell
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Shows school librarians how to teach students video production and how to use video production as a tool to achieve school library media center goals, covering such topics as visual literacy, scriptwriting, and equipment.

AEJMC News

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Media Asia

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Education World

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Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning

Author : Timothy J. Newby
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The third edition ofEducational Technology for Teaching and Learningintroduces teachers to the approaches, methods, and procedures for integrating not only computers but also other media into the curriculum. This concise book provides the basics for becoming a knowledgeable educator in the 21st century: understanding the foundations of learning and technology; planning technology/media-supported learning experiences, integrating technology and media meaningfully into the curriculum, and ensuring the success of technology/media-supported lessons.