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Planning & Producing Videos: A Two-Part Workshop on Writing Scripts & Making Videos @ Your Library - Part 1 of 2

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This presentation provides information which help you write a script and guide you through the production planning process to produce an instructional video. Presented at LOEX 2008 conference.

This presentation provides information which help you write a script and guide you through the production planning process to produce an instructional video. Presented at LOEX 2008 conference.

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  • Thank you very much. We’re very glad to be here and hope that this will be useful for you. This is the first part of a two-art workshop… This portion focuses on planning. We have provided handout packets at your tables and at the back of the room. Please be sure that you have one. We’ll be using these during the workshop. In addition, we will post this powerpoint presentation, handouts and additional information at the url listed on the packet. We’ll get started with a brief introduction and then get started on writing!

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  • 1. Planning and Producing Videos: A Two-Part Workshop on Writing Scripts & Making Videos @Your Library Part I Planning
  • 2. Use of Video in Library Instruction
    • Videos designed to meet a specific instructional need
  • 3. Impact on Library Instruction
    • Effective in explaining complicated concepts
    • Provides flexibility
  • 4. Planning is Important
    • Spend 70% -80% of your time planning
    • Get approvals during planning
  • 5. Needs Assessment
    • Phrase as a response to a need in a specific group
    “ Let’s make a video about Library Services” “ Incoming students need to know how to find a government publication”
  • 6. Audience Analysis
    • Gender, age, education
    • Level of experience with subject
    • Level of interest
  • 7. Objectives
    • What will the audience know, believe or be able to do after viewing?
  • 8. Content Outline
    • All material to be covered
    • Not necessarily in order
    • No stylistic concerns
    • Leave plenty of white space
  • 9. Treatment
    • A description of the creative concept
    • At least opening scene, sound, key images and tone.
    • Let the objective and audience drive the decision
  • 10. Script
    • Which comes first, narrative or visuals?
    • Two column format works well
  • 11. Storyboard
    • Need not be “professional” (stick figures OK)
    • Show:
      • Framing
      • Relative size of objects
      • Camera direction
  • 12. Planning Exercise (10 minutes)
    • Complete preliminary planning worksheet:
      • needs statement
      • audience analysis
      • objectives
      • treatment
  • 13. Scriptwriting Exercise (30 minutes)
    • Prepare a script and/or storyboard
      • Use the two-column script pages
      • Refer to Scriptwriting tips and Camera Shot handouts
  • 14. Before You Go…
    • Additional resources and contact information available at:
    • http://www.iusb.edu/~libg/loex/2008/index.shtml
    THANKS!