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Creating video resources for Learning and Teaching

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Simon Davis from University of Leeds SDDU presention on creating video resources for Learning and Teaching

Simon Davis from University of Leeds SDDU presention on creating video resources for Learning and Teaching


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    • 1. Creating Video Resources for Learning & Teaching
    • 2. What we will cover
      • Weds
        • Theory
        • Planning
        • Storyboarding
        • Lunch
        • Filming
      • Thurs
        • Voice overs
        • Editing
        • Production
        • Lunch
        • Review
        • Accessibility / Copyright
        • Q&A
    • 3. Course Overview
      • Why video
      • Decisions (DIY / Professionals)
      • Planning
      • Visual Storytelling
      • Scripting / Storyboarding
      • Shooting
      • (Editing)
      • (Outputting)
    • 4. Types of video (handout)
      • Talking head
      • Events
      • Instructional
      • Simulation (screen capture)
      • Think aloud
      • Fly on the wall
      • Real life
      • Drama / staged
      Type of video used? Why has the teacher used video?
    • 5. Video – 3 i’s framework*
      • Magic lantern
      • Film strip
      • TV
      • VHS
      • Desktop video
      • Multimedia
      • Web media
      • Streaming
      Image Interactivity Integration *Young and Asenio (2002)
    • 6. 3 i’s - value
      • Image Interactivity Integration
    • 7. 3i’s in practice
      • Making group-work work -
      • Carol Elston – skills centre
    • 8. Decisions
      • Professionals
        • Access to professional equipment and support
        • Stronger emphasis on aesthetic
        • Create resources that will achieve aims
      • DIY
        • Quick
        • Cheap
        • Achievable
      Quality V Resource
    • 9. Examples from Leeds
      • Mark Reed’s Vodcasts
      • Rick Jones – Pathology (Health Informatics)
        • Student created videos / DVDs
        • Allows thinking about content and creation of first draft
      • School of health ERA streaming video library
      • Media Services
      • http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/online_resources/video/case_studies.html
    • 10. Stage 1: Planning and Pre-Production
    • 11. Planning / decisions
    • 12. Prior considerations
      • Permissions
        • Location
        • Consent – get before hand
      • Access
        • Can you film what you want to show
        • Is it realistic?
      • Third party content
        • Copyright clearance
      • Platform for delivery
        • DVD / Mobile / Streaming
    • 13. Topic Objectives Audience Appeal Type Project Task 1: Develop a Proposal
    • 14. Stage 2: Scripts and storyboards What do you want to say? What do you want to show?
    • 15. Video Voice 1: Scripts
      • Give structure
      • Link clips together
        • Provide narrative
        • Explain interviews
      • Spoken parts / Voice over / Titles / Soundtrack
      • Should outline dialogue, basic direction, location etc.
      • Not appropriate for all types of video
      • Sometimes can be written after filming
        • Fly on the wall
        • Interviews
      • Accessibility
    • 16. Video Voice 2: Titles
      • Can be used to summarise visual information on screen
      • Provide supporting facts for interviews
      • Orientate the viewer
    • 17. Video Voice 3: Interviews / Fly on the wall
      • Set up correctly; sound, position and light
        • Hard to repeat situation
      • Make the subject comfortable
      • Brief the expert
        • Explain your aims
        • Ask them to repeat your questions back
      • Spontaneous or staged?
      • Interviews: prepare your questions, make them open & meet your learning objectives
      • Fly on the wall – what are you wanting to show?
      • Prepare to edit, listen for sound bites
    • 18. Storyboard
      • Plan the shots to use
        • Streamline filming and editing
        • Ensure you film only what you need
        • Can this be achieved?
        • Moving / still images
      • Add visual elements to a script
      • Supporting shots for interview
      • Combine elements;
        • Video description / composition
        • Length of shot
        • Titles / subtitles
        • Narration / other audio
        • Location, notes etc.
    • 19. Visual Storytelling
      • Interviews
      • Cutaways / Cut Ins
        • Try to illustrate what is being said
        • Use to cover edits in interviews
    • 20. Camera Angles
    • 21.  
    • 22. Filming video - essentials
      • Cameras , storage , battery
      • Tripod
      • Sound
      • Lighting
    • 23. Tips
      • Only shoot what you need
      • Static shots are best
        • Avoid the zoom
      • At least five seconds for each shot
      • Leave room either end of shot to edit
      • Only shoot what you need
    • 24. Exercise
      • Design the storyboard
      • mms://iss-video.leeds.ac.uk/SDDU/perfectbrew.wmv
    • 25. 3 rd party content
      • Edina – Film and sound online
      • BUFVC –
        • Moving images gateway
        • Newsfilm online
      • Archive.org
    • 26. Where now?
      • http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/online_resources/video/index.php
      • [email_address]
    • 27. Project Task 2: Develop a Script / Storyboard What do you want to show? What do you want to say?
    • 28. Video for streaming (HO)
      • Keep short, if necessary chop larger sections into bite size pieces
      • Avoid zooming / lots of on screen movement
      • Remember compression will affect quality and size
      • How can video be integrated with other resources
      • Back to Planning
    • 29. Interviews
    • 30. Interviews Back to Visual Storytelling
    • 31. Visual Storyboards
    • 32. Factual storyboards