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

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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 is framework*
    • Magic lantern
    • Film strip
    • TV
    • VHS
    • Desktop video
    • Multimedia
    • Web media
    • Streaming
    Image Interactivity Integration *Young and Asenio (2002)
  • 6. 3 is - value
    • Image Interactivity Integration
  • 7. 3is 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 Reeds 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

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