Scripts and Stories for Educational Media projects

Jan 31, 2019 Scripting and storyboarding is about creating roadmaps to guide each phase of the production process. It’s an essential part of video and audio creation, but it’s a practice that can also bring clarity and order to any other project you are working on. Done well, it provides a path that will ensure your project is created in the most effective and efficient manner possible. TLC...
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Transmedia Story Update: The End

Graphics Session: Movie Posters Movie posters were generated in the fourth session of EMP, but for the story, they work best if presented first, just as you would see them before a film. OER Session Script: Finding Images      Visual Practice Session Script: Chapter 1 The Comic Book app was used to create the first Chapter in the story.  These storyboards were the rough draft of the comic...
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Transmedia Story Update: The End

Graphics Session: Movie Posters Movie posters were generated in the fourth session of EMP, but for the story, they work best if presented first, just as you would see them before a film. OER Session Script: Finding Images      Visual Practice Session Script: Chapter 1 The Comic Book app was used to create the first Chapter in the story.  These storyboards were the rough draft of the comic...
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EdMedia 2018-04-17 Summary of the session

The workshop session started with an overview of podcasts and their importance for educational purpose. The participants were told the six important steps to follow while creating podcasts. They were provided scripts to complete for audio recording the story of the Old Man and Zlatan. They were explained how to download Audacity, and there were systems with Audacity installed provided to the...
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Smartphone Video Production

Ambient lighting!  Smartphone camera!  Action! Well, it does quite have the same ring to it as "Lights, Camera, Action", but it's a good description of the types of production that you will likely use with your smartphone.  Smartphones have democratized video production with easy and professional equipment that has simplified the filming process, much the way the wave of DSLR cameras have done...
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Transmedia Story Update: Audio Recording and Podcasting

In the Audio and Podcasting session of EMP, participants learned about the basics of recording audio, including setting up Yeti microphones, system preferences and the fundamentals of using Audacity. Partially written scripts were provided that follows our intrepid travellers from our transmedia story, now called 50 Minutes to Joy.    Here, we have Zlatan, baby Joy and the old man, now named...
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Transmedia Story Update: Audio Recording and Podcasting

In the Audio and Podcasting session of EMP, participants learned about the basics of recording audio, including setting up Yeti microphones, system preferences and the fundamentals of using Audacity. Partially written scripts were provided that follows our intrepid travellers from our transmedia story, now called 50 Minutes to Joy.    Here, we have Zlatan, baby Joy and the old man, now named...
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Summary for Thursday, April 5 Session

Look at that! A a couple of weeks have gone by and we are about to head into into session 5! Not too long ago, we jumped into Open Educational Resources, leading us of course to the final quandary of how copyright plays into memes. But, seriously, whether it be course materials, open texts, videos, or games, OER helps up to avoid reinventing the wheel. I've included some of my notes as we...
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Audio Recording and Podcasting

Welcome to the online companion to the Audio Recording and Podcasting session of the Spring 2018 EdMedia Program. Below is an outline of the work we will be doing in class. Here is a link to the Audio section of our blog, with examples of podcasts and procedures for using Audacity.: http://edmedia.tlc.sfu.ca/audio/ Why teach with audio? Recorded audio can be used in numerous academic contexts....
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Audio Recording and Podcasting

Welcome to the online companion to the Audio Recording and Podcasting session of the Spring 2018 EdMedia Program. Below is an outline of the work we will be doing in class. Here is a link to the Audio section of our blog, with examples of podcasts and procedures for using Audacity.: http://edmedia.tlc.sfu.ca/audio/ Why teach with audio? Recorded audio can be used in numerous academic contexts....
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