This is a basic skills class aimed at teaching the fundamentals of video production to students in the field of education who have had little or no experience working with video. Its coincident goal is to impart knowledge of the preproduction steps necessary in the instructional video design process. There will be three exercises and one final project. Plan on spending about six to ten hours a week outside of class.
Students will be able to:
- Set-up and Operate equipment used in video production and post production, including: camcorders, microphones, lights, control track editors, and the use of iMovie3 for digital, non-linear editing.
- Manipulate equipment to create coherent sequences that “tell a story,” while meeting the fundamental aesthetic criteria covered.
- Perform the preproduction steps necessary to design an instructional video program.
ITEC 770 may be repeated once for credit, in place of ITEC 870 Instructional Video II, with the permission of the instructor.