Making videos

  1. Kristin Jenkins

    Many of us may have faculty colleagues who now find themselves unexpectedly making videos for asynchronous online content delivery to students. I assume that most of you agree with me that we don’t want professors who are already under a lot of stress to feel extra stress regarding the aesthetics and so forth of their videos. On the other hand, production values carry semantic value as well, especially for our media-saturated students. Therefore, some of our colleagues may appreciate this series of tutorials by one of our media production professors, Jacob Michael.

    Engaging Students Through Video

    1. Introduction:

    2. Shot Composition:

    3. Lighting:

    4. Audio:

    5. Finishing:


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    Christopher Heard
    Professor, Religion & Philosophy Division
    Director, Center for Teaching Excellence
    Seaver College

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    1. Nadia Aubin-Horth

      very interesting and well done series. Thank you for the info.

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