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Transforming abstract/theoretical concepts into video format, in
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Introducing
Understand issues related to video production for learning and
Understand issues related to video production for learning and
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Heres one we made earlier
Heres one we made earlier
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Case study 1
How should this be delivered
How should this be delivered
Project summary An animated video about the Sodium Pump within the
Project summary An animated video about the Sodium Pump within the
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Case study 1
Case study 1
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Issues raised by these examples and your own experiences
Issues raised by these examples and your own experiences
Lights, camera, action
Lights, camera, action
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Transforming abstracttheoretical concepts into video format, in order to enhance learning and teaching

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1 Transforming abstract/theoretical concepts into video format, in

Transforming abstract/theoretical concepts into video format, in

order to enhance learning and teaching SEDA Conference, Aston University 18 November 2011

Marika Jones And Nick Birch

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Introducing

Marika Jones Has worked in video production at Aston University for 6 years

Nick Birch Aston Universitys Video Producer for 7 years

Started her career in Broadcast Television as a camera operator Shot and directed an observational documentary nominated for an RTS Award in 2005 Credits include film, drama, documentary and popular factual entertainment programmes.

Has worked as a Researcher, Assistant Producer and Director for numerous TV Production Companies Also worked as Producer / Director for corporate video production companies (clients include Cisco, Intel, CBSO, Codemasters, Birmingham City Council and the UK Film Council) RTS Nominated in 2006 for Aston Universitys Admissions video.

3 Understand issues related to video production for learning and

Understand issues related to video production for learning and

teaching Understand cultural factors related to the production of video Understand the issues related to the communication of theoretical concepts for interpretation into visual format There will be a creative challenge

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Do you actually need a video?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video? How can a video be used?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video? How can a video be used? Who will watch it?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video? How can a video be used? Who will watch it? How will they watch it?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video? How can a video be used? Who will watch it? How will they watch it? Does there need to be good communication?

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Do you actually need a video? What is the video for? What is the message? How do you make a video? How can a video be used? Who will watch it? How will they watch it? Does there need to be good communication? Is any of this remotely realistic or achievable?

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Heres one we made earlier

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Case study 1

The Kidney Animation Aim: to address a specific learning need (identified by tutor). Students had reached a learning threshold with their understanding about kidney function Project summary: An animated video about the Sodium Pump, using 2D graphics and a narrated voiceover, to be delivered via Blackboard

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How should this be delivered

Why? How will it be used? To what audience? The planning

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16 Project summary An animated video about the Sodium Pump within the

Project summary An animated video about the Sodium Pump within the

Kidney, using 2D graphics and a narrated voiceover, to be delivered via Blackboard.

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Case study 1

The Kidney Animation 5 drafts of the script, including rewrites to allow sufficient onscreen timing The Professor provided narration voiceover.

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The Kidney and the Counter Current Multiplier

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Issues raised by these examples and your own experiences

Its a chat show...

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The Creative Challenge To make a video about one of the issues we have raised As literal or as oblique as you like. Criteria - to be filmed on Flip cameras and edited on the FlipShare software - to run no longer than 60 seconds - in any style you like!

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m.jones@aston.ac.uk

n.w.birch@aston.ac.uk

media@aston.ac.uk

Marika Jones CLIPP Manager, Aston University

Nick Birch Producer, Media & Learning Technologies, Aston University

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