TECHNE: Essential Video Production Skills for Research Students (Beginners Level)
5th Mar 2018 - 6th Mar 2018
Essential Video Production Skills for Research Students (Beginners Level)
TECHNE is pleased to announce a 2-day introductory course, delivered by Learning on Screen specialist staff, which will enable doctoral students to develop video production skills for research purposes (outputs and presentation).
Learning on Screen offices
77 Wells Street, London W1T 3QJ (by Oxford Circus tube).
5th March – 6th March 2018
In recent years audiovisual research assets have moved from being viewed as ‘non-standard outputs’ due to the advent of high quality and low cost equipment, and the increase in audiovisual literacy. The audiovisual now plays a much more central role in academic research and direct outputs.
This 2-day introductory course, delivered by specialist staff, will enable doctoral students to develop video productions skills for research purposes (outputs and presentation) and will enhance general employability. By the end of the course attendees will have developed an understanding of the equipment and techniques required in video production and will have utilized this knowledge to have produced, edited and uploaded a film. Day 1 will focus on providing attendees with an overview of the elements necessary to complete a small, low-cost production and Day 2 will give attendees the opportunity to put this into practice. By the end of the course attendees will have developed an understanding of the equipment and techniques required in video production.
Please find attached the course programme.
As this is an expensive course, you must be able to commit to the dates and inform us immediately if you are unable to attend with a valid reason so your place can be allocated to another.