Creating a Video Piece Using iMOVIE (Mac based software)
Wednesday, September 28 3:00-3:45
From 1-minute thought-provoking pieces to longer productions, iMovie can help turn any faculty member or teaching GA into a blossoming film producer, director and editor. This short workshop will introduce you to this digital video editing tool and it's basic functions needed to create an effective piece that can be used right away in your course.
FILM & SLIDE SCANNING
Thursday, September 29 10:30-11:15
Images in the classroom can be a powerful addition to aid learning. Tools are currently available to convert film or multiple slides into digital images through scanning. This allows for easy backup, presentation, and archive/storage. Once converted to digital images, they can be burned onto a CD or DVD, posted on the internet, or inserted into PowerPoint/Keynote presentations or iPhoto/Picassa slide shows.
The cost, quality, and ease of digital photography now make it a valid alternative to traditional film cameras. Images can then be quickly added to classroom websites, blogs, handouts, presentations to enhance the communication medium.
Friday, September 30 9:30-10:00
Wednesday, October 5 3:00-3:30
This short but focused workshop will help you become familiar with all the standard features of a typical consumer digital camera that you may currently own or are about to purchase. Topics will include: suggested auto settings, uploading images, and camera selection suggestions.
Monday, October 3 9:30-10:00
Wednesday, October 12 3:00-3:30
In this workshop, participants will delve into important manual settings for specific effects, white balancing, image management and more.
DIGITAL PHOTO MANIPULATION
Friday, September 30 2:00-2:45
Using Photoshop to enhance the image, participants will manipulate images using: image file types, color correction, levels, cropping and rotating techniques.