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The Chase Scene

Posted on Aug 18, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 30, 2015

This project really gets the creative juices and elements of composition flowing.  This project develops writing skills, storyboard and shot sheet organization, music composition choices and sound along with camera movements, angles and all rules that apply.
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Halloween Scavenger Hunt Project

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 30, 2015

This project is used in my video production class but can also be implemented into Graphic Design as a collage idea, Photography, Internet Search, Power Point or Publisher design project .  Students take the list and must complete the shot of each and then design a finished production to submit on Halloween Night.
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Final Short Film

Posted on Aug 15, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 15, 2015

This is a culmination of every aspect students learned over the entire course of the year.  It includes lighting, producing/directing, editing, filming, filter effects, shot composition, location scouting and photography for story boards, special effects, animated titles, scriptwriting, story-boards, video research and final rendering.  This project still bugs me because they didn't complete what I think could be a really good short film.  However what they completed in my mind is really good for high school students.  Especially finding a burned down house to match the online video they found to assist what their actor did. 
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My Class Website with Projects, Lessons and Links

Posted on Aug 15, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 30, 2015

My website is where my students receive all their assignments, the rubrics and lesson instructions for projects that we are working on.  I also try to add visual examples of former student work, assistance links and helpful online tutorials they can use from home if need be.
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Video Production Rubric

Posted on Aug 14, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 23, 2015

This is a detailed rubric that I use for several areas of production that give students exactly what they are being assessed on and allows them to understand the areas they are expected to practice and become fluid in over the year.
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Sound Design Project

Posted on Aug 13, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 22, 2015

One of the students most detailed projects that I use as a final project is the sound design project.  It gives a final assessment on all the areas that are taught throughout the year.  I find animated short films online and remove the sound.  Students have the choice to choose which video they want to do and then they must repeatedly watch the video and write down a list of sounds, sound effects and music they feel will enhance the video.  The choice of the mood, timing and sounds/effects music are all up to them.  Then they must download and organize their sounds to use.  Students will include critical thinking, problem solving skills, creativity, timing as well as visual effect, relativity to the theme, mood and meeting criteria and deadlines.  After they are completed, I allow them to view the original to see how they stack up against animated film students around the world.  Some without being biased are better than the originals.  The rule is they are not all... Read More
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Cartoon Illustration/Animation

Posted on Aug 13, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Aug 15, 2015

I had my students write short stories and then record the voices for each character.  Then the students drew, illustrated and exported their characters for animation in After Effects and Adobe Premiere.  Voice overs were recorded and edited using Audition and then inserted into the animation process.  Songs and sound effects were taken off royalty free web sites. Here is a finished animation of characters, backgrounds and facial features and mouth movements completed by one of my sophomores.
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Student Showcase plan

Posted on Jul 29, 2015 by Amy Roberts Last Activity on Aug 8, 2015

I wanted to share a basic look at our Student Showcase that we hold each year.  We call it the Media MashUP and it is pretty simple to put together.  I have my graphic arts students create posters and programs to promote the event.  I use Google Docs to keep create an entry form. Students submit their work as a link on Youtube - so I don't have to deal with any files until I am getting ready for the award show night.  I have my Animation students create show opens and animation interstitials for the award show (ie: AND THE WINNER IS!) We rent a red carpet, have T-shirts made(graphic design students work) and have our photography students do red carpet photos.  I hold the event in our auditorium in Spring on the last Friday night of classes. I have 2 senior student act as hosts.  It's a great way to end the year.  Here is the link for my entry form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17DErl-BVUVkP0zyKS94kB2LF3wi66pDnZppk5SDBVsQ/viewform Our Facebook page with photos fro... Read More
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Soundscape Task

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Aug 15, 2015

This is a short task to introduce students to the importance of sound in film and how they can harness it in Adobe Audition.  Sound can make or break a film. Bad sound is ten times more distracting than bad visuals and is something that audiences won’t forgive. The best way to get good sound is to record well on set and follow the right procedures. Sometimes issues are unavoidable and students get bad sound and it’s very important that they know how to fix (or cover up) sound issues. Provided (for free) with Adobe software is a collection of copyright free sound and music. This collection is enormous – over 11 thousand individual files. Using these sounds students are to create a 20 second soundscape that establishes a realistic location. These sounds can be found here.  I had my IT department place these files on one of our College drives (so that the students could access them without needing to download them themselves - there's more than 20gb of files here). I... Read More
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New Adobe CC 2015 - Recording in Spanish

Posted on Jun 26, 2015 by Wilder Bolanos Gomez Last Activity on Jul 2, 2015

Here we bring our event recording online, the latest news from Adobe Connect 2015 from tutorials, where I contributed with Rafael Tuduri, and Camilo Guitierrez Not just talking about the usual updates that are on everyone's lips, design, video and web. We went a little farther and exclusive scoop we show how the current 3D software Mixamo works recently acquired by Adobe. I hope you enjoy this content area throughout the Spanish-speaking community and others too. Link: https://youtu.be/_V3m2LPSnO0 
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Drum Machine

Posted on May 11, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

The HTML 5 Drum Machine is (as the name suggests) an online drum machine. With a range of different drum sounds (crashes, snares, kicks, etc.), drumkits (Hip Hop, Electro, Acoustic, Techno, House) and editable volumes and tones it is great for composing across a range of tempos and styles.  Beats can be exported as WAV files which can then be imported into Adobe Audition as drum tracks. It takes a little bit of playing around with to get the hang of it but it is well worth the small investment in time. 
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Advanced Online Media

Posted on May 8, 2015 by Dave Cornelius Last Activity on Jul 3, 2015

Prerequisites and expectations: Students must have completed JMC 305 with a C or better and have at least a 2.5 GPA.  All students are expected to have basic multimedia knowledge and skills  as well as proficiency in the basics of journalism. Course goals:  The World Wide Web provides wonderful ways to tell stories but it demands new ways of thinking and new skills.  Thinking in interactive and web first multimedia terms is fun and challenging. This is an advanced course in producing Web-based material (i.e. stories and website components).  To succeed you must bring to it Web-searching skills, journalistic skills and a willingness to work hard. Online work is demanding but it will pay you back 10-fold in satisfaction.  Prepare to be a short on sleep and high on adrenaline this semester. You’ll be rewarded with an abundance of knowledge, valuable workplace skills and fun creating visual stories and websites. By the end of the semester you will learn about:... Read More
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Multimedia Journalism

Posted on May 8, 2015 by Dave Cornelius Last Activity on Jul 3, 2015

Prerequisites and expectations: This class is required of all journalism majors. The expectation is that incoming students are proficient in the fundamentals of journalism (newsworthiness, accuracy, fairness and ability to work on deadline). Students do not have to have online experience or knowledge in order to take this course. Course goals: This class will introduce students to journalism in an online environment. Students will gain an understanding of the capabilities and attributes of good online journalism, including interactivity, functionality, navigation and innovation. Students will learn how to “think online,” identifying and developing multimedia stories and practicing the fundamentals of editing and creating effective Web packages. While technological skills will be taught, this is first and foremost a journalism class, with an emphasis on journalistic skills. At the end of the semester, students should “know” the following: ·  How online media... Read More
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"Sky is mine" A song composed by my students

Posted on Apr 6, 2015 by Thomas Joseph Last Activity on Apr 6, 2015

Dreams have no boundaries. Dreams can change this world. My students written, composed, sequenced, recorded and balanced this song called the Sky is mine. They are saying although they don’t have anything today someday they will have everything under their feet. Through this song  students  show us that dreams are fundamental when it comes to changing the world.
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Want to make your own movie? Check this out!

Posted on Feb 27, 2015 by Rachel Estilo Last Activity on Aug 22, 2015

Always wanted to make your own movie? With Adobe's products, now you can! Learn how to use Adobe's Premiere Pro/Premiere Clip, After Effects, and Audition to create your very own movie! Want to promote your movie? No problem! You can also use Adobe's InDesign to create promotional movie posters! Need professional looking photos? Adobe's Photoshop can take care of that! You can also apply them to your posters if you want! What you will learn: How to successfully make your own movie (of course!) using Adobe productsThe 5 stages in filmmakingThe different main roles in filmmakingHow to create your movie plotHow to edit video with Premiere Pro and/or Premiere ClipHow to add special effects on your videos using After EffectsHow to edit sound using AuditionHow to use InDesign to make movie postersHow to enhance your photos with PhotoshopThe audio terms and accessories (see Audio Terms and Accessories video below) (Note: this can be either a project or a lesson plan, depending on wha... Read More
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A lesson plan for the discussion of the Hagen-Poiseuille Law

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 by Patrick Burns Last Activity on Mar 13, 2015

The Hagen-Poiseuille law Objectives For the students to understand the concepts of the Hagen-Poiseuille law and how it pertains to general anaesthesia and critical care. Overview of course This lesson is part of the veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia course (DMV3132). It pertains to the Hagen-Poiseuille law and how this law will influence the management of veterinary patients during general anaesthesia. This law has applications to both general anaesthesia and critical care. Plan Start with an interactive discussion on the general aspects of the management of general anaesthesia. Ask the following questions to stimulate the students to think about the practical aspects of general anaesthesia. What type of anaesthetic machine will you use and why? What size endotracheal tube is appropriate for your patient? What type and length of intravenous catheter will you use? Where will you place this intravenous catheter and why? Adobe Captivate will enable th... Read More
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Free Sound Effects and Music

Posted on Feb 19, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

I have mentioned this in a comment on another post but figured I'd put it up here in case anyone doesn't know how to unlock this amazing part of the Adobe suite.  Adobe Audition (and Adobe programs in general) is packaged with heaps (thousands) of royalty free sounds. You simply need to download them and unzip them and you can import them into Audition, Premiere, Flash, etc. There are heaps and heaps of really well recorded and specific sound effects that you will never be lost for sound. My personal favourite is "Human Chew Banana". This is the link.   If that link doesn't work here is the URL that you can copy into your browser: http://offers.adobe.com/en/na/audition/offers/audition_dlc.html
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Standard Practical Exercise Reflection Sheet

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jun 21, 2015

I use this for every practical exercise I have my students undertake (whether it is animation, photographic, film, planning, whatever).  I have students collate all of these together as a sort of a practical journal - the end result is a go to cheat sheet for all the skills we have covered. It is a brief selection of questions (with prompts) and is broad enough to suit any practical task. It is designed to be done by hand in the last 5 or 10 minutes of a practical session.
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