In this workshop, we will focus on getting familiar with different ways to approach video editing as a composing activity in our writing classrooms. While we will predominantly be focusing on how to actually design video assignments and looking at examples, we also discuss best practices for filming and gathering source materials, as well as the rhetorical use of video editing. Students (and instructors) can check out equipment like cameras and tripods from Hicks; here’s the list and hours!
Before starting: bring headphones to the workshop
Materials for Assigning, Teaching, and Assessing Video Projects
Below are some student-made videos of varying production qualities. They are all PSAs, but they can be useful for talking to your students about the relationship between the visual, aural, and textual elements of the video.