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Creating Engaging Videos (grad students only)
Thu, October 6 @ 1:09 am
Adding video and audio to course content can be a powerful way to engage your audience asynchronously. We’ll review the process of creating and editing audio and video as well as discuss guidelines for framing and lighting your subject matter and how to achieve optimal camera angles.
This workshop is part of Fordham IT’s new series of instructional technology workshops designed especially for graduate students looking to broaden their knowledge and skill with digital tools for the classroom, research, and professionalization. It is organized by Heather V. Hill, graduate student liaison for Fordham IT’s Instructional Technology Academic Computing (ITAC).