- NEW! Jeremy Butler, Kelli Marshall, Drew Morton, Matthew Thomas Payne and Benjamin Sampson, ‘Teaching with Video in the 21st Century: Clips, Essays, Full Length Films and TV Programs’, The Audiovisual Essay: Practice and Theory of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, March 2015.
These resources were prepared by the above named scholars for a workshop, which took place last week at the annual conference for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies in Montreal. The session aimed to offer handy tips and how-to’s for obtaining, remixing and delivering video to students.
These new resources join the very popular guides, by Miriam Ross and Greer Fyfe, that we published last month, which cover in detail such practical aspects of making video essays as downloading audiovisual content, editing your own content, creating a mash up, sharing your work, and extra software. All of those guides are available as downloadable PDFs at the following page:
- Greer Fyfe and Miriam Ross, ‘How-to Video Essays’, The Audiovisual Essay: Practice and Theory of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, March 2015
You can find another page at the Audiovisual Essay site linking to existing online resources for teachers wishing to use audiovisual essay formats in their pedagogical practice:
- RESOURCES for teachers, The Audiovisual Essay: Practice and Theory of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, March 2015
If you’d like to offer your own guide(s) to making audiovisual essays, or to suggest additional resources to link to at the above page, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Please email us on reframe[dot]us[at]gmail[dot]com. Thank you!