ASA's workshops are advanced level courses. A basic knowledge of archival practice is recommended for enrolling in our workshops.
Making Videos for Education and Instruction
Date: November 5, 2021
Time: 10:00 to 11:15 am
Julia Guy (she/her) grew up on Treaty 7 Territory but now calls Treaty 6 Territory, Métis Region 4, home. Julia is in her third year of a combined Masters in Digital Humanities and Library and Information Studies. She is a Research Assistant and curriculum team member for the DigitalNWT project. In the past she has also worked on the U of A’s Opening Up Copyright project. Julia has a BFA in Acting from U of A. Her current thesis work is around the ethical development of social AI.
Michael McNally (he/him) grew up on unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe and now resides in Treaty 6 Territory/Métis Region 4. Michael is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at University of Alberta and involved in the DigitalNWT project and Opening Up Copyright instructional module series.
Location: Videoconference on Zoom
Costs: $25 Member; $30 Non-member
This presentation will provide an introduction to the process of making videos. Examining the three stages of video creation (pre-production, production/recording, and post-production) the aim will be to provide an understanding of what is required to make videos with a focus on educational/instructional contexts. Specific emphasis is placed on how design decisions about various facets (e.g. audience, technology, purpose) affect other elements and possibly enable or constrain future choices. Join Julia and Michael as they share insights from their collaboration on multiple video-based instruction projects over the past several years.
Member only registration opens: August 16, 2021
Non-member registration opens: August 30, 2021
Registration Deadline: October 22, 2021