702: Smartphone Filmmaking in the Classroom

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    Presenters: Larry Engel (Associate Professor, School of Communication), Kyle Brannon (Assistant Professor, School of Communication) & Garrett Graddy-Lovelace (Associate Professor, School of International Service)

    Time: 2:45 PM – 3:35 PM

    Session Description  

    In this session, which is geared towards non-video practitioners across many academic disciplines, learn how to use a smartphone to create course content and student assignments. Panelists will share their own experience of smartphone filmmaking in their teaching, along with best practices in shooting video. Issues of accessibility for both the delivery and creation of content will be addressed, particularly for those students who may not have access to a smartphone.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify the benefits of video content for instruction, research, and creative projects
    • Integrate video components to class assignments
    • Describe how to better shoot content with a smartphone, for both instructors and students

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