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Workshop: Video production for scholars
March 10 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with the tools and confidence to create video content using the technology already in their pockets – their smart phones. This content can be utilised for anything from conference, event or course promotion, to effective communication of complex research topics. The session will cover basic composition, photography, videography, interview and editing skills. There will be a brief photo and video break during which participants will put what they’ve learned to the test, followed by critique and feedback. We will also touch on basic principles of GDPR and model release consent to ensure participants’ content can be used and disseminated as required.
- Learn photo composition
- Learn cinematography techniques
- Learn video editing skills
- Understand the unique challenges of mobile storytelling
- Create the correct content for the correct audience
- Understand GDPR & model release consent basics for content creators
Workshop facilitator and speaker
Eileen Kennedy is Library Digital Experience Developer at NUI Galway. She manages the library MakerSpace and looks after the library’s online presence. Eileen has a BA in Film Studies and English from Boston College and an MA in Digital Media from NUI Galway.
Are you a Digital Scholar?
Developing skills with digital technologies can be a challenge for researchers interested in digital and open scholarship.
To help, the Library, in partnership with the Moore Institute, presents a series of informal workshops to share practice-based expertise, know-how, and experience in technologies and methods, that will enhance your experience of newer forms of scholarship.
26 November 2019 – Web maps, data visualisation, and mapping with Neatline. David Kelly and Cillian Joy. G010, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00
17 December 2019 – Managing digital collections. Objects, metadata, ingestion, and access. Aisling Keane. G010, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00
14 January 2020 – Scanathon. Crowd-sourced digitisation. Aisling Keane. G011, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00
18 February 2020 – Online and digital identity for scholars. Blaneth McSharry & Grainne McGrath. G010, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00
10 March 2020 – Video production for scholars. Eileen Kennedy. G010, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00
14 April 2020 – Working with images in Python for research. Cillian Joy. G010, Hardiman building, 10:00-13:00