Congratulations to the 2013/14 participants of Video Camp!
Check out their wonderful productions:
- Roger Anunsen, Gerontology “The Aging Mind” Playlist
- Glenn Johnson, Health & Physical Education – “Exercises with Proper Form Series” Playlist
- Tatiana Snyder, Psychology “What is a Sports Psychologist?” and “What is a Forensic Psychologist?”
Do you want to create beautiful and engaging media like this for your online course? Read on!
Applications due to Monica Marlo firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday, July 7th, 2013
Distance Learning Faculty: Do you have an instructional video project you’ve been wanting to create for your distance education course, but you’re not sure where to begin and/or would like design and production assistance?
Apply for Video Camp!
Present your ideas to us by 5PM on Monday July 7th and come join us this summer for Video Camp! We will be selecting a pool of applicants from the project ideas you submit to help you bring your ideas to life from design, scriptwriting and storyboarding on through production and post-editing.
How to apply
You present the idea in two pages or less and if your idea is selected we will offer funding to pay you for your subject area expertise, and provide services and staff to support you through each step of the experience. Your idea should be for a video or videos that add up to ten minutes or less in length and support an objective in your curriculum. Want to submit an idea as a faculty team? Preference will be given to video projects that include multi-faculty or multi-discipline teams. Have more than one idea? Feel welcome to submit as many ideas as you have.
When writing your project proposal, please include the following:
- What are the subject area and instructional concepts covered?
- Who are the faculty involved?
- What course(s) will the videos be part of?
- Is this video imagined as being filmed on location, or in a studio? (It’s ok if you’re not sure, we can help you decide.)
Want some help thinking of a great project? Check out these done by PCC’s Video Production Unit for a great selection of videos produced by our in-house team. Also look here for examples of presentations created at Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC) Video Camp (with the assistance of PCC video producer Michael Annus). These feature the work of CGCC philosophy instructor Dr. Bill Noonan who has been building his set of videos over the course of several years.
If you would like assistance getting started or thinking of an idea prior to writing your proposal, please contact our video producer Michael Annus or multimedia developer Monica Marlo in Distance Education. We like to be in contact with you as early as possible in the process to help support your successful production’s development.
How will you be notified?
If your project is selected to participate, we will contact you by Friday, July 11th to let you know, discuss your project’s scope and budget, and work with you on the next steps of creating your project.