Introductory Workshops for Video Editing, Audio Editing, & Screen Capture

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I’m looking forward working with UVic’s Technology Innovation in Education classes this week (EDCI 336) and using Creative Commons licensed materials from the University of Victoria Libraries Digital Scholarship Commons to teach workshops on Video Editing, Audio Editing, and Screen Capture.

Here are links to all the materials for the workshops including instructors guides, slides, and workshop activities:

I hope everyone in EDCI 336 enjoys these workshops and learns at least one new thing!

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8 comments on “Introductory Workshops for Video Editing, Audio Editing, & Screen Capture
  1. […] commons came back today and walked us through some tutorials he created. You can find them here, in this post on his […]

  2. […] today’s class, Rich McCue from the Digital Scholarship Commons presented an introductory workshop on video editing, audio editing and screen capture. I got the opportunity to focus on  video […]

  3. […] I found this weeks class very interesting as we had a guest speaker – Rich McCue – come in and give a workshop on video editing, audio editing, and screen capture. The link to Rich McCue’s Website and the woskshop that I participated in is here. […]

  4. […] Introductory Workshops for Video Editing, Audio Editing, & Screen Capture […]

  5. […] week Rich McCue from the Digital Learning Commons walked us through his introductory workshop aimed at facilitating skill-building in video editing with iMovie, audio editing with Audacity, […]

  6. […] up to the march. We had Rich McCue come to speak with us and share with us many useful tips in creating video using iMovie. I chose to incorporate music (Michael Kiwanuka’s Love & Hate) as well as some audio […]

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