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Videography 101 -   January

Note: by clicking on titles with blue underlines you can go directly to the readings.

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5 NOTE: if you are using the right browser you will note that test days have reddish backgrounds, days when assignments are due have yellow backgrounds and days where there is no class have green backgrounds. It sort of makes it easy to spot things.

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8 Intro to course;  discussion of Internet Procedures; EFP/ENG test lectures start. 

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12 Video of past projects. Read ENG Test. Click on the blue underlined link to read.  Finish ENG lecture material.

 

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15 ENG Test. (Must get 85% to be eligible to check out equipment. Make sure you know whether you passed it or you will miss first video deadline.) Demo of Equipment.

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19 FIRST GRADED CLASS ASSIGNMENT DUE: Which is--you must have working e-mail address and have sent and received a message from me. This is a pass (A) fail (F) assignment and your first grade in the course.

Lectures on Film start (this material is not in the cybertext).

Start checking out equipment. Read: Video Projects  Lab work: Start on first project.  

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22 Beginning of the Period Quizzes Start. (NOTE: during the semester these add up to be roughly equal to an exam grade!)

Read Computer Literacy. Read Notes for Students  Read Module 1

Film Lecture; Video on Camera Use.
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Advantages/ Disadvantages of Film and Video

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Remember to regularly check your e-mail.

26 Check out The Internet Tests, read Study Guide for First Test. Check out Puzzle Quizzes Film Lectures conclude. Review for test. Read Are Our Freedoms and Our Values in Conflict? Read Modules 2 - 3.

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29  EXAM over film lecture material, Modules 1 - 3, and Internet readings.

 

 

 

NOTE: You are responsible for all Internet readings--both the assigned modules and the local links within them. Last minute computer or Internet problems are not a valid excuse for not reading materials (start early!).  Report any problems with links to me immediately

 

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