This chapter focuses upon a case study of an online higher education intervention – an interactive resource the author has devised as an aid to the teaching and learning of undergraduate digital video editing (DVE). This resource specifically addresses drama and fiction postproduction principles, practice and techniques. The repository, which includes streamed materials available to download, guides the student through the film production process in a step-by-step way (for students), with suggested class based activities and tasks using the materials (for tutors). The resources include the script, all planning documentation, all production paperwork, and all rushes shot for different productions. The student/ tutor navigates through these materials guided by a combination of voice-overs, video tutorials by those personnel involved in the production, and clips taken from the “making of” documentaries. This chapter explores the intervention within the wider context of higher education online teaching and through the lens of virtual learning environment pedagogic theory.
|Title of host publication||Streaming Media Delivery in Higher Education: Methods and Outcomes|
|Editors||C. Wankel, J. Sibley Law|
|Place of Publication||Hershey|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
Atkinson, S. (2011). Teaching Off-Line Digital Video Editing On-Line: An Exploration into Editing and Postproduction Digital Pedagogic Practice. In C. Wankel, & J. Sibley Law (Eds.), Streaming Media Delivery in Higher Education: Methods and Outcomes (pp. 121-135). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60960-800-