Video Production: Imovie

  • TEC-931
  • 3 Credits
  • Correspondence
  • 4.89 out of 5 stars
    4.89/5.00

Becoming A Movie Mogul with Apple's iMovie is designed for the beginner to experienced educator interested in learning the basics of creating and editing movies. The textbook, iMovie: The Missing Manual-2014 Release, by David Pogue and Aaron Miller, will provide the teacher with the foundation for completing this course. The participants will be asked to edit and create various movies while working through the textbook. In addition, a Journal of Experiences, a Tips/Notes document will be kept, along with two lesson plan outlines for teaching iMovie to students and colleagues. The textbook is designed around the application iMovie. iMovie is required for this course and is not provided. In addition, you may need the full version of QuickTime Pro and iTunes (free from Apple). Internet access is required for this course. Students should have a copy of iMovie or make sure they can secure a copy before registering for this course. Students are required to download the syllabus and download and purchase the e-book for this course. The e?book is compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Kindle, Android, Nook, Sony Reader, Windows Phone, and iMac. Links for the syllabus and e-book are at http://www.jdiangelous.com/. iMovie is an Apple product only.

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