Join Renaldo Lawrence for an in-depth discussion in this video Organizing files, part of Creating Multimedia Learning.
- One critical point I would like to talk about here…and I can't stress enough is the organization of your work.…My process of organization is always similar to this.…I create a main Folder with all the assets,…including all the documentation…and anything to do with the project will go into.…In this Folder, I create a product Folder,…such as, Adobe Presenter Presentation, iBooks project,…iPad project, iPhone project and a YouTube project.…
From there, for each project, I create sub-folders,…such as Audio, Video, Documentation for all the documents…such as PowerPoint presentations I receive from teachers,…Final Audio, Final Video, and Images.…This way, regardless of what I need,…I know it's in the right place.…If a teacher comes to me and requires an asset,…I don't have to fumble around trying to find it.…When I've done all the final edits,…all the correct file formats goes…into their respective Folders.…
As an example, when I finish the Final Audio for a page,…it goes into the Final Audio Folder.…It is always important that you come up…
Elearning expert Renaldo Lawrence takes a typical lecture-style lesson and breaks down which parts can be transformed into a multimedia project. Renaldo then guides educators through rewriting lesson plans and goals, creating video and audio assets, publishing the project online, and incorporating the new multimedia curriculum into the classroom.
- Using multimedia to reach students and parents
- Planning your multimedia project
- Setting goals
- Recording and editing video and audio
- Staying organized
- Sharing the project with the class