Join Renaldo Lawrence for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing the recording and making edits, part of Teaching Techniques: Creating Multimedia Learning.
- Editing your recordings is where you find out…that the pre-planning is so important.…Make sure you plan your shots and look at details…such as having a good microphone, having a script,…having a great set of headphones,…recording in a quiet room, and organizing your folders…and placing the correct audio into the correct folder.…If you've done the items on the list,…I've found the recording process to be a smooth ride.…The worst thing you can do is to start editing your footage…and not know what tracks belong with what section.…
I've found it extremely beneficial to find a room…where there are no distractions, not even my phone.…Where I can concentrate on the task at hand.…I can listen to each track with my full attention,…and be able to hear the hiss and um's,…and any other sound which may distract my target audience…from listening to what is important.…Reviewing the recordings is so important,…because this is where you can take out the garbage…such as an um and hiss you might have recorded.…You will be surprised at how many times,…
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