COMET Course Schedule - Summer 2012

Please note: The schedule isn't yet finalized, but this is rough outline you may use for planning purposes.

Session 1: Week of June 4

Theme:

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 2: Week of June 11

Theme: Outline and treatment for an educational video

Due: Your idea for a topic for the Educational Video Project (Email instructor) along with a list of points to be made

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 3: Week of June 18

Theme: Scripting an educational video

Due:

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 4: Week of June 25

Theme: Storyboarding an educational video

Due: Educational Video Script (post on assignment page)

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 5: Week of July 2

Theme: Preparing to produce and/or shoot an educational video

Due: Educational Video Storyboard (post on assignment page)

Meeting:

On your own:

Note: By this time you will have chosen either to create an animated educational video or a live action educational video. Please note the assignments and deliverables for your specific type of project and disregard those for the other option.

Animated educational video activities:

Live action educational video activities:


Session 6: Week of July 9

Theme: Producing/Shooting an Educational Video

Due:

Animated educational video:

Live action educational video:

Meeting:

On your own:

Animated educational video activities:

Live action educational video activities:


Session 7: Week of July 16

Theme: Troubleshooting/Editing an educational video

Due: Progress on your educational video

Meeting:

On your own:

Animated educational video activities:

Live action educational video activities:


Session 8: Week of July 23

Theme: Designing an educational multimedia Web page

Due: Final edited video (post small, compressed version on assignment page)

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 9: Week of July 30

Theme: Storyboarding an educational multimedia Web page

Due: Educational Multimedia Web Page Outline (post on assignment page)

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 10: Week of August 6

Theme: Prototyping and user testing an educational multimedia Web page

Due:

Meeting:

On your own:


Session 11: Week of August 13

Theme: Publishing your multimedia article

Due: Important to submit all assignments by Wednesday, August 15.

Meeting:

On your own:


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