136032 UE Creating content in science - Recording and editing technology (2023S)
5.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 13 - Finno-Ugristik, Nederlandistik, Skandinavistik und Vergl.Literaturw.
Continuous assessment of course work
We 26.04. 15:00-18:15 Ort in u:find Details
Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).
- Registration is open from Mo 06.02.2023 08:00 to Mo 27.02.2023 08:00
- Deregistration possible until Fr 31.03.2023 23:59
max. 12 participants
Language: German, English
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Location: "PC-Schulungsraum" Room 2H363, Staircase H, Level 3, "Rotunde", UZA 2, Josef-Holaubek Platz 2, 1090 Wien
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Students will gain insight into the technical side of creating and editing various audiovisual media and thereby learn to create content themselves with high technical standards. The scope ranges from field research to science communication and focuses essentially on formats, conventions and technical aspects, less on the content itself.In a theoretical part (Block I) the students will be familiarized with the technical equipment (cameras, microphones, accessories and software). This is followed by a practical part (Block II), in which students work in groups to create various media themselves (podcast/audiobook, interview, video lecture/presentation/vlog, documentary…), which consists of creating a “plan/script” and the actual recording itself. The created material is reviewed and discussed, followed by another practical part (Block III), in which the students edit the recorded raw material and bring it into a publishable form.Note: All single projects will be short versions of only a few minutes of content to keep the workload manageable.
Assessment and permitted materials
Attendance is mandatory in the course. Partial achievements include active participation in the creation of the media as well as the independent individual processing of three projects with the corresponding written documentation of the editing process.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Performance is assessed by means of a point system. At least 50% of the maximum number of points is required to complete the course positively.
The provision of all data (media, slides, literature), the communication in the course and also the submission of the work is done via MOODLE.
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