Summer Sessions | Courses | Journalism and Media Studies

Journalism and Media Studies

In partnership with the Columbia School of Journalism, the course offerings explore dynamic undergraduate level courses that focus on developing a story through video.

The courses on this page reflect Summer 2018 offerings. 

 

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Introduction to Video Storytelling
JOUR S3016D 3 points.

The Introduction to Video Storytelling course teaches students the basics of conceiving, researching, and reporting a story through video. Students will learn to think critically about what makes for a good video story--what makes it newsworthy, what makes video the proper medium for conveying that story--and how to execute using the latest technology. Students will learn how to use and handle a camera, how to best record sound, how to properly frame and light a subject or scene, as well as learn how to use Adobe Premiere editing software. Students will have one complete video story at the end of the 6-week course.

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Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
JOUR 3016 001/62028 M W 4:10p - 6:20p
601A JOURNALISM BUILDING
Rhon Flatts 3 Open