Video Project Proposal Pitch
A Video Project Proposal Pitch is a way for students to articulate the general idea they have for their video. It can be submitted informally to their professor or discussed as a class. Example by Susan Simon, Dartmouth College.
Video Journaling Template
This video journaling template, from the University of Illinois' Writing with Video course, serves as a useful outline for process-based writing about the video production process.
This handout on crafting audio assignments was assembled for Summer Faculty Institute 2017 for a session led by UD's Nancy Karibjanian and Nico Carver.
This handout outlines the Seven Elements of Digital Storytelling, which were created by the StoryCenter, and can be used as a starting point when working with digital stories. The University of Houston has modified and expanded this to make them more applicable for academic purposes.
This digital storytelling handout provides a series of questions that help guide students in thinking about translating their written text into images and sound.
Assessing multimedia projects may be a challenge to those who are not accustomed to these types of projects. Here are some resources and sample rubrics that you can modify to suit your needs.
The RISE model (Reflect, Inquire, Suggest, Elevate) may be helpful for peer-to-peer critiques and instructor-to-student feedback.
If your students are planning on filming people, it is important for them to get signed release forms. Here are sample release forms that they can use.