Video Project resources
If you want to tell stories with video, you need to be able to communicate using the "language" of video. The Video Storytelling Guide will show you how! The Guide includes links to term definitions and to over 75 video examples that illustrate the major concepts presented.
School videos range from simple video classroom reports, through major classroom team projects, to ongoing school wide efforts. This page presents video production examples as a springboard for ideas for your own video production projects.
Just about every video producer, rank and file, from first time beginner to award-winning professional likes to grab the camera and run, shooting whatever inspiration has seized the moment.
The secret isn’t using expensive equipment, it’s the lighting technique. If you take the time to light yourself or your interviewee carefully, a $100 flip camera can look like it was shot on a $10,000 professional camera
WeVideo is a free web-based video editing program that lets students and teachers upload video and photos to the WeVideo media library. This library can be shared or private, which is great for classroom projects. Users can add titles, effects, animation, music, narration and more to create their own video story.
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