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Documenting practice FLIP

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In this video: (view QT link below for viewing on Apple devices) An informal discussion around issues of best practice techniques of documenting practice with low tec equipment such as quick video capture devices like FLIP cameras. Luckily I had my FLIP camera in my bag and managed to capture a bit of the conversation- I could have done with visiting before as there are MASSES of great tips on this site all aspects of making video content.

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In this video Lindsay Jordan, Paul Lowe and participants of the UAL Bar Camp Workshop in Creating Digital Media for Teaching and Learning held on Feb 10th 2011 at the Media Faculty block at LCC discuss best practice. See link to Lindsay's FLIP video workshop -

NOTES: Have a look at Jisc Digital Media site for almost everything you'll need to know about documenting practice:

Advice documents cover all aspects of creating, managing and using moving image resources:

Basic Guide to the Flip -

ATTACHED BELOW- Recording Lectures, Seminars and Events

ATTACHED BELOW - Draft Guidance for students Lecture Recording-jc (Draft copy)


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Creative Commons LicenseDocumenting practice (FLIP discussion) by Chris Follows, Lindsay Jordan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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Draft Guidance for students Lecture Recording-jc.doc39.5 KB
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Anonymous's picture

Hi Chris - yes, that rings a bell! The Kodak Zi8.

cfollows's picture

Hi Lindsay, was it the 'KODAK Zi8 Pocket Video Camera' you were talking about which has the external Mic ?

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