Reporter 447, 21 February 2000


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Moving Images

for

Teaching and Research

The technology for delivering moving images on a variety of platforms in Higher Education changes almost daily, yet many people are unsure how to produce those images in the first place. If you would like to know how the Television Production Division of the Media Services can help you to create and edit the moving images that you need for teaching or research - or if you are curious to know how other people have used moving images in their work, - please join us at a

Lunchtime Seminar

13.00 - 14.00, 15th March

in

The Television Studio

Level 5, Roger Stevens Building

 

The aim of the seminar is to look at the variety of ways in which moving images support learning and teaching in the University and to show examples from a wide range of subjects. We shall talk about the ways in which the Television Unit can help you create these images. There will also be an opportunity to look at non-linear editing and Web-CD.

Numbers are limited to 50. If you would like to attend please e-mail

P.H.Coltman@leeds.ac.uk

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