camra Partnership

The Weigle Information Commons and camra have partnered as part of our ongoing efforts to promote the use of multimedia in classrooms through workshops and trainings for students, graduate students, and professors. As part of our effort we have started a few collaborative initiatives, including:
  1. co-sponsoring technical workshops for undergraduate and undergraduate students
  2. developing evaluation criteria for professors interested in having media based student projects
  3. showcasing camra courses and student media projects on Weigle's Student Showcase
  4. assisting in creating a canvas site which serve as a database for templates, syllabi, suggestions, and examples of media work 
2015 workshops included:

Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a robust industry standard video editing application suitable for video projects of all sizes (yes, even feature-length films!). We will cover all of the basics of the application and introduce some common Premiere Pro workflows. This workshop is introductory, but aimed at users who have some basic experience with video editing (iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, etc) and would like to take their abilities to the next level.

Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm

Editing Audio for Videos with Adobe Audition

Adobe Audition CC is an audio editing application particularly useful for working with audio for video. Integrating seamlessly into Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition allows high-quality sound editing and cleanup. We will introduce the basics of Audition and ways to integrate it into your editing workflow. Recommended for users familiar with video editing (e.g. Audition, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, etc.) or who have some experience with audio editing (e.g. Garageband, Audacity).

Date: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm

Both workshops took place in the WIC Seminar Room, Rm 124, VPDLC, and will be presented by William Hodgson and Chris Vandegrift.