In an "attention-deficit" economy, visual storytelling is a powerful medium to inspire, educate, and/or entertain hearts and minds. Today, the tools, techniques, and channels to create and distribute powerful visual stories are accessible, affordable, and available for those with story-telling acumen.
Video Storytelling is a 12-hour course that provides media professionals (or those with a strong interest in media) with the chance to expand their narrative, production, and editing skills to excel in today's 21st-century media environment needs. In newsrooms and media outlets around the globe, there is an emphasis on sharing news through visual means. The objective of this course is to provide media professionals, from journalists to online specialists, with skills to write, produce, edit, and package content quickly, effectively, and professionally.
Students will complete the course with a finished video package to compliment a professional portfolio and will gain a concrete understanding of Final Cut Pro.
This course is an open enrollment course. No application is required and registration is available by clicking "Add to Cart" below.
Current students must register with their Georgetown NetID and password. New students must first create an account and password through the Student Portal prior to registration. After your account is created, you will receive your Georgetown NetID via email. When you have your Georgetown NetID and password, continue registration by clicking "Add to Cart", logging in, and following the steps to complete checkout. Course registration is complete when payment is processed and you receive a confirmation email.
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