Free Course Shows Instructors How to Engage with Video Using Adobe Premiere Rush

Screenshots of Adobe Premiere Rush on multiple devices Screenshots of Adobe Premiere Rush on multiple devices

Adobe Education Exchange is offering a free, self-paced course to help instructors engage students using video. Enroll now!

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Capture, Edit and Share Video with One Tool

Posted on: September 24, 2020 | By: Tarah Holland | Filed under: Instructional Technologies, Tech Tips, Online Instruction, Teaching & Learning, video
Example of the Adobe Premiere Rush interface Example of the Adobe Premiere Rush interface

Recording and editing video can be daunting, regardless of your level of expertise. But an all-in-one tool from Adobe Creative Cloud can help to make things easier, whether you’re working on a Mac, PC or mobile device.

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Do-It-Yourself Video: The Top 10 Takeaways

Posted on: October 25, 2018 | By: Elizabeth Kirkhorn | Filed under: video

Video and education have gone hand and hand for many years, supporting professors who teach flipped, blended or online courses. Knowing this, Teaching and Learning Technology held a workshop for professors interested in incorporating video components to their courses. Participants learned the value of including instructional videos, the process for creating video, and tips and tricks for implementation.

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New cameras in Media Services gives community chance to experiment with video

Posted on: May 15, 2014 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Tech Tips, video

Recently, the Media Services department acquired two brand new cameras, the Canon XA20 and a GoPro, for students, faculty and staff for check-out. Media Services assistant Jenn Grimmett previews the newest cameras and the ways she hopes the cameras can be used by the Elon community. Grimmett explains that the growing need in the …

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Video Tutorials on Media Services Equipment

Posted on: November 5, 2012 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Tech Tips, video

The world may know YouTube for its videos of puppies and song lyrics, but Media Services is using the public website for a more practical application. Located to the left upon entering Belk Library, Media Services loans equipment and provides assistance to students, faculty and staff. However, questions about equipment may arise after office hours. This …

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Getting started with YouTube

Posted on: October 22, 2012 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Tech Tips, video

“Have you seen that latest video on YouTube?” YouTube has been a term synonymous with video watching, just as Facebook has been for social networking and Google with Internet searches. But this video-sharing site can be used for more than just uploading videos of music lyrics, puppies, and hilarious accidents. YouTube can actually be a fantastic …

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Fixing poor performance habits quickly and tactfully

Posted on: November 7, 2011 | By: Laura Van Drie | Filed under: Tech Tips, Teaching & Learning, video
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It’s difficult for theater students to become aware of their habits and quirks until they can clearly see them. Kirby Wahl, Assistant Professor of Performing Arts, uses Kodak Playtouch video cameras to take easy shots of his students that help them identify their strengths and weaknesses on stage.

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Biology Cabinet video resources support engaged learning

Posted on: September 3, 2010 | By: Kelly Reimer | Filed under: Tech Tips, video

“Laboratory classes are and have always been the primary experiences associated with engaged learning in the sciences. These “Biology Cabinet” video resources that we’ve created enable our students to prepare for such experiences by reviewing relevant concepts and by seeing demonstrations of precisely the equipment, procedures and techniques they’ll be using in their lab work …

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