Sunday, September 26, 2010

PSA on Cyberbullying

As part of my coursework for my graduate class, I participated with a group of fellow students to produce a one minute Public Service Announcement on Cyberbullying.
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Stand Up to Cyberbullying by Janet Armstrong, Priscilla Summers, Charlotte Spencer, Gail Dunn is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
Our group began the creative process by each of us coming up with a topic and storyline idea. We discussed these through email and decided on cyberbullying. We each contributed a script idea and collaborated to use the best ideas of each. As I had the most experience with video, I prepared the initial shot list and my teammates completed the script. We discussed the availability of equipment and locations as we are spread over the state. We came up with an over all plan and assigned roles for each of us. We determined I should do the actual editing since I had some experience. The video was shot by one team member and the others contributed the voice overs and production documents. We decided on the web delivery format to be YouTube because it is a simple upload from iMovie. One member secured the copyright attribution for our video. We used no copyright material from other sources, so no attribution was necessary.
Our video could be improved by reshooting a few of the segments for clarity and having a more direct action statement. Overall, our team worked together and collaborated very well. Everyone was willing to do their part and tried very hard to make the video a success.

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