2004-05 - Tutorial Home > Tutorial 4

Event Log


 

0:00.0 tutorial_4.htm 1. Recording the audio
    Diverse appoaches to the record/edit process
(when and how often to stop and revise)
Finding your voice in this medium
(speaking to your students sitting alone at their computers in contrast to addressing all of them together in a room)
Referring to illustrative material, pacing, and the placement of silence
Drawing attention to the screen or printed page
Leaving time for a referenced page to load
Allowing for reflection on what is on the screen
5:21.7 http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode17/usc_sec_17_00000110----000-.html#2 17 U.S.C. § 110(2)
6:33.1 tutorial_4.htm#1 [return to outline #1]
Recording knowing that you can revise
(Don't stop recording but plow ahead with a second pass at a portion over which you first stumbled.)
7:31.2 tutorial_4.htm#2 2. Editing out your "umms", repetitions, and other imperfections
Removing the flaws of commission
Inserting omitted words, phrases (and additional moments of silence)
Adjusting the amplitude
8:18.9 tutorial_4.htm#3 3. Mapping the presentation's visual elements against its audio
Constructing an"event log"
A sequential list of the times at which particular items are referred to
The URLs or document and place names to be viewed at each of those times
10.28.1 tutorial_4_3a.htm [event log - this page]
10:42.3 tutorial_4.htm#3 [return to outline #1]
11:05.3 tutorial_4e.htm [outline, completed version]