|Semester and Year||SP 2011|
|Time||11:00 AM - 1:45 PM|
Prerequisite K45.1445 or the equivalent (demonstrable video production and editing skills);Permission of the instructor (email@example.com) required for all others.
In Shifting Focus II, students will focus on the concrete tasks associated with video production and distribution, while at the same time investigating recent theoretical work relating to the impact of social networks on political organizing and how web 2.0 technologies alter the dynamics of video distribution. New tools and an ever changing technological environment call for a radical re-thinking of how video is, and can be, used within the context of community organizing, and yet the basic rules for how to make powerful, influential work remain mostly the same. In this course students will hone their craft as young media makers, while at the same time become web 2.0 strategists on how to deploy the media they make.
Community Learning Courses (CLI-UG)