Tag Archives: High School Journalism Institute
Multimedia for High School Journalism Educators provides learning opportunity for all of us
It was a whirlwind week at the Indiana University High School Journalism Institute for the teachers taking Multimedia for High School Journalism Educators. Each created a blog in WordPress and then added content. Writing commentary. Finding appropriate online sources and embedding links. Taking photos and optimizing them for the Web. Uploading individual photos and a […]
Working lunch to plan Soundslides project
A fun part of our daily routine was being able to go as a group to lunch on most days during the week. These were working lunches, with us talking as a group on issues related to advising or with partners planning their Soundslides project.
Finding good sources — a ‘strike’ for reporters
Judy Robinson and I are teaching a graduate class at the Indiana University High School Journalism Institute. Our students are high school media teachers. The major assignment is for the students to go on campus and find a story that can be reported through multimedia — text, photos, audio, video. Judy and I decided that […]
On assignment at HSJI — creating Soundslides story
Creating a Soundslides story is an assignment for the teachers in our class at the High School Journalism Institute. Janet and Bryan decided to tell the story of dining options in the student union. Janet interviewed one of the food service employees. Bryan recorded the sounds of the dining area that they will use to […]
Sound check for Soundslides presentation
Judy and Melanie made sure the audio recorders were ready. After Judy explained how to use the recorders, each team received a recorder and headset to use for the afternoon assignment of recording audio and taking photos for a Soundslides presentation.