Supporting Hackney residents aged 50 to 150 in the job market
Tutor summary, 8 July 2016
What you did or learnt, session 3 (Apps!)
Media consent forms
Principles of media consent for an enterprise that wants to be taken seriously.
Some learners completed media consent forms that permit their image or voice to be used in photos and videos made by the group.
Used Android tablet apps to make and resize a photo.
Saved the photo from the tablet to your bold.org.uk Apps for Work Drive.
Used Android tablet apps to make a one-minute video – an interview with people at Kingsland Hub who have signed a media consent form.
Uploaded the video to your course Vimeo account.
Shared your new online video to the course blog – category Video posts (two videos that included an identifiable voice not covered by the consent form have been set to private – visible only to course learners who are signed in).
HUDL 2 Android tablets.
Google Apps for Work Drive (bold.org.uk custom version).
The still-life photos will be used in a later session.
The point of the video exercise was to demonstrate how easy it is to make a short video on a budget tablet, save it, share it, etc. The videos are not BBC production quality, but none of the defects were your fault. There was a lot of background noise, the lighting was not perfect, and you were using a handheld gadget with a weak microphone. If you had been using a classier tablet on a tripod in a quiet space, the results would have been noticeably better.
It’s normal to edit a video after making it, or at least to want to edit it. Our experimental interview videos are not very suitable for video editing training, but we might build it into a future course – soon – if we can.