Browsing by publisher "Wikiversity"

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  • 2D Animation process 

    Newhall, B. P. (Brent P.) (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Contents : Pre-Production; ; Production ; Post-Production ;

  • 3D Storyboard Lesson 

    Elliott, R. (Robert) (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    3D Storyboard; DAZ Studio; Other software;3D Storyboard FrameForge:Gare Cline; 3D Storyboard FrameForge:Kinsuji; Building a simple movie set inside FrameForge; Building our movie set inside FrameForge; Creating depth of ...

  • Audacity 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds.

  • Audio 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Apple GarageBand; Audio media‎; Audio messages; Internet audio and video; Webcasting;

  • Collaboratively Building Concepts 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    This resource explores an idea for the use of collaborative learning environments

  • Critical pedagogy 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    In Critical pedagogy students get to know the teaching approach which attempts to help them question and challenge domination, and the beliefs and practices that dominate. It can be seen as a theory and practice to help ...

  • DAZ Studio 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Animation with DAZ Studio; DAZ Studio D-Form tool; DAZ Studio lighting; Props and models for DAZ Studio; Rendering models of living organisms;

  • Dialog Recording Lesson 

    Elliott, R. (Robert) (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Animatic Dialog Recording: Hardware; Procedure; Room; Software;

  • Education and Technology 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Technology in the classroom; Networked learning; Instructional Technology; Computer Lab; Assistive Technology;

  • Elementary typing 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Elementary Typing is the teacher or parent's guide for teaching typing at the elementary to middle school level. It is advisable not to start before 4th grade but somewhere between 4th and 7th grades.

  • ESL for Primary School 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Participants teach English as a Second Language in a classroom or tutoring environment to primary school aged students with a primary language other than English.

  • Film School 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    The purpose of this course is to make two motion pictures (one animated and one live action) titled "Seduced by the Dark Side!" which teaches one of life's important lessons.

  • Film scoring 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    In the filmmaking and music departments, there are courses that can all be grouped into a unit called Film Scoring.

  • Filmmaking Basics 

    Elliott, R. (Robert) (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Not available

  • Flexible learning 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    This page will assist you in understanding the principles of Flexible Learning by exploring related information, ideas and new practices in formal education. After reading through this information, and taking up opportunities ...

  • How to make a movie 

    Elliott, R. (Robert) (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Filmmaking; Film Scoring; Script Writing; Film Editing - Motion picture style; The Storyboard Artwork Project;

  • How to pass the SLLA 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    The School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) is a test that is used by several states in the USA to grant a credential to become a K-12 School Administrator, such as a principal, sometimes in lieu of a masters degree. ...

  • Instructional design 

    Not available (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Instructional Design (also called Instructional Systems Design (ISD)) is the practice of creating instructional experiences which make the acquisition of knowledge and skill more efficient, effective, and appealing.[1] The ...

  • Internet entrepreneur 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    One could view the Internet as an attractive area for business because the cost of setting up a business can be relatively low and the potential to attract customers can be relatively high. But this all depends, of ...

  • Introduction to Swedish 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    Swedish (or svenska) is a North Germanic language, related to Danish and Norwegian. It is spoken primarily in Sweden but also in parts of Finland as well as isolated parts of Russia and Ukraine. The purpose of this course ...