Final Cut Schmo – my UFVA panel prezi

I leave on Monday, August 6, for Chicago, to attend the 2012 UFVA (University Film and Video Association) Conference. In addition to the film I am presenting (see my previous post), I am also moderating a panel, entitled Final Cut Schmo: Why “Flexible” and “Adaptable” Are the 2 Most Important Qualities of the 21st-Century Media Education Model. We will be presenting as part of Session 13K, Saturday, 8/11, at 8:30am, in Room 319, Luddington Building, Columbia College of Chicago, 1104 S. Wabash.

My fellow panelists, in order (after me) are:

Brett Levner, University of Nevada Las Vegas – Leaving Final Cut Studio, but When and to What?

G.T. Keplinger, Stevenson University – Is Bad the New Good on YouTube?

Dina Fiasconaro, Stevenson University – Writing and the New Technologies

After introducing the panel’s theme and panelists, I will start us off with this topic: Love the One You’re with: Lessons from Apple on ‘Flexibility’ and ‘Adaptability’.

I just spent all of today preparing this prezi. If you haven’t used prezi before, it’s kind of fun – the learning curve is steep, however …

Enjoy!

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