North Idaho College • Workforce Training Center • Communication & Fine Arts • Graphic Design (ICA)
Introduction to Digital Video GDES-225
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GDES-225 introduces students to the basic technical skills necessary for using digital video cameras, lighting equipment, and audio/visual editing software used in conjunction with Apple hardware and software. The course will cover the step-by-step processes necessary to create effective video projects including storyboarding techniques and sequences related to a video production workflow. Individual and team video projects produced in a DVD format will be required. Lecture: 3 hours per week Lab: 2 hours per week Recommended: GDES-222
Prerequisites: GDES-112, GDES-120, GDES-130, GDES-131, GDES-132, GDES-133, GDES-221, or permission of instructor based on portfolio review
Live broadcast TV shows are scheduled onn Thursday and Friday.See your instructor for specific locations and times.
You are required to participate in all classroom activities. To do this, you must be familiar with appropriate textbook material before class meetings. If you need extra time, the computer lab is open for homework. Generally expect to spend 5 hours extra in the lab to practice your skills.
During the semester, a series of class projects and questions will be assigned. For assessment, each of the assignments is to be submitted on the due date. Grades are determined by correctly answered questions, the quality of submitted work, the ability to follow directions, and good old-fashioned effort.
Deadlines are the life-blood of professional graphic design. In this learning environment we will emphasize commitment to deadline schedules. Projects are due by the end of class on any given date. Any late assignments (other than excused absences) will automatically be reduced in value by half. This works very much the same way in real life. With very few exceptions, acceptable work delivered on time is worth more than miraculous work delivered late.
The course sequence and pace may be altered to improve the learning potential of all class members. Students will be notified if, in the instructor’s professional judgment, course restructuring is warranted.
If it is necessary for you to be absent from class, you must call my office: 769-3426 and leave a detailed voice mail message. Please, not 10 minutes before class starts!
If your absence is known in advance, please send an email to me: email@example.com
- Please keep instructor informed of reasons for absence.
- Do not schedule other appointments during our regular class hours.
- Do not leave messages with the office. Call me directly.
- Excused or unexcused absence status is at the discretion of the instructor.
Absences have an effect on your grade and your ability to successfully learn in our class.
10 minutes late = 1 tardy
3 tardy = 1 absence
3 absences in semester = 1 grade drop
3 absences in succession = suggestion from your instructor to drop this class.
All missed class information, including assignments, are the student’s responsibility to fulfill and must be made up with reasonable promptness as determined by the instructor and the student.
Your class related performances will be evaluated both objectively and subjectively to yield point totals. These point totals will be combined to yield a letter grade for the course: “A”, “B”; etc. Please check with your instructor any time you have any questions related to your standing in this class.
100-90 = A 89-80 = B 79-70 = C 69-60 = D 59-0 = F
As students undertake to fulfill the obligations and duties outlined in this document, the college community of which they are a part undertakes to respect the basic freedoms of students. In recognition of students’ rights and dignity as members of the college, North Idaho College is committed to the principles found in the NIC Student Handbook.
Center for Educational Access/Disability Support Services
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504/508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, North Idaho College provides accommodations to eligible students who experience barriers in the educational setting due to learning, emotional / mental, physical, visual, or hearing disabilities. Instructors will provide accommodations to students only after having received a Letter of Accommodation from the Center for Educational Access.
If a student would like to request accommodations, he or she must contact the Center for Educational Access so that a Letter of Accommodation may be sent to the instructor. Students requesting accommodations must contact the Center for Educational Access at the beginning of each semester.
By registering at North Idaho College, you agree to provide payment by the due dates. You also understand that collection costs and legal fees will be added if the services of a collection agency are utilized.
If you are registered for a class and do not attend, you will still be liable for the tuition unless you drop the class.
Last day for students to withdraw from semester-length classes for the fall term: November 7, 2011.
Instructor-Initiated Withdrawal: Instructors have the right to withdraw students for academic reasons up until the same date; in doing so, instructors must notify students through NIC e-mail within 48 hours of submitting documentation to the Registrar's office, and students have the right to appeal the instructor's decision. For more information, see the NIC Procedure: http://www.nic.edu/modules/images/websites/121/file/section5/5.04.02procedure.pdf.
Financial Aid Satisfactory Progress Policy: All withdrawals, whether for individual classes, total withdrawal from school, or instructor-initiated are not considered to be satisfactory progress for financial aid. See the Financial Aid Satisfactory Progress Policy: http://www.nic.edu/Websites/index.asp?dpt=29&pageID=1336
Additional withdrawal information: http://www.nic.edu/catalog
An incomplete is assigned only if the student has been in attendance and has done satisfactory work to within three weeks of the end of the semester (or proportional length of time for a course of less than a semester in length). Incompletes are issued only in cases of extenuating circumstances, such as severe illness or injury. Incompletes are not issued in cases in which the student is simply unable to complete his/her work within the specified semester or session. If a final grade of "I" is recorded, the instructor will indicate in writing to the Registrar what the student must do to make up the deficiency. The instructor will indicate in the written statement what permanent grade should be entered if the Incomplete is not removed by the deadline.
All incomplete grades must be removed within six weeks after the first class day of the following term, excluding the summer session. If the Incomplete is not removed by that date, the grade reverts to the grade indicated by the instructor's written statement authorizing the incomplete.
Discrimination and Harassment
North Idaho College has a zero tolerance policy for any acts of discrimination or harassment of any kind. For more information, please see the NIC Student Handbook, Code of Conduct Article III and Article VIII. Compliance efforts with respect to these laws and regulations are the responsibility of each member of the campus community and are under the direction of the Dean of Students Office for Student Issues (2nd floor, ESU, 676-7156) and the Human Resources Office (Sherman Administration Building, 769-3304) for employee issues.
DROP FOR NON-PAYMENT: By registering at North Idaho College, you agree to provide payment by the due dates. You will be dropped from classes if payment is not received by 5 p.m. Pacific Time on the third day of the semester. Students on the waitlist will be given the option to register for classes after students are dropped for non-payment.
DROP FOR NON-ATTENDANCE: You must attend and participate in the first week of this class. Failure to do so will result in your being dropped from this class and may result in your financial aid award being reduced. For Internet classes, attendance is based on participation in an instructional activity; you must complete the first week’s assignment(s) by the assignment due date. Drop for non-attendance occurs at 5 p.m. Pacific Time on the second Tuesday of the semester.