A Model for Implementing Learner-Generated Filmmaking into Undergraduate Teaching and Assessment
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This quick hit article describes the creation of an open-access tool which guides both staff and students in how to generate films for assessment, as well as a model for implementation complete with marking guidelines. The rationale behind the guide was to enable staff with very little, or no, experience in filmmaking to embed a novel assessment activity into their programmes whilst still providing students with enough technical and stylistic support in film creation. Sustainability is key, and all techniques presented in the guide can be implemented within a variety of degree programmes at minimal financial cost.
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Murray, R., Bell, E., & Wakefield, A. (2023). A Model for Implementing Learner-Generated Filmmaking into Undergraduate Teaching and Assessment. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 23(1). https://doi.org/10.14434/josotl.v23i1.33190
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