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So you’ve decided to make a short vlog to introduce your module or deliver some content. You’ve sourced a camera/phone/iPod/iPad and microphone* and selected a location to shoot it. You’ve created a rough storyboard and know what you have to … Continue reading
Barry Lyndon released in 1975 show-cased Stanley Kubric’s mastery of cinematography. Shooting scenes by candlelight required special attention. Kubric acquired three Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm f0.7 lenses from Zeiss, lenses designed and built for NASA’s Apollo lunar programme to film … Continue reading
‘‘Study for the Last Supper” , Leonardo da Vinci, 1495-97 We all have in our pockets more technology and processing power than people had 10 years ago, even myself who decided to join the 21st century and finally invest in a … Continue reading
A new solution has been integrated with Blackboard which will allow students and staff to upload media files (currently up to 2GB in size), such as video assignments and video or audio feedback, safe in the knowledge that the files … Continue reading
Here in the Sheffield Business School, we are very lucky to have academics who have originated from industry and who are continually making international connections to benefit SBS. This is invaluable to the students, but does mean staff are sometimes unavailable to deliver … Continue reading