Join us at the conclusion of the 2020 AGM for an informal, BYO drinks/nibbles session where we reflect on what it has been like to teach in 2020 from three different perspectives followed by debrief and discussion.
Title: Teaching production during 2020 – What will you take with you into 2021?
Synopsis: As we begin the process of wrapping the 2020 academic year, we invite you to an informal Friday afternoon session (BYO drinks and dips) where we ask three academics to reflect on what it has been like to teach production in 2020 and, to identify some of the good things they will take with them into the 2021 ‘new-COVID-normal’. Q&A and discussion to follow.
Running time: a TV hour
Call time: Friday 27 November 2020, immediately after the 2020 ASPERA AGM (approx. 5pm AEDT)
- Jill Holt for Swinburne University in Melbourne who will do a case study on her experience of teaching AVID post-production online during their second wave shut down recently.
- Tim Thomas from University of Canberra who will talk about teaching a Short Film Production unit half face to face, then with a week’s notice, to on-line, as well as a Screen Studies unit he continued to teach virtually with synchronous tutorials.
- Sophie Jackson, Course Leader, BA Film and Television Production, ARU Cambridge who will talk about rethinking a yearlong production module when the University has promised all students the option of face to face or online. A midway report from the UK.
Location: via Zoom https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/86849399211