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Green Screening with an iPad?! NO WAY!

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Presenter(s)
Arturo Cole-Escutia (University of North Texas at Dallas, USA)
Session Information
October 15, 2015 - 11:15am
Track: 
Technology and Emerging Learning Environments
Major Emphasis of Presentation: 
Practical Application
Institutional Level: 
Multiple Levels
Audience Level: 
All
Session Type: 
Discovery Session
Location: 
Atlantic Hall
Section: 
C
Position: 
3
Session Duration: 
45 Minutes
Session: 
Discovery Session 2
Abstract

This session will walk you through the steps necessary to shoot a production (still photo shoot and/or video recording) using the green screen technique.

Extended Abstract

Finding interesting ways to evaluate, reflect and report on work and projects can be tricky. Many students struggle to engage with the reflection properly as it is often a dry, unentertaining end to any unit or project but there are lots of great learning opportunities when you use green screen effects in the classroom.
Green screens can be used to display virtually any image as part of your presentation conveying a simulated context or location. This session will walk you through the steps necessary to shoot a production (still photo shoot and/or video recording) using the green screen technique. We'll cover every aspect of planning and setting up properly for best results. You'll also learn when to use this technique, how to light the screen, how to set up your camera/mobile device properly, and how you can use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch as a professional teleprompter for ultimate mobility. We'll even explore some of the software options and apps available.
We will review all things you should endeavor to do when filming your footage. In order for your green screen movie to look as good as it should.
Learning Goals:
- Learn what green screens can do
- Light, prepare, and manage staged scenes before a green screen using the 3-Point lighting technique.
- Produce and film scenes that are properly lit and blocked against a green screen background using the Listec Promptaware Plus mobile app as teleprompter.
- Manipulate filmed scenes and chroma-key out the background using software and mobile apps for the iPad (Green Screen by Do Ink).

Lead Presenter

Arturo Cole-Escutia is the director of the Office of Distance Learning and Instructional Technology at the University of North Texas at Dallas. He is responsible for the use of quality instructional technologies by managing the help desk for online students, interfacing with LMS support, IT, Marketing, Admissions, and the registrar to provide and publicize UNT DallasÕs online and hybrid course offerings. He also supports UNT Dallas faculty in the design and implementation of instructional technologies for classroom, online and hybrid courses and works with the administration, IT and faculty to choose and implement best practices for instructional technologies, as well as assisting in the marketing of online/hybrid courses.

Before joining UNT Dallas, he served as Director of Online Marketing and Development at Jacksonville University. Prior to that, Arturo was the Director of the Center for the Innovation and Design and Development of Educational Multimedia-Virtual University at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey at Monterrey, Mexico. He has more than 18 years of professional experience working in educational technology and eLearning in higher education

He earned his Master of Science in communication and his Bachelor of Arts in marketing from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.