Digital Video in the Art Room
Presented at National Art Education Association Annual Conference, April, 2004
and Art Educators of New Jersey Annual Conference, October, 2003

Presentation and Storage Tips
When your digital video projects are completed there are several options to consider. You can simply store your video on your computer but that takes up lots of hard drive space. You may want to purchase an external hard drive to store completed videos or videos in progress.

Digital videos can also be exported back to DV tape and then played on a TV through your DV camcorder. You can also transfer your video from a DV tape to a VHS tape by connecting your DV camcorder to a VCR. If you have the right hardware another option may be to burn your video onto a DVD or video CD.

If you would like to place a compressed version of your movie onto a web page iMovie gives you the option to export your movie to QuickTime, PC users have similar options. I find this a great way to share videos and have posted several of my students videos on my school's web site. You will find a link to those videos in the Art Education section of my web site, www.olejarz.com/arted. Examples of many of the projects discussed in this essay are posted on my school site.

Be sure to get proper permission to post videos on the web and/or present video on public access channels.

Depending on permission issues you may want students to use first names only in their videos and on their credits.


Digital Video in the Art Room

Videotaping Tips

Editing Tips

Presentation and Storage Tips

Student Behavior Contract
 Artist Interview Project Form - PDF

 Artist Interview Rubric - PDF
 Poem Project Form - PDF

 Poem Project Rubric - PDF
 Storyboard Form - PDF

 Storyboard Form - GIFF



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