Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Museum Staff Training

I often Mentor - Professionals, media teachers, website designers and those developing digital productions in their jobs. I do this in a number of different ways, from one to one tutorials to running staff training sessions that develop media skills.


More Museums are developing resources and material for a digital audience. 



I ran a two days workshop with the Museum Resource Centre staff, Standlake, Witney. 


The workshop days involved planning, scripting and developing a shot list. Through to filming and editing the final project.



What staff have said:
Sharon’s training was really useful. It was well structured and hands on. It gave me the confidence to produce short films in a professional manner.
Christiane Jeuckens Museum Resource Centre Manager, Head of Conservation

Our enthusiasm is still high from the training and we are raring to go thanks for all your support.
Samantha van de Geer ACR (Ba, Ma) – Object Conservator and Keeper Textile Collections

Sharon’s well-structured, practical and fun training session gave us the skills, confidence and enthusiasm to make our own short films documenting every aspect of museum work, and helped us to embrace new technologies and new ways of communicating directly with the digital audience.
David Moon – Curator of Archaeology, Oxfordshire Museums Service

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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

No limit on education



I have been working with the wonderful team at the Open University.
Producing video material  for educational resources.



Working with Xaviere Hassan, Lecturer in French, in producing the production:

 
What can languages do for you? 
Click here: What can languages do for you?
The short film was made to promote languages among Open University students registered on an Open Degree. It was presented  at the Student Hub Live Open Programme , alongside Dr Klaus-Dieter Rossade’s interview and online dialogue with students. 
 London Centre for Languages and Cultures (LCLC)

Click here: London Centre for Languages and Cultures
On-line resource video clips for LCLC website. The LCLC on Youtube channel provides video clips presented by specialists from Open University and University of Oxford     specialists, related to language learning (both generic and language-specific), alongside examples of lectures delivered at LCLC events. 

For more information: http://www.lclc.info/resources/video-resources/


 MOOC Project (Massive Open Online Courses)

Exploring multiculturalism and globalization in the workforce with Dr Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde 

 











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