Teach and Learn Editing
3, 2, 1, Action!
Create and design television reports, conduct interviews, find out how the full range of journalistic television production works, from dealing with cameras to computer editing: students learn all of this and more in the Teach and Learn Editing course offered by Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences.
Media literacy is needed not only for work in television, but also in business and everyday life. For example, how does one present a topic in an interesting and understandable way? How does journalism work? What are the most effective interview questions? How should a topic be prepared for a specific target group? With the help of funding from the Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia (LfM), Teach and Learn was conceived to convey advanced media competence to students at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences. The course gives students the opportunity to learn how to effectively produce a television segment, with targeted support and guidance from experts throughout the entire process. Segments can then be broadcast on the main educational channel for North Rhine-Westphalia, NRWision, and uploaded to the channel’s website. The sky is the limit to the number of topics that students can cover, so students are encouraged to bring their full range of ideas and creativity.
If you’re interested in learning how to produce news reports for television, then get involved and get your ideas on TV!