For broadcast advisers, there is some new help out there in teaching your classes. JEA has posted a guide to broadcast and video.
The guide covers such topics as audio, video, anchoring and staff & advising. Here is an index from the guide:
Moving into broadcast/video with your program? Start here. We’ve compiled our most helpful articles to ease the transition. If there are any topics you’d like to see addressed that aren’t, or any sections expanded, please contact us at info@JEADigitalMedia.org.
The guide is a work in progress, and its authors are looking for feedback from you as well, according to Prof. Julie Dodd. She passed along this info:
Michael Hernandez is the coordinator of this project. Here’s what Michael shared about the project:
“We put this together in preparation for the Adviser Institute that’s going on right now in Las Vegas. But this is an evolving process, and we’d like your help. Here’s what you can do:
1. Promote and share this resource with your friends and colleagues via email and social media
2. Comment on the posts on the site–add your 2 cents and unique perspective to these articles
2. Write a post! Have an idea for an article? Shoot me an email about it and I’ll walk you through the process–its fun, easy, and a great way to expand your resume!
3. Come to the Fall convention and send your students to our expanded lineup of seminars dedicated to broadcast and video. We’ve go a lot of them and we really want to prove to JEA that there’s a need and demand for these sessions (because there are even more great ideas we’re planning for the future…)”