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The UF College of Journalism and Communications will host two continuing education workshops for communicators as part of its "Summers @ CJC." All sessions will be held in Weimer Hall.
Adobe Video Production Workshop - May 6-9, 2013 - $795
Four-day workshop for professionals and students who want to produce motion graphics and visual effects for film, multimedia and the Web. Uses Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects. Taught by Tim Sorel.
Digital Storytelling Workshop - June 24-27, 2013 - $795
Four-day workshop to learn the basics of compelling storytelling and the skills to create multimedia/video productions using camera and computer. Uses Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Suite 6. Taught by Tim Sorel and Ted Spiker. For questions, email Kim Holloway.
The first Higher Ed Regional in Florida is set for April 22-and 23rd and will be held at the University of Florida in Gainesville Florida! April is a lovely time to visit the area, with temperatures usually in the 80s. The conference will be held at UF Emerson Alumni Hall, Gainesville, FL.
We have a number of opportunities, from workshops to session tracks to lightning-talks.
- Workshops: These 3 1/2 hour sessions are a great way to present an in-depth project and to give attendees a chance to get hands-on experience with you subject.
- Presentations: Talks and presentations will be approximately 40 minutes in length, and will be presented in three track sessions:
- Social Media and Content Strategy
- Design and Programming
- Web Governance and Best Practices
From November 1-5, 2013, the University of Florida will be the center of the science writing universe when it hosts ScienceWriters 2013 - the joint annual meeting of the National Association of Science Writers and the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing. More than 300 science journalists from newspapers, magazines, radio, television and online publications, as well as public information officers from some of the nation’s most prestigious scientific organizations and universities will spend five days in Gainesville learning about our university, our scientists and our region.
If you are interested in participating on things such as program development, campus tours, social functions and educational programs, please contact Joe Kays at email@example.com or 392-8229.
Also, keep up with ScienceWriters 2013 events through the website - www.sciencewriters2013.org and on Twitter at #sciwri13.