A Review of Our November 2015 Workshop in Bangor

By Lizi Hesling

A short blog on our Breaking the Barriers workshop at Bangor University, held in November 2015. The blog includes recordings of our presentations, some of the videos made during the workshop, and links to further information.

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April 2015 Workshop Review

By Lizi Hesling

Last week’s Breaking the Barriers workshop was our first-ever two-day training event, reformatting and bringing together the content of last year’s production and post-production workshops. Held at Aberystwyth University, we had a good turnout of local academics and staff, most of whom were new to CADARN and to making videos.

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A Review of Our Two December Workshops

By Lizi Hesling
December Workshop

It’s been a busy few weeks for the CADARN production team. Hot on the heels of our first post-production workshop in November (which you can read about here), we’ve visited Glyndŵr University another two times to deliver our full set of two production workshops. The first, which was held last week, was our “Production: From Starting Out to Shooting” workshop, and the second, held earlier this week, was a repeat of our “Post Production: From Footage to Final Cut” workshop. These two full-day sessions are designed to be held together, and we were trying this format out for the first time.

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A Review of our Post Production Workshop

By Lizi Hesling
Post Production Review

CADARN’s first post-production workshop last week was another stride forward for the project. As only the second workshop we have given, it was very much based on the learnings and feedback gleaned from our first workshop back in September 2014. Designed as one of two full-day workshops on video production that we plan to run together at intervals over the coming year, it also follows a format that our September workshop helped us settle on.

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Muscle Anatomy, Motion Capture & Animation in Sports Science

By Matt Cawte
Muscle anatomy visualisation for Sports Science

The project started after I created a rough animation of a man running on a tread mill to display basic muscle anatomy. I decided to make this as an example of a possible educational resource for The Cadarn Learning Portal. The first version was a fairly simple human model running in situ with no skin, so the basic muscle structure could be seen. I thought this would be a good example of how animation could be used to display a system at work.

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Breaking the Barriers Workshop Review

By Lizi Hesling
Lizi Presenting

CADARN’s first educational media production workshop last week was a big day for the project. The culmination of weeks of work by our small production team, it went very smoothly and provided us with a great many learnings. By all accounts, it was also a fun and informative day for the 15 people who attended. The workshop was a great chance for me to put names to faces, as most of those attending were people who have been closely involved with the project since it began. With representatives from all our partner universities, including Aberystwyth, Bangor, Grwp Llandrillo Menai, Glyndwr, and the Open University of Wales, it was a good spread.

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