Introduction to Adobe Premiere 574

Small-Group Faculty Introduction to Adobe Premiere

Whether you’re in communications, the arts, or science and engineering, expressing your work through multimedia is becoming a critical skill. Pitching a new idea? Presenting your research? Video can add persuasive power to how you present your story.

DL&I is pleased to offer the first small-group training for faculty on the leading video editing software, Adobe Premiere. This brief introduction will show you the basics of this powerful software tool, which is now available to all BU faculty at www.bu.edu/tech/adobe (you may be eligible for a BU-sponsored license).

Register today!  Space is limited to four faculty members for this small-group training.

Introduction to Premiere
Beginner Level
April 9, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
141 Bay State Road, Conference Room 104

Adobe Premiere is the leading video editing solution. Come and get a basic understanding of the components, workflows, and the fundamental concepts of editing videos. You will bring your own laptop (preloaded with ACC) and engage in importing media (video, audio, still images), creating a sequence, and exporting the final product into an MPEG4 file which can then be uploaded to MyMedia.

This workshop is offered to BU instructional staff (faculty, instructors) and is limited to four (4) participants due to the intense nature of the topic.

The instructor, Bob Heim, is a media professional with over twenty years of experience and works as an Instructional Media Producer at Digital Learning & Innovation.

Secure your seat and sign up now!