2nd Edition

Scripting for the New AV Technologies

By Dwight V Swain, Joye R Swain Copyright 1991
    318 Pages
    by Routledge

    318 Pages
    by Routledge

    All writers need to know how to adapt to new technology and thrive in the new opportunities that it provides. This book provides readers with the nuts-and-bolts of scripting for an array of audio-visual (AV) projects, whether it be a simple slide show,
    a multi-image presentation, a computer-based interactive program, or a major multi-area extravaganza. The book is very readable and would be extremely good for reference. Valerie Bragg, Principa, The City Technology College, Kinghurst, British Journal
    of Educational Technology, Sept. 1992. - British Journal of Education Technology, September 1992

    Preface, Acknowledgments, PART ONE · YOUR AV CAREER, PART TWO · THE SCRIPT: PARTS AND PROCESS, PART THREE · WORKING IN THE SPECIALTIES, PART FOUR · SUCCEEDING AS AN AV SCRIPTWRITER, Afterword, Glossary of AV Idiom, For Further Reading, Appendix: Useful Addresses, Index


    Joye R Swain, Dwight V Swain

    "we've been using this for some time, but it is woefully outdated."