2nd Bananas & 4th Walls: Using Film Effectively in Teaching & Learning – A Symposium sponsored by the Centre for Learning & Teaching

Poster13th May 2016   Atlantic House & Asa Briggs Hall Kensington Campus


Time Speaker Title


10:00 Dr Melodee Beals, FRHist, Loughborough University

Interactive Character Assassination: the Ethics of Historical Video Game Design


Chair: Dr Martin Brown

Asst. Prof Richard Bevin

Dr John Chua

Robin Horn

Murray Woodfield

Round Table Discussions  (Makers)

a mass in colour, black and white colours (Film trailers as alibi in Video Production)

Investigative research via video

Lighting and Blocking

The Scriptwriting Angle

12:30 Lunch

Chair: Dr Martin Brown

Dr Sune Bechmann Pedersen University of Gothenburg

Dr Sally Holloway

Dr Sara Chetin


Round Table Discussions  (Users)

Teaching Film & History

Putting the Enlightenment on television

Unpacking and analysing gender and film

14:30 Coffee
14:45 Sam Brooker

From Ansdell Street to YouTube in less than an hour: A Beginner’s Guide to Video Editing for Academic Purposes. How to digitally incorporate film into your lecture/presentation.


Hands-on in CNM

Using material from the morning symposium and industry standard software, participants will import, cut and assemble a video from this morning’s session, adding a music bed, cutaways and bumpers before uploading to YouTube. No prior knowledge or experience required.

16:30 – 17:00

Concluding Comments