Audio slide shows

March 1, 2007 | By Jim Stovall | Filed in: journalism.

Web journalism students should learn how to produce an audio slide show.

These things are not easy to do in that they require students to select pictures for a slide sequence and write a script that will be recorded for that sequence. But they are certainly well within a student’s grasp.

This article on JPROF lays out some of the principles to following in producing an audio slide show.

There is also a practice assignment that students can use to learn how to select and sequence photos and how to write a script. The assignment includes pictures and information for a script.

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