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Stanton Elementary School Students

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 by Jeff Gray, KET

Ms. Sandy Coleman and her colleagues from Stanton Elementary, Powell County,  brought students to Lexington for a KET Media Lab workshop in Greenscreen Video Effects for Video – PCs and a tour of KET’s multimedia production facility.

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Here are some pictures of the students exploring the chroma key (greenscreen) effect using video editing software…

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If you’d like to bring public, private, or homeschool students to KET for a free
KET Media Lab multimedia production workshop and a tour of KET, please contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.

Elkhorn Crossing at KET Media Lab for Greenscreen Video Effects

Thursday, April 14th, 2016 by Jeff Gray, KET

DSC_0007a1Elkhorn Crossing student during a greenscreen effect activity at the KET Media Lab.

Teachers Johnna Scogin, Lindsay Hale, and Jordan Clemons brought students from Elkhorn Crossing School, Scott County, to KET’s Media Lab for workshops in Greenscreen Effects for Video Productions. They also attended KET workshops in Video Production and took tours of KET’s multimedia production facility.

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Students at Elkhorn Crossing, a special enrichment program high school in Georgetown, KY, work together in career-development “village” groups that integrate multimedia production into many classroom projects. At KET’s Media Lab, they explored how the Chroma Key or “greenscreen” video effect can be used to place students in any time or place to enhance video production projects — such as the portrayal of famous people from WWII for history projects. They saw, as in the example below, how easy it is to add documentary media information to a multimedia presentation using the greenscreen effect:

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If you’d like to bring public, private, or homeschool students to KET for a free
KET Media Lab multimedia production workshop and a tour of KET, please contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.

Berea Schools Students Edit Video at the KET Media Lab

Monday, April 4th, 2016 by Jeff Gray, KET

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Berea Community SchoolsCharlotte Haycraft, Christopher Preece, and Shane Richardson brought middle school students to Lexington on two days in March for KET Media Lab workshops in Basic Video Editing – pcs.

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Berea student visitors also took a tour of KET’s multimedia production facility.

If you’d like to bring public, private, or homeschool students to KET for a free
KET Media Lab multimedia production workshop and a tour of KET, please contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.


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