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Student LMC Aides: Evaluation/ Self-Assessment

A guide for all student aides for the LMC

REFLECTION

Library Aide Reflection

Part 1:  Check the tasks you have done this quarter:

  • shelving books, DVDs, CDs, etc.

  • pulling books, DVDs, CDs, etc.

  • straightening books on the shelf

  • checking in books, DVDs, CDs, etc.

  • renewing books, DVDs, CDs, etc.

  • delivering notes

  • writing a book review

  • creating a book trailer

  • posting signs/ flyers

  • creating something from the makerspace/ what did you make? ______________________________________________________________________

  • making a book mark
  • making a READ poster
  • taking photos/ What event(s) did you photograph?

  • editing photos/ Using PhotoShop

  • creating Original Music

  • editing audio (like with Audacity or GarageBand)

  • creating a Library Display or Sign

  • filming Video

  • editing Video

  • using the green screen/ Chroma Key

  • setting-up and using a light kit

  • using stop-motion animation

  • recording a screencast

  • learning about software/ which software/ technology: _________________________

  • other: _______________________________________________________________

 

Part 2: Use the “Intro. to Broadcast” Quizlet site to define these Video terms

http://quizlet.com/9091834/intro-to-broadcast-journalism-terms-flash-cards/

B-roll

Nat Sound

Rule of Thirds

Ken Burns Effect

Lower Third

Talking Heads

In-The-Can

Raw Footage

Icebreaker

Nose Room (Talk Space)

 

Part 3: REFLECTION PIECE - Please answer in complete sentences

List the video(s) you helped make:



What was your favorite video to make this quarter and why?



What did you know about video before you started the quarter?



What did you LEARN about video this quarter?




Advice for the future: What would you have liked to have done differently?



What should future library aides know before deciding to sign-up to work in the LMC?

 

Have you been a TA for another teacher/ office before? Circle: Yes/ No

           If yes, how does this compare?



Anything else you’d like to add?