Hosting Virtual Classes? Isaac can help. As you venture back into the office, your media center might not be fully ready to return to in-person classes. One option is to offer virtual classes instead. First, you would want to identify which classes you can hold virtually. Use the “Class Reports” feature in Isaac to see what classes you’ve offered recently. You can then evaluate what will work as a virtual lesson. Classes that are mostly hands-on or involve multiple pieces of studio equipment might not be the best choice for a virtual lesson, like Studio Lighting for example. Classes about [...]
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Back to Work with Isaac Community media centers across the country are starting to return to work in-person. Here are a few of the ways that Isaac can help keep you organized throughout this transition to the new normal. Hosting virtual classes or webinars? Isaac can track attendance for you, making sure that your members stay on pace with their learning and progress even if it's from home. Some topics work better for virtual classes than others so class attendance can also help you make plans for the future. One option if your studio is still closed to the public [...]
Equipment Kits: A Staple of Isaac The current pandemic has made it difficult to create studio productions in the traditional way we're used to. Social distancing means we can’t safely fit the usual amount of people needed for a shoot into one studio, and we're not sure when our regular production processes will be able to resume. In order to help you adjust to this change, we at Isaac have been thinking about ways your members can still create broadcast-quality videos from home. One option is for media centers to create at-home camera kits for members. Choosing small, portable pieces [...]