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Subject:training video scripts From:Mary Howe <howe -at- KUHUB -dot- CC -dot- UKANS -dot- EDU> Date:Sat, 25 Nov 1995 09:19:55 -0600
In the last week I've had two people ask me if I could write scripts for
training videos (one for the health-care industry and one for
pharmaceuticals). Neither of these are immediate jobs, but both might
pan out. I need to do some research now on how to do this, in case I get
one or both of these jobs. Here are my questions:
1. Do you know of any books or other resources that discuss video
2. Do you know of any sources for training videos that I could look at?
I'm hitting the library today, and I know there are lots of videos on,
say, using a jigsaw, refinishing furniture, etc. So I'll see what I can
find, but if any of you have other ideas I'd appreciate them.
email address as of 12/15/95: thunder -at- idir -dot- net