FROM: Alan Levine, Vice-President of Development TO: Prospective Production Team RE: Production ProposalWelcome... Thank you for your interest in becoming a production team for Studio 1151. We are pleased to issue this formal Request for Proposal for our new wave of media productions or "Authoring Projects". The Studio sees these productions as a high priority item for education.
What are "Authoring Projects"? The projects provide an opportunity for faculty and students to work as a team to develop a viable technology-based product which can be used in a class or other areas of community college operations. The development will take place in the time span of one college semester. Studio 1151 provides a vast array of instructional design and technological expertise. The Studio plans to closely follow your progress for a later documentary project.
What's in it for you? As a team member you will participate hands-on in the entire media production process from content design, story boarding, writing, media production, editing, and publicity. You will get to use some of the latest media and computer technology as well as the Internet. At the end of the production phase, you will premiere your production at an event at your college.
Who is Studio 1151? We are a division of the Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (MCLI), Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona. The Studio has produced several productions in the area of instructional technology, and is an acknowledged leader in innovative multimedia design and Internet resources.
Proposal Details... Please refer to the enclosed Studio 1151 Request for Proposal Form. We will be looking for elements listed on the Project Concept Checklist. To have your proposal accepted, you must present it to our representatives before February 23, 1996.
Vice President of Development
Executive Project Coordinator
Naomi O. Story
tudio 1151 Guidebook by Karen McNally and Alan Levine
Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (MCLI)
Maricopa Community Colleges
URL: http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/ guidebook/letter.html