Posts Tagged ‘education’

StoryBoard Quick helps teachers engage students

StoryBoard Quick recently presented at the second annual Digital Connections Project (or “DigiConn”) of the Santa Cruz County Office of Education!  DigiConn’s goal is to connect students and teachers with digital media and project-based learning, and we at PowerProduction Software were excited to share our software StoryBoard Quick and to head some great hands-on projects! […]

Business Partner of the Year for Santa Clara Education

PowerProduction Software has cherished its role in the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) since we first started working with our local school system to promote access to technology for students.  We are committed to providing for students from our local county and nationwide, because this generation is the future of art, business, and […]

John Hart workshops with StoryBoard Quick

Last weekend, StoryBoard Quick was proud to sponsor the StudentFilmmakers.com pre-production workshop with John Hart!  Hart is an experienced director, writer, and artist who has created and taught pre-production storyboards for years. The attendees walked away with a wealth of information and advice from Hart, from the importance of previsualization to design elements to keep […]

PowerProduction supports SkillsUSA Nationals

PowerProduction Software has introduced many advancements in storyboarding software and we’re excited to be back at SkillsUSA for the third year in a row to help students in their pursuit of digital media education. “It’s amazing what these students can accomplish when given access to the advice and tools of professionals,” says Paul Clatworthy, CTO […]

PowerProduction helps educators in Santa Clara County

PowerProduction Software was recently featured in “Career Tech News” for the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Career Technical Education department! In the spirit of CTE, PowerProduction is dedicated to opening the door to filmmaking and technology!  We are invested in creating 21st century career choices, and hope that our contributions to the teachers will […]

StoryBoard Quick Storyboard Software via Universities and Film Schools

StoryBoard Quick storyboard software  is a pre-production leader in the film industry and is a critical part of planning major films and projects. When you’re developing the course syllabus for your university or film trade school class, be sure to include previsualization storyboard software.  It’s important to give today’s students an idea of what awaits […]

PowerProduction speaks on career education

As a committed partner of the Santa Clara County Office of Education, PowerProduction Software’s founder is participating in a panel for the Career Technical Education department.  On February 2, 2011, our founder will join executives and producers on a panel to help bring the reality of a technical career within grasp of students in Santa […]

StoryBoard Quick revisits the red carpet at AFI

For the second year in a row, StoryBoard Quick made an appearance at the prestigious AFI Fest.  The glitz and glamour of the film festival made our popular previsualization software shimmer among the international filmmakers, actors, and filming legends. PowerProduction Software sponsored AFI Fest as part of our continuing mission to support and educate new […]

StoryBoarding for Students

We at PowerProduction often talk about how invaluable pre-production is to the film making process, and how helpful our customers have found our storyboarding software. But we don’t always emphasize how students find our software applicable to different academic subjects.

Voting runs thru Dec 4

The 10 finalists in the “I am What I Learn” video contest are now available for viewing and voting at www.youtube.com/IamwhatIlearn. Voting to determine the three winning videos runs through December 4. The three finalists whose videos receive the most votes by December 4 will each win a $1,000 prize issued by the U.S. Department […]

Top 10 videos in the “I am What I Learn” Video Contest posted

If you’re curious about what America’s students are thinking about their education and what’s important to them, you can go to www.ed.gov and view the 10 finalists in the “I Am What I Learn Video Contest.”










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