DIGITAL OVERDRIVE INTERACTIVE (DOi)
This online resource is the ultimate guide for students in high school who want to learn about filmmaking, audio and graphic design. Imagine you and your students having complete access to an entire course at school, at home, on the bus or on vacation. It is now possible with the latest release. For a low annual subscription fee, you and your students can keep up-to-date with the latest information in this rapidly changing subject area. Teachers struggle with delivering the most current information to their students because resources are scattered around the web or are contained in instantly outdated printed textbooks.
One login for your school with unlimited users.
This version is loaded with everything! You will get all of these features PLUS anything else we develop during your subscription. And believe me, we are developing so much content! This delivery method opens the door for us to keep creating without boundaries.
Access to the secure Teacher Resource area that includes:
Used worldwide since 1997
1. History of Communications
2. Tomorrow's Technology
3. Communication Systems
4. Production Process
5. Video Cameras
8. Sound Design
9. Live TV Production
10. Film Theory & History
11. DSLR Video Production
12. Music Videos
13. Graphic Design & Publishing
15. On The Web
16. Career Explorations
18. Mobile Production
Learn from industry professionals
We've moved away from the pay one price model with this new edition. Why? It's quite simple. It will cost you less. We have moved all of our resources into one product. Teacher Resources, Video, Student Book, etc. have been combined into one package that delivers everything with no worries about updating.
1 Year: $249 (plus applicable taxes)
Ordering is easy to do. You will need to place your order with our exclusive distributor, The Learning Tree Educational Store at (905) 319-2690.
If you have questions, call us directly at (289) 799-9799. We will answer anything you need to know.
Digital Overdrive Interactive has been the recipient of several awards as well as the author.
From a small remote village in South Africa to the deserts of Qatar - the large urban centres of California to the rural areas of Virginia - and the mountains of British Columbia to the city schools of Toronto, Digital Overdrive is somewhere near you.
Currently over 250,000 students worldwide use the resource each year. Millions have used it since 1997 and millions more will in the future. It has become the premiere tool for students wanting to learn about cinematography, editing, graphics and sound design for film production in high school.
Digital Overdrive has been publishing student and teacher resources since 1997. That is a very long time. Our first resource was a coil bound, photocopied manual that was created to give teachers a reliable source of information for this emerging high school subject area.
The author, Dale Andrews BA, BEd., was teaching Communications Technology and quickly became an educational authority on the subject. Over the years, the resource grew and became very popular across Canada. In 2004, Dale took the resource to a new level by creating the first interactive eTextbook to successfully make it into the high school market. In fact, Follett Educational, the largest eBook distributor in North America at the time invited Dale to Chicago to showcase his work in the field to company vice presidents from across the United States. After the full day meeting, Follett declared that this small company from Canada was the leader in interactive eTextbook design.
Needless to say, Digital Overdrive Interactive exploded on the high school educational market and became the premiere tool for teaching in the Communications field. What makes the series so successful is the fact that the resource is created from an educational and professional point of view. With over 25 years of professional production experience and counting, Dale has been able to combine his leadership in education with his technological knowledge to create a product that has been recognized internationally for its excellence.
More recently, Dale has changed careers and moved into film production full-time as a Producer and Executive Producer. His award winning short and feature films have been screened at festivals around the world with one short recently premiering at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). The international award-winning short "Carved" was a collaboration with Fox Studios and Hulu. Check out his IMDB page here.
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