[Bf-education] Examples of complexity of text/video tutorials
tony.mullen at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 12:30:51 CEST 2008
There is no particular criteria for amount or complexity of tutorials.
The idea of the tutorial requirement is to demonstrate that the
applicant has the interest and ability to teach Blender to people, so
the only real criteria is that they demonstrate that. For example, one
applicant often makes brief, silent demos of totally new, undocumented
features, but those demos are so good that many people, even
developers, rely on them to begin understanding these features. Even
though they are brief, they are a huge benefit to the community. More
commonly, the video tutorials have either text or narration and are
aimed at training less experienced users some concrete skill.
If you think in terms of what kind of tutorial would be of use and of
interest to users trying to learn something new about Blender, then I
think you can't go wrong.
> I am wondering about minimal criteria for amount of content for
> tutorials for Instructor Certification.
> What areas should it cover and how complex a tutorial should be?
> Are there any tutorials from certified instructors available online to
> serve as example of complexity?
> Thank you.
> Yours sincerely,
> Alexander Zubov.
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