All writers need to know how to adapt to new technology and thrive in the new opportunities that it provides. This book provides readers with the nuts-and-bolts of scripting for an array of audio-visual (AV) projects, whether it be a simple slide show,
a multi-image presentation, a computer-based interactive program, or a major multi-area extravaganza. The book is very readable and would be extremely good for reference. Valerie Bragg, Principa, The City Technology College, Kinghurst, British Journal
of Educational Technology, Sept. 1992. - British Journal of Education Technology, September 1992

part ONE|22 pages

Your AV Career

chapter 1|3 pages

You: Scriptwriter

chapter 2|4 pages

Mapping the Field

chapter 3|12 pages

The Project Team

part TWO|83 pages

The Script: Parts and Process

chapter 4|8 pages

The Issue of Audience

chapter 5|10 pages

Ideas versus Media

chapter 6|6 pages

Concepts, Scripting, and You

chapter 7|8 pages

Developing Your Idea

chapter 8|7 pages

Getting It Across

chapter 9|8 pages

Hanging It Together

chapter 10|33 pages

Writing It Down

part THREE|158 pages

Working in the Specialties

chapter 11|50 pages

The Slide Show Today

chapter 12|16 pages

Linear Video/Film

chapter 13|82 pages

The Interactives

chapter 14|8 pages

Multimedia Shows

part FOUR|15 pages

Succeeding as an AV Scriptwriter

chapter 15|13 pages

The Things You Sell