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Preparing digital visual submissions for moderation
Digital and visual submissions can be supplied on CD-R, DVD-R disk or USB flash drives.
When preparing digital and visual submissions for moderation:
- only send the performances or work to be moderated
- for visual submissions complete Page 2 of the cover sheet below to clearly identify the student whose work is to be moderated
- use clean CDs, DVDs or USB flash drives
- remember to 'finalise' then check that disks can be read in other devices
- all common file format types are acceptable
- do not send Blueray disks, Hi8, DV or MiniDV tapes, or HD files.
- Apple Macintosh users must ensure that submitted files can be read easily on a PC.
- package materials carefully in bubble-wrap or similar packaging to avoid damage to CDs or DVDs
- check that a USB flash drive is secure to ensure that it does not get lost, e.g. in an envelope or taped to the cover sheet.
Strategies for successful student identification include:
- a personal introduction
- a voice-over introduction of the student
- placing all of each student's work in a folder named after the student e.g. 'ST'. Each file within the folder is named and numbered to indicate the sequencing of the work, e.g. 'ST1.jpg', 'ST2.jpg', etc
- submitting a student's work in the form of a PowerPoint presentation which clearly sequences images as separate slides in the slideshow. Written student evidence may be added as notes if PowerPoint is used.