Video in Teaching and Learning – A two-part series
Part 2: Creating your own videos
If you are interested in creating videos for your own teaching, this course will help! We will explore the practical and hands-on aspects of making different types of videos in this course, including how to storyboard, tips and tricks for production, and how to record yourself. It will also look at the different ways you can share and license your videos, so you can decide who can access and use them. Finally, this course will share strategies on how to integrate the videos you create into your teaching practice so that they are a valuable learning tool for students.
This course Is Part 2 of a series on Video, with Part 1 investigating why and how video can be used for university teaching and learning. In Part 1, we discuss what makes an effective educational video and explore types of video formats for different disciplines. You are welcome to sign up for either or both of the courses.
This course will run from Monday, 4 September to Friday, 8 September 2017, with one short blog post on each day. There will be some material for you to work through and a short activity, which should take you 10-15 minutes in total.
- Day 1: Storyboarding and planning your video
- Day 2: Production tools and tips
- Day 3: Recording yourself
- Day 4: Sharing, access, and copyright
- Day 5: Integrating video into your teaching
Join us for a face-to-face session
Friday, 8 September, 12-1pm, Chancelry Building #10, 10 East Road - meet in the Lobby
We invite you to a hands-on session where you can learn more about and practise presenting on camera in the SCAPA Professional Media Studio. Jamie Kidston from SCAPA will also be on hand to share his tips. Please RSVP to: Karlene.firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend. View the campus map for directions.
All are welcome
We welcome all staff, including tutors, demonstrators, professional staff, and academics at the Australian National University to join us, as well as colleagues at other institutions. Professional development recognition is available for all ANU staff through HORUS. Log in to HORUS, and find the course called AOC009 – “Video in Teaching and Learning: Creating your own videos” under the Training Catalogue. To receive recognition, you will be required to post a comment on every blog.
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Sherry is the Learning Management Technology Specialist in ANU Online. Her experience of supporting Educational Technologies includes the design, development and delivery of training materials, providing face-to-face training, writing training materials and building online resources. She is also involved in Wattle support and the helpdesk.
Prior to ANU Janene worked at UNSW Canberra as a Flexible Learning Developer and Trainer. Her enthusiasm for online education developed through the running of online information literacy sessions while working as an Outreach Librarian at UNSW Canberra. Within her current role, Janene trains lecturers in using Moodle and creates Articulate Storylines for various projects. Janene has a background in visual arts, working as a practising and exhibiting artist.
Jill has worked for many years in Vocational Education and Training in a TAFE environment in Western Australia. For the last three years she worked at Kimberley Training Institute, in Broome, Western Australia, as their e-Learning Coordinator. Jill is now a happy member of the ANU Online team.
Rebecca Ng is a Learning Technologist with the ANU Online team. She describes herself as a “partial cyborg” as she believes that technology has changed the way she thinks and approaches her daily life. More importantly, it has changed the way we perceive and learn. Hence, she is interested in researching new pedagogical approaches that can effectively integrate different technologies to support higher education.
Katie advises academics on eLearning design and initiatives, researches innovative solutions in education technology, creates digital media resources, and trains staff on Wattle (Moodle) learning management system and other digital tools for teaching and learning. She is also a researcher in education technology and digital communication.
Karlene Dickens is a Learning Technologist within the ANU Online Team. Karlene is an experienced trainer and has facilitated numerous face to face and online training sessions within corporate, community and university environments. Prior to ANU Online, Karlene worked at the Centre for Mental Health Research at the ANU, supporting mental health clinicians to use online mental health resources with their clients.
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