Title

Planning, Producing, and Evaluating Instructional Video

Streaming Media

Submission Type

Hands-on Workshop

Abstract

Video use is growing dramatically in higher education for lots of reasons. You can instruct, evaluate, critique, report, blend, flip with it. You can also flop with it. This session will feature Carleton College’s Dann Hurlbert (in person) and Credly’s and the University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Dr. Susan Manning (streamed live) as they discuss when and how to us video successfully.

If your goal is to use video better for either online instruction or blended learning, this session may be for you. Dr. Manning will give practical examples of how she uses video to instruct and connect with her students through online UWStout education courses. Dann will outline pedagogical uses for various video types, and he’ll provide tips and tricks for creating good instructional videos in the Arts, Languages, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics, and much more.

We’ll look at tools that work for quick screencasts and modest “studio-style” productions. After this presentation, faculty & staff will be able to plan for, create, and evaluate results from their own instructional videos. As with any good presentation, there will also be helpful handouts, healthy discussion, and some hands-on tech to try.

For a quick tour of some recent videos Dann has developed for both blended and online instruction, click here.

Session

Workshop

Location

Thomas 224

Start Date

5-17-2017 9:00 AM

End Date

5-17-2017 10:20 AM

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May 17th, 9:00 AM May 17th, 10:20 AM

Planning, Producing, and Evaluating Instructional Video

Thomas 224

Video use is growing dramatically in higher education for lots of reasons. You can instruct, evaluate, critique, report, blend, flip with it. You can also flop with it. This session will feature Carleton College’s Dann Hurlbert (in person) and Credly’s and the University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Dr. Susan Manning (streamed live) as they discuss when and how to us video successfully.

If your goal is to use video better for either online instruction or blended learning, this session may be for you. Dr. Manning will give practical examples of how she uses video to instruct and connect with her students through online UWStout education courses. Dann will outline pedagogical uses for various video types, and he’ll provide tips and tricks for creating good instructional videos in the Arts, Languages, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics, and much more.

We’ll look at tools that work for quick screencasts and modest “studio-style” productions. After this presentation, faculty & staff will be able to plan for, create, and evaluate results from their own instructional videos. As with any good presentation, there will also be helpful handouts, healthy discussion, and some hands-on tech to try.

For a quick tour of some recent videos Dann has developed for both blended and online instruction, click here.