Presentation Title

Student Generated Screencasts and Videos for Learning and Assessment

Submission Type

20-minute Presentation

Abstract

This presentation will show how screencasting, video, and Google applications can be integrated within the learning environment for learning and assessment. With the accessibility of technology and skill level of 21st century learners, students are able to document their learning through the use of screencasting and video. Currently, students within a hybrid technology course, at a liberal arts higher education institution, are integrating their accessibility and technology skills within student centered Project Based Learning and student collaboration. Presenters will share the type of learning and assessment strategies with examples that harness the accessibility of technology and skill level of today's learner.

Start Date

5-23-2019 9:00 AM

End Date

5-23-2019 10:15 AM

Description

This presentation focuses on explaining how, a liberal arts higher education institution technology course utilizes and blends the digital literacy skills of screencasting and videos in supporting learning and assessment in the classroom. The 21st Century learners of today have access and skills in capturing their experiences using video. The presentation introduction will define screencasting and video capture and how these skills are integrated within Project Based Learning, prompting students to tap into higher order thinking. The second part of the presentation will review the learning and assessment strategies integrated within the course. Attendees will then be able to view assignments and final projects that demonstrate the students digital literacy. At the end of the presentation, attendees will then be able to ask questions.

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May 23rd, 9:00 AM May 23rd, 10:15 AM

Student Generated Screencasts and Videos for Learning and Assessment

This presentation will show how screencasting, video, and Google applications can be integrated within the learning environment for learning and assessment. With the accessibility of technology and skill level of 21st century learners, students are able to document their learning through the use of screencasting and video. Currently, students within a hybrid technology course, at a liberal arts higher education institution, are integrating their accessibility and technology skills within student centered Project Based Learning and student collaboration. Presenters will share the type of learning and assessment strategies with examples that harness the accessibility of technology and skill level of today's learner.