DIY Video Creation for TeachingWed, 1/23/2019 | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM | Enarson Classroom Building 018
Participants in this session will be able to:
- Shoot—Gain the confidence needed to capture quality video with their mobile devices.
- Edit—Leverage available tools and resources to edit their media and make it their own.
- Deliver—Explore options for delivering their content and embedding it into their courses.
Student engagement has always been a challenge for instructors, whether face-to-face in the classroom or online. Tired PowerPoints, long journal articles and repetitive discussion posts are a sure way to give your students “dry text fatigue.” Whether you're looking to “flip” some of your lessons, liven up your lecture content or make some noise in your online discussions, video is a great way to break through to your students.
In this interactive workshop, ODEE staff will help you get started making videos on a shoestring budget. We'll cover tips and tricks for shooting video with your mobile devices, basic editing techniques using tools available to you on campus, and a review of the various options available to deliver your content to students.
Check out this intro video as an example of what you'll be learning how to create!
This is a BYOD (bring-your-own-device) event—bring your laptop/mobile device.
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