Methods for engaging your students with media

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  • 4 minutesBefore presenting, open both the Workshop Presentation and the Video and Media Examples link in this course. During the presentation, you will go back and forth between the two applications. Welcome participants. Distribute Participant’s Guide.

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  • 1. Methods for EngagingYour Students withMedia
  • 2. 22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop,participants will be able to:Embed video and media in an onlinecourse.
  • 3. 33Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)Ajjan and Hartshorne from Universityof North Carolina conducted a studywith the following two questions:Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 4. 44Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)1. Are university faculty aware of thebenefits of using Web 2.0technologies to supplement thetraditional classroom instructions?Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 5. 55Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)2. What factors best predict faculty’sdecision to adopt Web 2.0technologies to supplement thetraditional classroom instructions?Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 6. 66Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)The study focused on three attitudinalcomponents:1. Perceived usefulness2. Perceived ease of use3. Compatibility (with teaching style)Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 7. 77Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)Findings• Efforts should focus on improving the perceivedusefulness, ease of use, and compatibility (withcurrent practices) of Web 2.0 applications, aswell as improving faculty’s self-efficacy withthese emerging tools.Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 8. 88Ajjan and Hartshorne (2008)Findings• “Best practices” models are needed to furtherfacilitate the adoption of these emergingtechnologies as tools for improving teachingand learning in higher education.Ajjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.
  • 9. 99Tool EvaluationAjjan, H., & Hartshorne, R. (January 01, 2008). Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empiricaltests. The Internet and Higher Education, 11, 2, 71-80.In your Participant’s Guide, use thefollowing criteria to evaluate each tool:☐UsefulnessEase of use☐Compatibility (with your teaching style)
  • 10. 1010Interactive Syllabus• Post on home page of course as ananimated flipbook• Encourages interaction• Provides statistics (number of views)flipsnack.com
  • 11. 1111Class Polls• Post on home page• Ask students for opinions andencourage commentsmicropoll.com
  • 12. 1212Countdown Timer• Post on home page• Gives a visual reminder of time left(e.g. due dates, exams, classevents)countdownr.com
  • 13. 1313Videos• Post relevant YouTube videos incourse content/lessons• Shorten YouTube videos with TubeChoptubechop.com
  • 14. 1414Demonstration Videos• Use to clarify a procedure orprocess• Use in grading to give audio/visualfeedback on assignmentsscreencast-o-matic.com
  • 15. 1515Demonstration Videos• Use to create short contentspecific vignettes that are narrated• Created on iPad• Generates embed code or linksscreenchomp.com
  • 16. 1616Comic Strip• Business English Instructor Example:• Offer an extra credit assignmentto students who create a comicstrip of commonly misused wordspixton.com
  • 17. 1717Digital Photos• Business English Instructor Example:• “Bad Signs” scavenger huntdiscussion board• Students use digital/cell camerasto capture images of incorrectlywritten public media
  • 18. 1818Audio Announcements• Make a course communication in yourown voice• Free “Phlogs” (phone blogs)• Record on computer or mobile device• Will generate voice-text transcription forfirst minute recordingipadio.com
  • 19. 1919Instructor Avatar• Customizable avatar• Record from text, phone, orcomputer microphone• Extensive “Educator” communityvoki.com
  • 20. 2020Which Tools WouldCompliment Your Course?☐UsefulnessEase of use☐Compatibility
  • 21. 2121Questions?ThankYou!