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    • 1. Why do you want to use video and audio as a medium? 2. What learning outcome(s) do you want to achieve using video and audio? 3. Who is your audience and what are their accessibility requirements? 4. Why do you want to stream video and audio on the web (rather than on CD for example)?Stage 1- What is the educational purpose ofyour streaming media?Adapted from: Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , LancasterUniversity, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    •  Image and Sound  Needs technical support  Interaction  On-demand availability  Integration  Important to link the video and audio to other media and course tools – part of “the whole”Stage 2. The Three ‘I’s educational focus quizAdapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , LancasterUniversity, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    • 1. From where will the students access the videos? 2. What are their connection speeds? 3. Which browsers do they use? Which media player? 4. Do all of your students hear sounds? Will closed captioning or a transcript be available? 5. Will your video and audio be broadcast live? 6. How many will access the video and audio simultaneously? 7. Will students access your video via a mobile platform such as a smartphone or tablet? 8. Will video include students? Photo release forms signed? 9. If media services are needed, have AV program proposal and AV production approach forms been completed?Stage 3. Technical and Implementation issuesAdapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , LancasterUniversity, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    • Group & Individual Photo Release Forms
    • Program Proposal Form
    • AV Production Approach
    • Media Services support may take extra time  High bandwidth needed  Good subject lighting  Subject filmed with video audience in mind  Good quality microphone & video capture cardImage  Access to a good quality camera and tripod& Sound  Editing software  High quality encoding using the most suitable format for student access  Large window size to view detail  Producing high quality images and sound may be time consuming  Accessible alternatives such as an audio description track or captions Stage 4. Comparing practical and educational requirements Adapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , Lancaster University, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    •  RealMedia format must be used for the UMOL streaming server – No videos uploaded to Blackboard  You will need access to all the development tools and resourcesInteractio  You may need permission before you can usen the other resources e.g. copyright (written permission from the copyright holder(s) is required before QCC can add video, audio, images or music to the web).  Good subject lighting  Accessible alternatives to the images and audio should be offered along with easily navigable and logically organized user controls Stage 4. Comparing practical and educational requirements Adapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , Lancaster University, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    •  Produce a single multi-bit rate stream covering a range of bandwidths(RealPlayer automatically adjusts to a user’s connection speed)  You will need technical skills to integrate other tools with videoIntegratio  Choose whether the integration of differentn media is to be done as an integral part of part of the editing or using a synchronization tool e.g. Microsoft Producer for PowerPoint, Movie Maker, iMovie  Consider what level of control you wish the student to have. Accessible alternatives to the visual and audio should be offered e.g. text, narrative, closed captioningStage 4. Comparing practical and educationalrequirements Adapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , Lancaster University, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    •  Consider the practical issues raised  Amend or expand proposal  Include as many details as possible  Create an overviewStage 5. Revise ProposalAdapted from Arsenio, M. (2004). The click and go decision tool: Towards inclusive and accessible visual literacies. , LancasterUniversity, England, UK. doi: University of Sheffield, School of Education
    •  Define the learning objectives  Identify what students need to do to achieve objective  Determine how to assess learning  Sequence the instruction  Create the storyboardDesign
    • { Storyboard Template { Completed Storyboard Storyboardshttp://www.makingmovies101.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/storyboards-template.jpghttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/81i85Gf4_pQ/UMdIXl0nIxI/AAAAAAAAASY/NylPFpkYhqM/s640/storyboard.jpg
    •  Review existing materials  Select appropriate methods & media  Develop new course materials  Validate the course materials  Develop the instructional planDevelop
    •  Implement the instructional plan  Conduct the instructionImplement
    •  Conduct evaluations  Assess data and revise as neededEvaluate