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Podcasting St. Rose

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  • 1. How Video Podcasting Changed My Teaching Life: We’re Getting There! Clark Shah-Nelson, MyGermanClass.com, Coordinator of Online Education @ SUNY Delhi
  • 2. From 1994-1999
    • Denver Public Schools Distance Learning Network: Tele Deutsch: German via videoconferencing
      • How to motivate students?
      • “Low to no” budget videos
      • What was needed: camera & tri-pod
  • 3. Tele Deutsch: TV German
    • Not high on production values but:
      • Students respond to the CONTENT more than the production values
      • Students respond to humor
      • Edited in camera by planning before starting to record
  • 4. Disadvantages
    • Students see video only 1 time
    • No rewinding, pausing, reviewing
    • Student has no control of when, where, and how much to view the videos
    • Didn’t have sub-titles before…
  • 5. 2005: Video Hosting Arrives
    • YouTube, Blip.TV, Google Video, Revver, Veoh, etc. make it easy to upload and share videos
    • Free and simple Flash encoding and embedding
    • Higher quality, larger-sized Quicktime videos
    • Broadband allows for larger sizes
  • 6. Content is King
    • Instructors can make short simple videos – screencasts or with digital cameras
    • Students are creating media for projects
    • Subtitles are easier to add
  • 7. 2006: Podcasting in the Classroom
    • Students download videos to iPods and other mobile devices
    • They review and pause when needed – they’re in control of their video learning objects
    • Highly engaging content to today’s visually oriented students
  • 8. Example videos: Screencasts
    • Faculty Development and training
      • Asynchronous, any time, any place
      • Pause, rewind
    • Online courses: from Algebra to Zoology
    • Orientations for online courses
  • 9. Video Podcasting
    • Videos are the one of the most popular aspects of my online course
    • Students consistently praise using humorous videos
    • Students are downloading to portable devices and taking learning with them
    • Still done on low to no budget!
  • 10. Video vs. Lecture
    • College Nursing skills tests:
  • 11. Video Podcasting
    • How did it change my teaching life?
      • It enhanced my students’ learning experience with higher quality videos
      • It enabled me to more quickly and easily share videos
      • Easier accessibility due to auto-Flash encoding
      • Saves time
  • 12. Next steps…
    • Have students create media projects and podcasts
    • Students compiling their own learning resources from YouTube, etc.
    • Mashups and remixes by students
  • 13. Thank You!
    • Questions?
    • Clark Shah-Nelson, Coordinator of Online Education, SUNY Delhi CEO: MyGermanClass.com [email_address]