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  • 1. John Rinnert<br />jrinnert@ku.edu<br />864-2603<br />The Evo and Devo of Presenting Online<br />or…a bunch of ideas, some of which might work for you<br />
  • 2. What we Hope/think/know we know<br />“Ultimate effectiveness…does not depend on how ‘high end’ the solution is, but rather, how it meets instructional needs”<br />When students are held accountable for content online, instructors free up class time for active learning (discussions, interactive exercises)<br />Personalizing online content is viewed positively by students<br />Being able to access content online is “valuable to coursework, especially during the revision process and when they need to review a concept”<br />Posting content online has not proven to cause a noticeable impact on class attendance<br />
  • 3. What’s the goal?<br />In simple terms, pursue solutions and media which allow students to increase preparation before a class session…<br /> …and assist with retention after class…<br />…and (most importantly?) facilitate engagement with the content in meaningful ways<br />Profit!<br />
  • 4. Breakdown of Three Sharing tools<br />PowerPoint<br />beyond posting a PPT file<br />Screen Capture<br />active desktop or workspace<br />Short Video Sequences<br />providing examples, tutorials, etc<br />
  • 5. Powerpoint strategies<br />The inefficiency of posting PPT files – convenient for you, but might be a pain for student<br />Advantages to uploading “view-only” version<br />Posting PDF Handouts<br />Before class / after?<br />Notes included? Student/GTA’s notes?<br />
  • 6. Presentation as a slide show<br />Slideshare<br />Google Docs<br />Windows Live<br />
  • 7. PowerPoint Strategies<br />Narrated PowerPoint<br />Software<br />Adobe Connect<br />Adobe Presenter (delivered via Connect)<br />Camtasia / Jing<br />Hardware<br />headphones<br />microphone<br />
  • 8. Screen capture<br />From any desktop computer<br />Software<br />Adobe Connect<br />Adobe Captivate<br />Camtasia/ Jing<br />
  • 9. Short Video Sequences<br />Informal Recordings<br />Weekly previews or reviews<br />Personalized feedback<br />Edited Recordings<br />Examples & Tutorials<br />Lab/Class Preparation<br />Virtual Tours<br />
  • 10. Other Topics to consider<br />Student Projects<br />Podcasting<br />Sharing Published/Produced Content<br />Copyright Issues<br />
  • 11. supporting links<br />https://deltawire.delta.ncsu.edu/research/lecture-capture-%E2%80%93-annotated-bibliography/<br />http://teaching.uncc.edu/resources/tip-sheets/lecture-capture<br />http://jolt.merlot.org/vol5no3/rose_0909.htm<br />http://cgi.stanford.edu/~dept-ctl/cgi-bin/tomprof/posting.php?ID=1042<br />http://www.opencastproject.org/project/publications_related_coursecastingpodcasting<br />http://www.yorku.ca/rowston/AERA2011final.pdf<br />http://www.crlt.umich.edu/inst/additionalresources.php<br />http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2972522/<br />

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