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  • 1. USING AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA IN YOURANGEL COURSEMichael J. Robertson, Ph.D.NCTC eLearning DepartmentAugust 2012
  • 2. OVERVIEW Initial thoughts Creating  Hardware  Software  General tips Uploading  Hosting services Embedding Questions, comments
  • 3. INITIAL THOUGHTS Students expect audiovisual media  Already immersed  YouTube  iTunes  Hulu  2010 & 2011 eLearning needs assessment  Downloadable or streaming lectures received highest score  Application  Videos  Introductions, lectures, feedback, etc.  Podcasts  Lectures, walkthroughs, feedback, etc.
  • 4. EXAMPLE
  • 5. EXAMPLE
  • 6. CREATING Hardware  Range of options  Inexpensive to high-end, novice to expert  Practical solutions  eLearning Department  Webcam  FLIP  Possible, additional hardware  SD card  Digital cassette  Cables  Lights  Stand
  • 7. CREATING Software  Moving beyond video capture  Range of options  Inexpensive to high-end, novice to expert  Practical solutions  eLearning Department  iMovie (Mac)  Windows (Live) Movie Maker  Virtual Dub (Audiovisual, open source)  Audacity (Audio-only, open source)  Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 8. CREATING General tips  Audiovideo: More informational bang for the buck  Audio-only: Can store more in short-term memory  Limit either format to 3-5 minutes if possible  Create bullet list of talking points and/or script  Practice, practice, practice  Explore YouTube and other sites for instruction  Search for your hardware and software  You will likely locate multiple tutorials and stories
  • 9. UPLOADING Hosting services  NCTC eLearning Department  SproutVideo  YouTube  Yahoo! Video  TeacherTube  Wikipedia list of video hosting services  Over 50 services listed
  • 10. EMBEDDING1. Once the video is online, you will see a string of text to the right of the word “Embed” on the page with the video. Highlight and copy all of this text.
  • 11. EMBEDDING2. With the “Embed” text copied, go to the Lessons tab of the ANGEL course where you are going to embed the video.3. Click the “Add Content” link at the top and choose “Page” from the list of items.4. Give the page a relevant title and, optionally, set dates on the Access tab if you do not want this video to always be available to students.5. Still in the settings of your newly created page, place your cursor in the “Page Text” box.6. At the bottom right of the HTML Editor will be a “Source” button – click it one time.
  • 12. EMBEDDING
  • 13. EMBEDDING7. With the Source button pressed, paste the text you copied from the video into the “Page Text” box.
  • 14. EMBEDDING8. With the text pasted in, click “Save” at the bottom left. That’s it! Your page will appear on the Lessons tab and you can click it to view the embedded video.
  • 15. QUESTIONS, COMMENTS http://www.nctc.edu/eLearning_Department/Digital_Video.aspx