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MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
MOOC Video Tutorial
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MOOC Video Tutorial

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This presentation highlights some of our key findings out of producing >15 MOOCs during the past year. In a nutshell, let the teachers be the drivers and inform the design with empirical data.

This presentation highlights some of our key findings out of producing >15 MOOCs during the past year. In a nutshell, let the teachers be the drivers and inform the design with empirical data.

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  • 1. Video Production: do’s and don’ts ¨ Center for Digital Education Patrick Jermann http://moocs.epfl.ch MOOC overview | January 2014
  • 2. Editorial  Comi1ee   Course  Design   Studio The MOOC Applica'on   Course  Produc'on   Course   Coordination and partnerships 3-6 month Next call: spring 2014 Evaluation How to flip your class ? What assignments ? 3 month Record videos Prepare assignments 3-4 month Manage forums, assignments and face-to-face 7-14 weeks
  • 3. MOOC = Many different video formats •  Teaser. Promotional video. •  Lecture. Annotate and comment a slide presentation. •  Demonstrations. Comment of a technical setup / lab movie. •  + Interview / Discussion. N teachers discuss a topic, a student asks questions. •  + Hangouts. Live session which is streamed online. EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 3
  • 4. Rationale •  The teachers are the drivers •  We provide a template and •  •  teachers prepare their slides We coordinate the production We setup the studio and teachers record alone •  Supporting “Presence” •  Teachers’ image on the slides •  at the beginning and at the end Pointer and Invisible Hand Effect during explanations •  Inform design with research François Gallaire EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 4
  • 5. First of all, a human adventure Paolo Germano Yves Perriard EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 5
  • 6. Bilan Pierre-Yves Rochat Jean-Daniel Nicoud
  • 7. Name of the lesson Name of the course Prof. X & Prof. Y
  • 8. Welcome (Full Shot) EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 8
  • 9. Introduction / Summary (Split shot) ●  Salutation and Goodbye ●  Split Shot with professor + content ●  Look straight into the camera ●  Use this shot when you address the audience directly. For example when you salute, or when you say goodbye. ●  You have to know your text by heart. ●  Use it also to encourage, or for transitions, to conclude an explanation. EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 9
  • 10. Handwritten Content (Full shot) EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 10
  • 11. Production Coordination [ Gwenaël Bocquet ] Number of studio sessions EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 11
  • 12. Record   1.Edit   2.  Review   3.Audio  &   Color   4.Upload   5.Sub'tles   6.  Done  
  • 13. Record   Capacity calculation 1.  Edit   •  1 unit = 7-15 minutes •  1 unit => 1 hour studio •  1 unit => 4 hours editing 2.  Review   •  1 MOOC week = 5 units 3.  Check   •  1 week = 5 hours studio •  1 week = 20 hours editing 4.  Upload   •  1 MOOC = 7 weeks 5.  Sub'tles   6.  Done   10 MOOCs to produce in 3 month 10 man/months editing => 300% editor FTE for three month •  1 MOOC = 35 hours studio •  1 MOOC = 4 weeks editing EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 13
  • 14. Studio Design [ Gilles Raimond ] EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 14
  • 15. Studio Layout •  Silence •  Away from any traffic •  Insulating foam to absorb echoes •  Ventilation •  Flexibility •  Black, White, Green backdrops •  Mobile workbench with tablet computer •  Close to support team •  Large enough to shoot full shot •  Preparation and debriebing space EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 15
  • 16. 3 Source Ingest Solution Apple ProRes 422 (LT) Softron EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 16
  • 17. Centralized storage editing ARCHIVE BACKUP (32 TB) Editing Station 1 Editing Station 2 Editing Station 3 Editing Station 4 Backup (Fibre) 1 MOOC 3TB Final Cut Pro STORAGE (32 TB) EDIT (10 Ge) EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 17
  • 18. Cameras •  Currently using Canon XA25 •  Small and unintrusive form factor •  Easy setup •  Good studio picture •  SDI output •  XLR sound EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 18
  • 19. Prompter •  Advantages •  Helps anxious presenters •  Helps presenters with poor memory •  Disadvantages •  Requires careful preparation of text •  When prompter is too close •  presenter is seen reading Encyclopedic tone … EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 19
  • 20. The Invisible Hand effect [ Jeremy Rieder ] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agbe9B5l_VI EMOOCs 2014 | January 2014 20
  • 21. EPFL CEDE channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipzw_aFQOkg
  • 22. EPFL CEDE channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmLcxftaU5Q
  • 23. http://cede.epfl.ch EPFL – CEDE Center for Digital Education http://cede.epfl.ch Patrick.Jermann@epfl.ch +41 21 693 22 72

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