Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Presentation11
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Presentation11

460

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
460
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. The force was strong today The force was strong today I want this week be over I want this week be over Ready for dinner Ready for dinner On a roll today On a roll today I’ve seen better days I’ve seen better days Use the text tool to record your current mood state Use the text tool to record your current mood state
  • 2. Video
  • 3. Preparing for your trial • Send out your welcome email and any instructions for work to be completed prior to your Elluminate session (we will send out email details of you all tonight – remember to cc us in! • Email us names of anyone you want to add to the trial of your Moodle material • Make a time with us if you have not so far (see Doodle link)
  • 4. Strangers are coming! Strangers are coming!
  • 5. After your trial • Send us your completed peer review sheet for the Elluminate session • Send us the results of your survey (PDF) • Complete a short report on your trail
  • 6. Final Report • Progress with learners • Unexpected issues, difficulties in the online environment • Alterations, adaptations or enhancements Re-evaluation and adaption of delivery plan • Any additional support or help you require to enhance the delivery to your learners • Insights and examples of learner feedback • Implications of your experience with this delivery trial for e learning at your organisation • Any other issues of relevance
  • 7. Elluminate Playtime Help yourself during these times: • Fri 12th November 12pm – 4pm • Sat 13th November 12pm – 4pm • Sun 14th November 12pm – 4pm • Mon 15th November 2pm – 7pm • Tues 16th November All Day* SMS me to gain moderator access 0409317625
  • 8. Video Agenda • Video in Training • Video Options • Video Production • Video Editing
  • 9. About Video • Video files by trainers can provide a wide range of applications in the training environment and augment existing content delivery strategies. • Video files can be downloaded and played by learners from their computer, television sets, on portable mp3 players and mobile phones. • videos are highly transferable i.e. you can embed them on web sites/LMS/blogs/wikis for your students to view or embed them in PowerPoint
  • 10. Video in Training • Good for demonstrations and illustrating concepts, ideas and examples. • They can be supported by text, captions, diagrams, still images, descriptions, interviews and interactions.
  • 11. Video in Training You can use Video to support learners to think out and present workplace processes and work flows using video. When you create your our own videos as a group with learners as opposed to viewing 'others films', it enhances interactions and personalizes within the groups.
  • 12. Video in Training • Videos are good for illustration purposes. • They are supported by text and interactions. • 20 second video can replace a full page of text when trying to explain a detailed process • Use to highlight, freeze-frame or slow- motion an event/process • Using video to depict real scenario can make whole situation so much more engaging http://designing.flexiblelearning.net.au/gallery/activities/videosharing.htm
  • 13. Video in Training • Promote identification with job roles, contexts and workplace processes • Can be story driven (narrative) • Support a range of learner preferences (visual, reflective learners)
  • 14. Video in Training • Scaffolding activities using video ensures active learning – quizzes, decision making trees, scenarios, case studies and demonstrations can be enhanced by integrating video into the decision making and problem solving resources and examples available to the learner.
  • 15. Hardware • Video cameras are becoming cheap and ubiquitous. • Standard Definition • High Definition http://www.theflip.com.au/
  • 16. Locate Videos Search online video sites: http://video.google.com.au http://teachertube.com http://youtube.com http://www.videojug.com/ http://www.4videosharing.com/ http://www.metatube.net/ You are legally allowed to use other peoples online videos when you create your own videos provided they are licensed under a Creative Commons share-alike license.
  • 17. Capture Video •Firefox browser plug in (NetVideo Hunter) allows you to play and download videos embedded on websites you have visited http://netvideohunter.com/
  • 18. Sequenced still images A series of still images that clearly illustrate a task can be very effective. Photos can be assembled in PhotoStory & Movie Maker along with music and text and exported as a video http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalp hotography/photostory/default.mspx
  • 19. DEMO - Stills DEMO - Stills
  • 20. Video Formats •The AVI Format •The Windows Media Format •The MPEG Format •The MOV Format •The RealVideo Format •The Shockwave (Flash) Format •The Flash Video Format •The Mobile Video Format 3gp
  • 21. Video Formats •How will we deliver to our learners? •CD/DVD •Intranet/Internet – LMS/Blog/Wiki etc •Will the viewer need a plug in on their browser to watch the video? •These decisions influence the codec we will use to export the final video
  • 22. VLC Player http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
  • 23. •Video files, which, uncompressed, are HUGE •Codec's can take a very large video file that can’t be downloaded and make it into a file that can be “streamed” online •MOV •Flash Video (FLV) •h.264 •AVI http://www.zamzar.com/
  • 24. •Video files, which, uncompressed, are HUGE •Codec's can take a very large video file that can’t be downloaded and make it into a file that can be “streamed” online •MOV •Flash Video (FLV) •h.264 •AVI http://www.zamzar.com/
  • 25. •Converting Videos from one format to another http://www.squared5.com
  • 26. Exporting Video •free video converter, player, editor for Mac and Windows. •plays many movie files •convert MPEG •can encode movies to many formats, including iPod; •can cut, trim and join movies. •can download videos from YouTube and Google by entering the page URL. http://www.squared5.com/
  • 27. Camera Concepts • Zoom • Pan • Focus • Lighting • Storage System (DV Tape, HD, Disk) • Computer Capture (USB, Firewire, Bluetoooth) http://www.theflip.com.au/
  • 28. Framing • Headroom & Looking Space • Interview position
  • 29. Software • Edit – Trim, Audio • Export to variety of formats • Compress
  • 30. Embedding Video
  • 31. Trouble PCPC MacMac Movie Maker Movie Maker iMovieiMovie MOV MPEG4 MOV MPEG4 WMV AVI WMV AVI
  • 32. Video Work Flow Shoot Video Edit and Convert File (if necessary) Edit and Convert File (if necessary) Add Transitions Titles Audio Voice Over Add Transitions Titles Audio Voice Over Export (Convert) Compress Export (Convert) Compress TestTest Publish to LMS, Blog, Website, Web 2
  • 33. DEMO - Video DEMO - Video
  • 34. Embedding Videos into Moodle Demo •Some practice files are at http://www.yum.vic.edu.au/TEMP/moodle/media/
  • 35. POV • Point of view (POV) devices, such as camera glasses and video cameras, are an emerging technical innovation in the vocational education and training system. • allows trainers to create re- usable cost effective learning resources as well as enable learners to demonstrate skills
  • 36. Mobile Video • Record with your students mobile phone video camera • Bluetooth transfer to computer and publish • Email to Ning, Facebook , Blog, Wiki etc
  • 37. Next session Tuesday 16th November 2010
  • 38. Thank you for playing

×