Benefits of using digital media for training

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This presentation is for an NCRM event on 10th November 2009. The audience are interested in supporting their research method sharing using e-learning with digital media.

This presentation is for an NCRM event on 10th November 2009. The audience are interested in supporting their research method sharing using e-learning with digital media.

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  • 15mins slot between others showing their case studies of success thus far. Followed by a panel discussion in the afternoon. Theoretical and practical benefits of using such resources.
  • We offer a number of services but I’m here today to focus on using e-learning with digital media to support your training needs as creators and users.
  • About the JISC Digital Media service
  • We have well over 100 advice documents covering a wide range of topics and issues on our website. We have a FREE helpdesk to offer email/telephone support. Focus on our keywords. Oh and that’s our building entrance at Bristol University shot with a pinhole camera 2009.
  • About me – E-learning officer, previously Blackboard staff development support. Been workng with the web since 2001 and work includes freelance web design. Studied a related degree. My role is to support the FE/HE sector with anything related to e-learning around digital media I can also be found on the web at various locations, my delicious feed at over 2,500 bookmarks is probably the most useful.
  • Discussed on next few slides
  • This slide elaborate on why you may consider using digital media.
  • In context of what I know of your requirements, these are the primary areas of focus to support your audience
  • Each resource can be used for multiple delivery options (audio from a video session may be used standalone for example) IMS Content Package: format used to exchange learning objects
  • What makes a learning object, a resource, a module, a course successful? = goals and then measure. Reuse of material/events? Reducing barriers
  • More detail at http://www.disambiguity.com/make-it-measurable/
  • General guidance when using video.
  • We cover most of your potential requirements on our website http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/movingimages/docs/category/creating-new-digital-media/
  • Preparing material for use with Microsoft PowerPoint
  • How we can support your audio needs.
  • Forms required
  • Continued
  • Upload and share presentation material that can be embedded into your website. Our advice doc: http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/crossmedia/advice/slideshare/
  • Might be worth considering if access is required on mobile devices.
  • Free online support every other Wednesday 13:30-14:30 – just come online and ask away. http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/surgery
  • Thanks for listening or reading! Our service may be available to speak at further events, please get in touch with Sue Atkinson. This presentation is available online at http://www.slideshare.net/zakm

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  • 1. The benefits of using digital media NCRM e-learning event Tuesday 10th Nov Work-Based Learning for Education (WLE) centre
  • 2. THE FOCUS TODAY Develop research methods Provide training on these research methods How we can support you
  • 3. Provide advice and guidance predominantly to the Further and Higher Education community on the issues of creating , delivering and using still images, moving images and sound resources, together with managing digitisation projects.
  • 4. Provide advice and guidance predominantly to the Further and Higher Education community on the issues of creating , delivering and using still images , moving images and audio , together with managing digitisation projects.
  • 5. ABOUT ME e-Learning Officer learning & teaching Digital media Web design twitter.com/zakmensah Slideshare.net/zakm Flickr.com/photos/tribehut Delicious.com/zakmensah
  • 6. THEORY & BENEFITS
  • 7. WHY
    • Support wider audience
    • Each resource may add value
    • Increase return on investment
    • Measurable
    • Focus / concise
  • 8. USES
    • Interviews
    • Presentations
    • Walkthroughs
    • Preservation of material
  • 9. Reusable Learning Objects
  • 10. MEASURES OF SUCCESS
  • 11. MAKE IT MEASURABLE
    • Clear goal(s)
    • Success criteria Be specific
    • Qualitative research Ask chosen few
    • Increased listens views
    • Reduced support requests
    • Impact on future decisions
    http://www.disambiguity.com/make-it-measurable/
  • 12. Making Video
    • Go for solid-state memory e.g. SD cards (no tapes to capture!)
    • Look at free open source transcoders (e.g. Handbrake)
    • Retain original audio/video formats for preservation – transcode for delivery
  • 13. Guides to… Creating new digital media including:
    • Basic guide to shooting video for groups,
    • interviews, lectures/presentations
    • File types
  • 14. Presentations and PPT
    • Transcode to Microsoft formats if using MS PPT (e.g. Windows Media Video .wmv)
    • PPT links to video/audio so always keep media files with presentations
    • PPT can either automatically playback media, or wait for click
  • 15. How we support you
    • Production tips – making the best possible recordings
    • Post production advice – enhancing recordings, making them more accessible
    • Technical specifications – standards and good practice in production, delivery and storage
    • Advice on copyright issues
  • 16. Clearance forms
    • Rights for audio recordings based on musical copyright law
    • Rights held for
      • Performance
      • Recording
      • Intellectual Property
    • Wise to…
      • Ask subject to waive ‘all associated’ rights
      • include every possible future use of the resource
  • 17. Clearance forms
    • Model release/performers release
    • Remember other contributors (camera operator, editor) often covered if work is commissioned – but worth checking!
  • 18. SlideShare Upload and share presentation material
  • 19. Potential of mobile
  • 20. ONLINE SURGERY
  • 21. THANK YOU
    • Zak Mensah
    Zak Mensah (zak.mensah@bristol.ac.uk) www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk www.twitter.com/zakmensah iscmail.ac.uk/lists/jiscdigitalmedia.html (mailing list) 0117 331 4447