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Running Video Assessments, MELSIG University of Nottingham


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Presentation by Ellie Kennedy and Helen Puntha, Nottingham Trent University
Student videos form the assessment for the online NTU Sustainability Certificate. Ellie and Helen will discuss how online video assessment works on the course and how videos made by last year’s course participants are being used to create sustainability-related materials for general teaching purposes.

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Running Video Assessments, MELSIG University of Nottingham

  1. 1. Using video to capture student learning: Running video assessments video Dr. Ellie Kennedy, Helen Puntha, Centre for Academic Development and Quality, NTU MELSIG – Creative Lecture Capture, Webinars and Screencasting 20th January 2015
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  3. 3. Learning Outcomes On completion of the certificate, you will be able to •demonstrate engagement with sustainability as a concept •interpret the theme of Food for thought and contextualise this through the subject of your degree course •devise an interesting, innovative, creative or perceptive means of displaying this concept to a wide audience 3
  4. 4. 4 The4Sessionsofthe Certificate Topic Aim Session One: Student experience of sustainability and food Engage students on a personal level Session Two: Sustainability and food in your discipline Facilitate disciplinary understanding of sustainability Session Three: Connections between disciplines; identifying challenges Facilitate interdisciplinary understanding of sustainability Session Four: Global and local solutions Identify disciplinary / interdisciplinary solutions to sustainability challenges Video Assessment Piece
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  6. 6. Video Awards Night Certificate Presentation Event
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  10. 10. 10 Waste not want not …
  11. 11. 11 Students as (Co- Creators of the Curriculum)…
  12. 12. Recycling/reusing student videos as teaching materials • Sustainability interns • Training workshop on aims of tutorial system (active learning in small groups) • Choose videos • Create drafts • Support with drafts • Finished versions available to all staff in learning room: 12
  13. 13. Challenges and Changes •Personal interaction •Sharing of work •Drop off rate •Videos as a basis for teaching materials •Video assessment mode 13
  14. 14. •‘The colours of waste’ by Alex Proimos is licensed under CC by 2.0’ • ‘The artist on a matchbox by Debora Ratliff is licensed under CC by 2.0’ 14 Attributions