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Increasing Engagement with
Video and Multimedia
PHOTO OPTION
About Wilmington University…
•Private, non-profit university
•Main campus and graduate campus located in New
Castle, DE
•O...
Why Video and Multimedia?
•Online platforms are not using multimedia to
its full potential. (Learninghouse.com, 2014)
•An ...
WilmU Multimedia Tools
•Kaltura – Instructor-created video in
Blackboard
•Swivl – Do-it-Yourself Lecture Capture
•Collabor...
How We Use Video for Instructional Content
• Guest Speakers, Lecture Capture, Faculty Screencasts and Webcasts
Video Announcements
Video Announcements
Video Discussion Boards
• Why Lecture Capture?
• There is evidence that lecture capture
technology increases student attendance and
academic perfo...
Video Lectures With Swivl
• Instructors set up the Swivl
in class
• Record lecture segments
by topic (shorter is better!)
• Send them to Kaltura
• A...
Video Lectures With Swivl
Video Lectures With Swivl
Video Instruction-Beyond the Classroom
Web Conferencing with Blackboard Collaborate
Web Conferencing with Blackboard Collaborate
Synchronous Hybrid Webinars
Doctoral Dissertation: Live from Iraq
Highlight Video of Major Rajchel’s
Doctoral Defense:
www.tinyurl.com/livefromiraq
Help!?!
Newest Project: Portable Multimedia Lab
Learn more…
wilmu.edu/multimedia
multimedia@wilmu.edu
References
• Wilson, T. (2014, March 21). Faculty Videos and Games:
Enhancing Student Engagement and Performance.
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Increasing Engagement with Video and Multimedia

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Russ Lichterman, Wilmington University's Multimedia Manager, http://wilmu.edu/multimedia, shares how to increase student engagement with video and multimedia. This presentation was first shared at the 2015 Northeast e-Learning Consortium, http://northeastelearning.org/2015-archives/. The online instructor often struggles with creating dynamic content and engaging students effectively. Online courses frequently rely on journal articles, textbook sections, and discussion boards as their foundation, but when the instructor and students are faceless entities on the other side of a computer screen students can lose the connection they would have in a face-to-face environment. At Wilmington University we strive to add synchronous and asynchronous multimedia and video pieces to as many online courses as possible to provide a richer online experience. Using Blackboard Collaborate and other multimedia tools we attempt to create a rich, dynamic environment for online learners. This session will share tips, tricks, tools, and examples to take online courses to the next level.

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Increasing Engagement with Video and Multimedia

  1. 1. Increasing Engagement with Video and Multimedia PHOTO OPTION
  2. 2. About Wilmington University… •Private, non-profit university •Main campus and graduate campus located in New Castle, DE •Over 20,000 students at 14 locations + Online •37% of students take at least 1 online course
  3. 3. Why Video and Multimedia? •Online platforms are not using multimedia to its full potential. (Learninghouse.com, 2014) •An Arizona State University study in March 2014 found a direct correlation between course grades and students viewing faculty- created videos. (Wilson, 2014)
  4. 4. WilmU Multimedia Tools •Kaltura – Instructor-created video in Blackboard •Swivl – Do-it-Yourself Lecture Capture •Collaborate – Web Conferencing
  5. 5. How We Use Video for Instructional Content • Guest Speakers, Lecture Capture, Faculty Screencasts and Webcasts
  6. 6. Video Announcements
  7. 7. Video Announcements
  8. 8. Video Discussion Boards
  9. 9. • Why Lecture Capture? • There is evidence that lecture capture technology increases student attendance and academic performance. (Education Advisory Board, 2015) • The most important factors for considering a lecture capture technology are cost and ease of use. (Education Advisory Board, 2015) Do-It-Yourself Lecture Capture
  10. 10. Video Lectures With Swivl
  11. 11. • Instructors set up the Swivl in class • Record lecture segments by topic (shorter is better!) • Send them to Kaltura • Add to Blackboard Courses How does it work?
  12. 12. Video Lectures With Swivl
  13. 13. Video Lectures With Swivl
  14. 14. Video Instruction-Beyond the Classroom
  15. 15. Web Conferencing with Blackboard Collaborate
  16. 16. Web Conferencing with Blackboard Collaborate
  17. 17. Synchronous Hybrid Webinars
  18. 18. Doctoral Dissertation: Live from Iraq Highlight Video of Major Rajchel’s Doctoral Defense: www.tinyurl.com/livefromiraq
  19. 19. Help!?!
  20. 20. Newest Project: Portable Multimedia Lab
  21. 21. Learn more… wilmu.edu/multimedia multimedia@wilmu.edu
  22. 22. References • Wilson, T. (2014, March 21). Faculty Videos and Games: Enhancing Student Engagement and Performance. Retrieved from https://teachonline.asu.edu/2014/03/faculty-videos-and- games-enhancing-student-engagement-and-performance/ • Learninghouse (2015). Equal Opportunity in Higher Education: Understanding Rigor and Engagement Across Learning Modalities. Retrieved from http://www.learninghouse.com/ocs2014_supplement/ • Education Advisory Board (2015). Lecture capture technology: Considerations for effective and low-cost lecture capture options. Retrieved from The Advisory Board Company

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