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Video in LTA workshop

  1. 1. Using Video in LTA Florence Dujardin 4 December 2013
  2. 2. Overview • Design considerations – Three i’s – Continuum of control • Practical skills – Types of video: beyond the talking head – Storyboarding – Managing YouTube videos
  3. 3. Frameworks
  4. 4. Design Decide what (sections) to use • “The pedagogical challenge faced by teaching staff and practitioners is… to design meaningful learning events.” (Young & Asensio 2002) Organise resources Review with learners in mind Integrate with learning tasks
  5. 5. Three i’s (Young & Asensio 2002) • Image – what kind of video? • Interactivity – what do you expect students to do? • Integration – what is the workflow?
  6. 6. Interactivity & workflow Pre-viewing Viewing Post-viewing • What to show? For how long? • Prepare students • Focus attention • In-class? Or offsite? • Keep students active – eg grid or note-taking • Discuss • Assess (quizz)? • Annotate? • e-Portfolio evidence? http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/movingimages/advice/using-video-in-teaching-and-learning/
  7. 7. Continuum of control Instructivist pedagogy – in classrooms Constructivist pedagogy – over networks illustrate pause/replay demonstrate use anywhere Tutor control Flipped classroom add value create annotate Learner control – student as producer
  8. 8. Smartphones give you (and your students) wings for video production Cochrane, T. & Bateman, R. (2010) Smartphones give you wings: pedagogical affordances of mobile Web 2.0. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26 (1): 1-14.
  9. 9. Video types and practicals
  10. 10. What kind of video? • • • • ‘Talking head’ Cut-out animation (eg L Lefever) Photo montage (eg Animoto) Recording procedures – drawing a diagram – dissecting • Screencast (software demo) – SPSS – Social bookmarking • Live meeting (eg Google hangout)
  11. 11. Talking heads Do you really want to? http://www.nngroup.com/articles/talking-head-video-is-boring-online/
  12. 12. Storyboarding Divide a page in 6 or 9 sections, and sketch out how the story unfolds. Give a sense of how the various screen-shots and props are used and sequenced.
  13. 13. Talking heads… with props • Your task? Storyboard this video retroactively. Include different types of props and headshots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HqvE6uye1Y#t=18
  14. 14. Your worksheet Think of a specific learning outcome, topic or activity that would be enhanced by using video. Then assess the suitability of various video formats to support learning outcomes and student engagement. Think student production too!
  15. 15. Visualizers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOy_OgjdYzE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dDjnqzEicg
  16. 16. Cut-out animations • For the camera-shy • Focus on objects rather than on speakers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-A1l4Jn6EY
  17. 17. Photo-montage (Animoto) http://animoto.com/samples/education/8omy0QSHvMn55l8nPPnZZQ
  18. 18. Live video (eg Google+) • Involve alumni or business people in the delivery of lectures by using live video links • Some quite famous people use it!
  19. 19. Screencasting • “a digital movie in which the setting is partly or wholly a computer screen, and in which audio narration describes the on-screen action” (Udell, 2005) http://bit.ly/1gBFFsi
  20. 20. Managing YouTube videos Playlists Subscriptions
  21. 21. Thank you. Any questions or comments?

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