Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Computer Science MOOCs: a
Methodology for the
Recording of Videos
Manuel Castro, Mercedes Alonso-Ramos, Sergio Martin, Mª ...
Our experience in MOOCs
MOOC Platforms
 Miriada X: 2 MOOCs
 UNED Abierta: 2 MOOCs
 unX: 3 MOOCs
 WePrendo: 3 MOOCs
 Main features:
 Spanish ...
MOOCs in Miríada X
App development and entrepreneurship with App Inventor
 April 2015 – June 2015
 Mobile development fo...
MOOCs in unX
App development and entrepreneurship with App Inventor
 October 2012 – June 2014
 Mobile development for us...
MOOCs in WePrendo
P2P communication for App development and entrepreneurship: AllJoynt
 September 2013 – June 2014
 Mobi...
MOOCs in UNED Abierta
Open data practical course: Business opportunities linked to open data
 October 2012 – December 201...
• Three level of certification
• Badge (free)
• Digital certificate (paid – 15€)
• Diploma (paid – 50€ - and requires on-
...
Module
Video 1
Quiz 1
Video 2
Quiz 2
.....
Video N
Quiz N
Additional resources (external)
P2P Module evaluation (project)
...
IN-CLOUD project
Interviews and showcases
 Give evidence of the use of cloud computing
Training session
 Didactic units ...
How to record them?
 Screencasts for both interviews and didactic
units
 It offers educators a quick and easy way to
pro...
Requirements:
 Proposed editing software: Camtasia
 Pros:
 Easy to use
 3 channels: screencast + webcam face recording...
Requirements:
 Proposed editing software: Camtasia (30 days free trial)
 Other free options but with less features:
 No...
Proposed models for
interviews
1. One-shot video interview with interviewer
Proposed models for interviews
Technology involved:
 Camera
 Microphone
Fea...
2. One-shot video interview without interviewer
Proposed models for interviews
Technology involved:
 Camera
 Microphone
...
Technology involved:
 Camera
 Microphone
 Camtasia
Features:
 Interviewer appears partially
 Requires 2 takes: expert...
Technology involved:
 PC or smartphone for expert
 Camtasia for screencasting
Features:
 No need of microphone or camer...
Recommended model: the easiest
• Device: Laptop
• Microphone: USB mic (Snow Ball)
• Software: Camtasia (Screencast)
• Devi...
Proposed models for video
lectures
1. Powerpoint-based video-lectures
Technology involved:
 Camtasia
 Microphone
Features:
 Good for theory
https://www.yo...
2. Screencast video-lectures
Technology involved:
 Camtasia
 Microphone
Features:
 Good for practice: show how to code,...
Our method
1. Write a very good sript using close language
2. Screencast video and audio following the script
3. Cut begin...
Guidelines for Screencast
video lectures
Step 1. Clean up your desktop
Icons, applications, background, etc. Avoid possible distractions!
Step 2. Write a script to ensure…
 Your video includes everything you want
 Your language is exact and concise
Step 3. Do a practice run
 If you are using any tool or web site, practice first so
you don’t get unexpected results
 Do...
Step 4. Record the best audio possible
Use an USB microphone:
…and…
Step 5. Include yourself in the video
 But not all the time! It gets boring.
 Suggestion: only at beginning and end
Computer Science MOOCs: a
Methodology for the
Recording of Videos
Manuel Castro, Mercedes Alonso-Ramos, Sergio Martin, Mª ...
EDUCON16 "Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos" by Manuel Castro. UNED. 11/04/16.
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

EDUCON16 "Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos" by Manuel Castro. UNED. 11/04/16.

485 views

Published on

EDUCON16 "Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos" by Manuel Castro. UNED. 11/04/16.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

EDUCON16 "Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos" by Manuel Castro. UNED. 11/04/16.

  1. 1. Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos Manuel Castro, Mercedes Alonso-Ramos, Sergio Martin, Mª Jose Albert, Belen Moriñigo, Miguel Rodriguez-Artacho, Dario Assante mcastro@ieec.uned.es / http://es.slideshare.net/mmmcastro/
  2. 2. Our experience in MOOCs
  3. 3. MOOC Platforms  Miriada X: 2 MOOCs  UNED Abierta: 2 MOOCs  unX: 3 MOOCs  WePrendo: 3 MOOCs  Main features:  Spanish speaking countries  Videos  Communication between students  P2P evaluation  Community + social gamification (Karma, badges)  Content collaboration
  4. 4. MOOCs in Miríada X App development and entrepreneurship with App Inventor  April 2015 – June 2015  Mobile development for users without technical knowledge for Iberoamerica Augmented Reality App development and entrepreneurship with Vuforia  April 2015 – June 2015  Innovative Augmented Reality apps for unemployed people in Spain
  5. 5. MOOCs in unX App development and entrepreneurship with App Inventor  October 2012 – June 2014  Mobile development for users without technical knowledge for Iberoamerica App development for STEM teachers with App Inventor  October 2013 – June 2014  Mobile development for STEM teachers without technical knowledge for Iberoamerica Augmented Reality App development for STEM teachers with Vuforia  October 2013 – June 2014  Innovative Augmented Reality apps for STEM teachers in Spain
  6. 6. MOOCs in WePrendo P2P communication for App development and entrepreneurship: AllJoynt  September 2013 – June 2014  Mobile apps with P2P communication App development and entrepreneurship through context-aware services: Gimbal  September 2013 – June 2014  Mobile development with context-aware services Augmented Reality App development and entrepreneurship with Vuforia  May 2013 – June 2014  Innovative Augmented Reality apps for unemployed people in Spain
  7. 7. MOOCs in UNED Abierta Open data practical course: Business opportunities linked to open data  October 2012 – December 2013  Research about Open and Linked Data Electronics experimentation with a remote laboratory (VISIR)  April 2013 – June 2014  The first international MOOC published with a remote lab  Experimentation with real analogue circuits through the Web using a remote lab for electronics
  8. 8. • Three level of certification • Badge (free) • Digital certificate (paid – 15€) • Diploma (paid – 50€ - and requires on- campus exam) Certification model
  9. 9. Module Video 1 Quiz 1 Video 2 Quiz 2 ..... Video N Quiz N Additional resources (external) P2P Module evaluation (project) Module structure
  10. 10. IN-CLOUD project Interviews and showcases  Give evidence of the use of cloud computing Training session  Didactic units technical production Languages:  English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Greek  Partners of the project
  11. 11. How to record them?  Screencasts for both interviews and didactic units  It offers educators a quick and easy way to produce 'show and tell' style video — great for explaining and illustrating a range of subjects
  12. 12. Requirements:  Proposed editing software: Camtasia  Pros:  Easy to use  3 channels: screencast + webcam face recording + audio from mic  Cons:  Paid licence (but not expensive) Screencast video lectures Powerpoint-based video lectures Skype-based interviews Laptop-based interviews Used for:
  13. 13. Requirements:  Proposed editing software: Camtasia (30 days free trial)  Other free options but with less features:  No screencast and webcam at the same time  No video editing Educational licence
  14. 14. Proposed models for interviews
  15. 15. 1. One-shot video interview with interviewer Proposed models for interviews Technology involved:  Camera  Microphone Features:  Easiest way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GClHiEuRj_s
  16. 16. 2. One-shot video interview without interviewer Proposed models for interviews Technology involved:  Camera  Microphone  Camtasia to include questions with black background before answers Features:  No interviewer. Questions using text  Allows cutting and editing: More preparation of answers Future? New trends?
  17. 17. Technology involved:  Camera  Microphone  Camtasia Features:  Interviewer appears partially  Requires 2 takes: expert (answers)+ interviewer (questions) or questions added by text with black screen  Allows cutting the interview 3. Two-takes video interview with interviewer Proposed models for interviews
  18. 18. Technology involved:  PC or smartphone for expert  Camtasia for screencasting Features:  No need of microphone or camera  No need of being physically together  Allows cutting the interview 4. Skype video interview Proposed models for interviews
  19. 19. Recommended model: the easiest • Device: Laptop • Microphone: USB mic (Snow Ball) • Software: Camtasia (Screencast) • Device: Laptop • Software: Camtasia (Screencast) or TIP: Use the same things than in the video-lecture production process
  20. 20. Proposed models for video lectures
  21. 21. 1. Powerpoint-based video-lectures Technology involved:  Camtasia  Microphone Features:  Good for theory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q-JKBEwNy4
  22. 22. 2. Screencast video-lectures Technology involved:  Camtasia  Microphone Features:  Good for practice: show how to code, config a tool, navigate through web sites, etc.
  23. 23. Our method 1. Write a very good sript using close language 2. Screencast video and audio following the script 3. Cut beginning and end of screencast so that it starts and ends where you want (Optional) 4. Add beginning and end screen with name and title (just in case it’s not a powepoint-based video-lecture)
  24. 24. Guidelines for Screencast video lectures
  25. 25. Step 1. Clean up your desktop Icons, applications, background, etc. Avoid possible distractions!
  26. 26. Step 2. Write a script to ensure…  Your video includes everything you want  Your language is exact and concise
  27. 27. Step 3. Do a practice run  If you are using any tool or web site, practice first so you don’t get unexpected results  Don’t hesitate. Do it right or record it again
  28. 28. Step 4. Record the best audio possible Use an USB microphone: …and…
  29. 29. Step 5. Include yourself in the video  But not all the time! It gets boring.  Suggestion: only at beginning and end
  30. 30. Computer Science MOOCs: a Methodology for the Recording of Videos Manuel Castro, Mercedes Alonso-Ramos, Sergio Martin, Mª Jose Albert, Belen Moriñigo, Miguel Rodriguez-Artacho, Dario Assante mcastro@ieec.uned.es / http://es.slideshare.net/mmmcastro/

×