Asynchronous Presentation

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Asynchronous Presentation

  1. 1. General Overview • include multiple learning styles: • verbal • auditory • visual • kinesthetic • Mix it up: include passive and active presentation models • Provide opportunities for students to uncover under- standing rather than feeding learning to students • think about download size • http://www.onlineconversion.com/downloadspeed.htm • chunk into readable/viewable pieces Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  2. 2. Text: • on-screen length - to scroll or not to scroll • easy to read font (sans serif for screen, serif for print) • readable size font • (remember that mac users have a lower screen resolution so don’t go too small) • readability (grade level): • http://standards-schmandards.com/exhibits/rix/index.php • Formats: • .txt, .doc / .docx, .rtf • .xls /.xlsx, .csv • .ppt / .pptx, .pps / .ppsx • .pdf Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  3. 3. Audio/Video: • 5-7 minute length audio/video lectures Audio file types: • .mp3 • .wav • .aif • .wma Video file types: • .mpg • .swf • .(wmv or .mov) Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  4. 4. Images: • take into consideration colors – avoid pastels • resolution: • small enough to fit on screen but large enough to see details • color blindness (8-12% of males, .04-1% of females) • green/red - combinations most common • Check website: http://colorfilter.wickline.org/ • file types: • .jpg • .gif • .png • Online Imwage Editing: http://pixlr.com Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  5. 5. Getting Student’s Attention: • http://blabberize.com/view?id=79944 Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  6. 6. VoiceThreads http://voicethread.com Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  7. 7. Spanish Grammar Class Instructor speaking: Student speaking: Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  8. 8. Math Example: http://voicethread.com/#q.b8752.i68307 Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  9. 9. Other VoiceThread Examples: • http://voicethread.com/?#u4289.b3352.i28616 Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  10. 10. Other VoiceThread Examples: • http://voicethread.com/#q+art.b81021.i420528º Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  11. 11. Other VoiceThread Examples: • http://voicethread.com/#q.b48359.i253692 Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  12. 12. What others are using it for: • Discussion Board Alternative • Visual and Oral Assessments • Instructor Presentation • Student Presentations • Tutorials • Assignment/Syllabus Overview • Digital Portfolios • Audio Feedback for individual Students • Lab reports • Math process Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  13. 13. Account Information: Free: - unlimited commenting, 3 voicethreads, 75 MG free stor- age space • Single user – unlimited number of voicethreads, 10 G stor- age space, phone commenting, archival movie exports, create and manage groups • Higher Ed Manager – create accounts for students and col- leagues Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  14. 14. Discussion Board Rubric Examples: http://www.udel.edu/janet/MARC2006/rubric.html http://www.txdla.org/Conference/2008/program/presenterre- sources/299_DiscussionBoardRubrics.pdf Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  15. 15. Video: YouTube and other Video/Film Resources The periodic table of video - all the elements explained. • http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Rock Videos • https://www.e-education.psu.edu/geosc10_web/l13_p2.html Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  16. 16. Created for education, the edu site was created specifically for college and unversities to act as a filter. • http://www.youtube.com and http://www.youtube.com/edu A site created specifcally for instructional videos • http://www.teachertube.com/ Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  17. 17. Audio: Podcasting and other Audio Resources Collections of recordings: • http://odeo.com/ • http://epnweb.org/index.php Foreign Language (including english as a sec- ond language and business english) • http://www.openculture.com/2006/10/ foreign_languag.html iTunes University - specifically for college and universities: • iTunesU Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  18. 18. Nibepedia http://nibipedia.com/ Example: http://www.nibipedia.com/app.html?view=video&channel=nibi pedia&playlist=545D828359E5CC5B&videoId=iZsVrHCPOio Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning
  19. 19. Powerpoint How to avoid a bad Powerpoint presentation. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cagxPlVqrtM Adding Audio Narration to a Powerpoint • http://www.slideshare.net/delhionlineeducation/adding-au- dio-narration-to-powerpoint Slideware: a place to store and share your presentations: • http://www.slideshare.net Center for Distance Education & Independent Learning

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