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Promise and Perils of Mobile Streaming Video Using Periscope

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During this presentation at OLC Accelerate 2016, learn about one online instructor’s quest to implement live online video presentations and discussion using the mobile video streaming app Periscope. An overview of the opportunities, lessons learned, and tips for other educators interested in implementing similar online video streaming apps in their online teaching will be shared. More information and links to additional resources and samples mentioned during the session are provided at http://jasonrhode.com/periscope

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Promise and Perils of Mobile Streaming Video Using Periscope

  1. 1. Promise and Perils of Mobile Streaming Video Using Jason Rhode @jasonrhode Northern Illinois University
  2. 2. @jasonrhode Participate from your device Step 1: Install free Periscope app on your device Step 2: Follow @JasonRhode
  3. 3. @jasonrhode Presenter
  4. 4. @jasonrhode Session Summary Learn about one online instructor’s quest to implement live online video presentations and discussion using the mobile video streaming app Periscope. An overview of the opportunities, lessons learned, and tips for other educators interested in implementing similar online video streaming apps in their online teaching will be shared.
  5. 5. @jasonrhode Outline Why What How Q&A Why video? Why mobile? Quick overview of features How to get started Lessons learned by the instructor Demo Thoughts on usefulness moving forward Tips and suggestions for others
  6. 6. @jasonrhode Why
  7. 7. @jasonrhode Why Not Video? Haven’ttriedbefore Want to keep course materials accessible Don’twantvideospublic Use alternative text & audio communications CC-BY Cory Doctorow :: flickr.com/photos/doctorow/2907468686
  8. 8. @jasonrhode Why Video?
  9. 9. @jasonrhode Video on Course Home Page Embedded using Video Everywhere, accessible Player Controls button included
  10. 10. @jasonrhode Video in Instructor Info Page sample captioned course welcome video at youtu.be/EQBOmzQ_ML0 Embedded with content item, icons hidden
  11. 11. @jasonrhode Video Course Tour sample screencast course tour at youtu.be/NVGdoYo7mMM Embedded using Video Everywhere, accessible Player Controls included
  12. 12. @jasonrhode Video in Announcement Embedded in Announcement, playable in LMS
  13. 13. @jasonrhode Video in Course Unit In Blackboard, if added using Video Anywhere, accessible Player Controls are included
  14. 14. @jasonrhode Video Resources Video embedded as well as link provided for viewing in LMS or in new browser tab
  15. 15. @jasonrhode Video in Discussion Instructions sample how-to screencast for video discussion at youtu.be/ced-qu-N3Yk Embedded in Discussion Forum instructions
  16. 16. @jasonrhode Video Discussion
  17. 17. @jasonrhode Video Journal
  18. 18. @jasonrhode Playlist Link and Info in LMS
  19. 19. @jasonrhode Viewing Playlist on Smart Phone
  20. 20. @jasonrhode Viewing Playlist on Tablet
  21. 21. @jasonrhode Viewing Video on Smart Phone
  22. 22. @jasonrhode Viewing Video on Tablet
  23. 23. @jasonrhode Video Feedback
  24. 24. @jasonrhode Why Periscope?
  25. 25. @jasonrhode California House members were the public's eyes during the Democrats' gun control sit-in
  26. 26. @jasonrhode House Democrats Deliver Gun Control Sit-In via Periscope
  27. 27. @jasonrhode Clinton on Periscope
  28. 28. @jasonrhode Trump on Periscope
  29. 29. @jasonrhode
  30. 30. @jasonrhode Pre-broadcast Launch app Go live in a few quick steps
  31. 31. @jasonrhode Viewing Followers receive push notification when streaming live Viewers can heart and comment in real-time
  32. 32. @jasonrhode Typing Viewers can easily and quickly type comments for all viewers to see
  33. 33. @jasonrhode Replay Streams automatically recorded, can be easily replayed Video files automatically saved to host’s device camera roll
  34. 34. @jasonrhode Watch Watch previous videos from within user profile in app
  35. 35. @jasonrhode Map Video steams automatically geotagged, can be located and viewed on map
  36. 36. @jasonrhode Profile Social network connectedness Community-building
  37. 37. @jasonrhode periscope.tv/jasonrhode
  38. 38. @jasonrhode Promise
  39. 39. @jasonrhode Use Cases • Sharing live video from breaking news or events • Video introductions from instructor to new topics • Brief commentary on topics of discussion • Others?
  40. 40. @jasonrhode What
  41. 41. @jasonrhode Settings Notifications Address Book
  42. 42. @jasonrhode Settings (cont.) Your Broadcasts Comment Moderation Preferences
  43. 43. @jasonrhode Groups Option to create group, invite followers, only share with group members
  44. 44. @jasonrhode Preparing Broadcast Descriptive title Include course hashtag Front camera by default, then can switch to rear camera
  45. 45. @jasonrhode Start Broadcast Default is for public broadcast, but can change before starting Location sharing, chat, Twitter sharing options
  46. 46. @jasonrhode Camera Options Can switch cameras on phone (double- tap)
  47. 47. @jasonrhode Push Notification Followers receive push notification of live broadcast
  48. 48. @jasonrhode Broadcast Notifications Notifications as viewers join broadcast Number of live viewers shown
  49. 49. @jasonrhode Viewer Sharing Viewers can easily share text comment, screenshot, and/or broadcast on Twitter (if enabled by broadcaster)
  50. 50. @jasonrhode Text Comments Viewers can comment on discussion using text during the live stream
  51. 51. @jasonrhode Responses Viewers can easily respond to other viewers’ comments
  52. 52. @jasonrhode Highlights Stats on stream views and interaction available
  53. 53. @jasonrhode Share Recording Recordings can easily be shared on social media or link
  54. 54. @jasonrhode Geotagging If location sharing enabled, streams are geotagged and public steams can be viewed from map
  55. 55. @jasonrhode Uploading Saved Video to YouTube
  56. 56. @jasonrhode How
  57. 57. @jasonrhode Demo
  58. 58. @jasonrhode Perils
  59. 59. @jasonrhode Portrait Videos Don’t Upload Well to YouTube
  60. 60. @jasonrhode Uploads of Saved Periscope Videos Often Fail
  61. 61. @jasonrhode 5 Tips for Getting Started 1. Link your Twitter account 2. Pick a hashtag, reuse 3. Setup Periscope group for your class 4. Stream in portrait mode if wishing to save and upload to YouTube 5. Share links to recorded videos and/or embed in LMS for students who can’t participate live
  62. 62. @jasonrhode Lessons Learned • Students find video communications and resources very helpful • Videos don’t need to be polished to be effective • Recordings of streamed videos from Periscope are more easily reused in YouTube if portrait orientation • Live streaming mobile video effective for niche use cases
  63. 63. @jasonrhode Q&A
  64. 64. Promise and Perils of Mobile Streaming Video Using Jason Rhode @jasonrhode slides & links available at jasonrhode.com/periscope

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