Creating video to support teaching and learning: Thursday June 12, 1-4 pm

Location

C15 Pope Building, University Park
Date(s)
Thursday 12th June 2014 (13:00-16:00)

Creating video to support teaching and learning
(“Changing the Learning Landscape” insights) 

 

This Higher Education Academy (HEA) sponsored event will be an opportunity for participants involved in the creation of video for teaching and learning to share their experiences and insights and to network with other practitioners.

The event will disseminate insights and lessons learnt from an HEA funded ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ mini-project undertaken at Nottingham, to install a ‘self-service’ studio.

The event provides an excellent opportunity for participants to develop technical and pedagogical support networks.

Please register at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-video-to-support-teaching-and-learning-changing-the-learning-landscape-insights-tickets-11735433999   or http://tiny.cc/nzfbgx

Programme

 

1.00pm: Arrival and registration (refreshments available on arrival)
1.15pm Welcome, overview of the day, background to the HEA ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ Programme (Sally Hanford and Terry McAndrew (HEA))
1.25pm Insights and lessons learnt from the HEA funded ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ mini project to install a ‘self-service’ studio at Nottingham (Sally Hanford – Learning Technology, Nottingham)
1.40pm Kaltura is the company that provides the video management and publishing platform in use at the University of Nottingham. The solution empowers staff to easily publish and share video (Charlotte Copeman from Kaltura)
2.00pm JISC DIgital Media and the Video Production infokit (Steve Hullo, JISC Digital Media)
2.30pm Refreshments, followed by studio ‘hands on’ demonstration and group discussions.
3.45pm Concluding comments and questions.
4.00pm Close

Source: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/teaching/events/video-in-tandl.aspx

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