REC:all is transnational learning technology project supported by the European Commission under the Life Long Learning Programme, it aims to explore new ways in which lecture capture can become more pedagogically valuable and engaging, and is investigating a variety of learning design, technical and legal issues.
In 2012, Russell J. Mumper and his team flipped a required first-year pharmaceutics course at the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. They offloaded all lectures to self-paced online videos and used class time to engage students in active learning exercises. In the article "The Flipped Classroom: A Course Redesign to Foster Learning and Engagement in a Health Professions School", they describe the philosophy and methodology used to redesign their course and outline the research they conducted to investigate the resulting outcomes. This article serves as a guide to instructors and educational programs seeking to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative and practical strategies to transform students’ learning experience. As class attendance, students’ learning, and the perceived value of this model all increased following participation in the flipped classroom, the authors conclude that this approach…Continue
Are you or do you know anyone running academic support activities to help staff use technology (lecture capture, knowledge clips, flipping the classroom etc.) to enhance the student learning experience?
We are currently planning our new webinar series for autumn 2014 and would like to organise one on this topic!
Please e-mail your suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your input!
The process of capturing and delivering video lectures is one of the cost-effective teaching methodologies employed by online and on-campus academic institutions under the flipped or blended learning model (non-traditional classroom models combining both online and actual lectures). By using any type of cam-cording device, educators can either pre-record lectures to their students ahead of time to be…Continue
Video improves learning outcomes and the overall student experience, and also has positive impact on student enrolment and retention, according to survey by Kaltura Inc.
The study’s major findings include:
Discussion on future of lecture capture technologyfollow-up on the REC:all webinar held on 18 December 2013 with Abton Bollen from TechSmith, JJ van Delsen from Panopto and Andy Wasklewicz from…Continue
Video and audio for assessmentWednesday, 6 February 13:15 - 14:00 (UK time)- Discuss the issues with assessment and how technology can enable effective assessment; - Provide examples of tools used…Continue