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.
On Thursday 5 February the M&L Association SIG on Lecture Capture & Video Use in HE will organise another webinar this time on "the creation of videos to support students’ learning".Videos are increasingly being used to support student learning with students either viewing videos or participating in the production of videos as part of their studies. This webinar will showcase two case studies from different parts in Europe (Finland & UK), where video is used to support, improve and activate students' learning. The webinar will focus on the key question of: how are university-level students & teachers currently using and producing videos to support their subject area? …Continue
This first M&L webinar in the new year will take place on Thursday 15 January, 15:00 CET and will explore how media like videos or podcasts can be used as an alternative method to assess students. An increasing number of universities globally are expanding their use of videos and visual media to support their course delivery. As a result, assessment strategies and tools are having to be developed in order to effectively support teaching and learning that use this type of media. In the 1 hour session, researchers / practitioners from the North American and European contexts will outline and discuss the interface between assessment and video use in media-rich learning environments.
M&L webinar: New assessment strategies in the media-rich class
Opencast Community Conference on Academic Video and Lecture Capture - Call for Participation
The Opencast community is a collaboration of individuals, higher education institutions and organizations working together to develop, define and document best practices for management of audiovisual content in academia. The community develops its own open source lecture capture and video management system, and shares experiences with existing technologies as well as identifying future approaches and requirements. The community seeks broad participation in this important and dynamic domain, to allow members to share expertise and experience and collaborate in related projects.
For the Opencast community summit from March 25th to 27th 2015 at University of Manchester you are invited to submit a presentation proposal and to attend this conference in order to share your projects and experiences in the field of educational video on one of the…
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