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.
Over the last two years our Erasmus REC:all project has been looking at the potential of lecture capture both to support conventional teaching but more importantly to enable and encourage new learning designs such as flipping.
Lecture capture has traditionally had a bit of a bad reputation among learning technologists, encapsulated by Mark Smithers’ much-quoted blog post Is lecture capture the worst educational technology?.
However there is a growing alternative view that lecture capture, even in its classical form is in fact pedagogically richer that many might think. Moreover it can act as a gateway to enable academics to start using media to support their teaching. As one US expert…Continue
In this 11 minutes video interview I'm talking about the function of video in which manner we can assist lectureres to create quality time during colleges, to achieve higher order learning goals. Based on a recent publication of Sealfon, C.D., we have learned that students can learn lower order learning goals outside the classroom, with integration of video, text, animations, etc. and that contact time is important to achieve deeper learning.
Via the url below you can activate the video.Continue
In this clip, Salva Calvet of the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain) is talking about the integration of knowledge and instruction clips, regarded to (on of the versions) the framework of REC:all. He is also talking about the use of interactive live webinars to achieve higher order learning goals.
In the Word document you will find the evaluation of this case study.…Continue
For the REC:all pre-conference workshop in Leuven and the Lecture Capture Sessions at the Media and Learning Conference in Brussels from 11 till 13 December 2013, Mathy Vanbuel is collecting some of the most interesting publications that are related to the subjects discussed there and is postng these on the curated area of the Media and Learning Conference. Read for example Pierre Gorissen's article about "Usage Reporting on Recorded Lectures". Pierre Gorissen, of the Fontys University of Applied Sciences in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, describes his research of the use of recorded lectures by students and his analysis of student’s use of recorded…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