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.
The University of Nottingham are looking to recruit 2 or more Video Production specialists. Details can be found on http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/LD023815
Apply before Wednesday, 27th May 2015.
Video-supported learning is becoming an increasingly important part of contemporary education. Many universities and digital libraries have incorporated video into their instructional materials and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are becoming increasingly important. Mirroring the widespread adoption of video-based learning systems, in the last decade there has been an increase in research on the topic and many empirical studies have been conducted.
This one-hour M&L webinar will illustrate the recent finding from research and focus on the most effective ways to present…Continue
Presentations from the 2015 OpenCast Conference (held on 25th to 27th of March 2015 at The University of Manchester) are now available on YouTube. Just to name a few: Professor Richard J. Reece, (Associate Vice President for Teaching, Learning and Students, University of Manchester) talks about some of the technological and cultural difficulties in the wide-scale adoption of lecture capture technology over a comparatively short space of time in his University. Paul Pettit (University of Sussex), talks about ease of use for all: lecturers, students and sysadmins. For more interesting presentations check out the YouTube channel of the OpenCast 2015…Continue
Coming up this Thursday 9 April (14:30 CET), the new M&L webinar “Exploring different video formats in MOOCs” will illustrate how videos are used in Massive Open Online Courses and which characteristics and design a video content should have to be effective in a MOOC.
In recent years, MOOCs have enjoyed one of the fastest uptakes ever seen in higher education, and some consider them as a very intriguing alternative to more the traditional lecture-based instruction. The most effective MOOCs make creative use of a variety of educational strategies and frequently use multimedia to demonstrate complex subjects.
Fourth of the year, this one-hour M&L webinar will highlight the use of videos in MOOCs and how to improve their value and format. Specifically, participants will…Continue
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