Location

Imholte 109

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

13-6-2017 2:20 PM

End Date

13-6-2017 3:00 PM

Description

The experiences of passively watching a video online and actively engaging in a lecture in person are markedly different. During an on-campus lecture, an instructor has the ability to pose questions to students and give individualized feedback based on responses. In an online environment, however, these questions are at best rhetorical, and students' ability to receive feedback on their responses is limited. As a result, students are unable to check their understanding of a topic while watching a video. Similarly, non-classroom environments may prove to be more distracting for students, and the resulting potential decrease in engagement may be detrimental to learning outcomes. We will share some video tools that allow you to add questions and other interactive elements to your videos. We will also show some examples of completed videos and share useful tips and resources.

Multiple Audiences.

EngagingStudentLearningwithInteractiveVideos Handout.pdf (103 kB)
Engaging Student Learning with Interactive Videos Handout

EDPuzzle Slide Deck.pdf (1597 kB)
EDPuzzle

Narrate Your PowerPoint with Mix Demo.pdf (2150 kB)
Narrate Your PowerPoint with Mix Demo

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Jun 13th, 2:20 PM Jun 13th, 3:00 PM

Engaging Student Learning with Interactive Videos

Imholte 109

The experiences of passively watching a video online and actively engaging in a lecture in person are markedly different. During an on-campus lecture, an instructor has the ability to pose questions to students and give individualized feedback based on responses. In an online environment, however, these questions are at best rhetorical, and students' ability to receive feedback on their responses is limited. As a result, students are unable to check their understanding of a topic while watching a video. Similarly, non-classroom environments may prove to be more distracting for students, and the resulting potential decrease in engagement may be detrimental to learning outcomes. We will share some video tools that allow you to add questions and other interactive elements to your videos. We will also show some examples of completed videos and share useful tips and resources.

Multiple Audiences.