The next webinar in the series will be announced in due course.
Recording of the last webinar:
REC:all webinar TransLectures: cost-effective transcription and translation of videolectures (8 Jan 2013)
Video and OER/OEP. (6 June 2012)
5 Steps to Successful Flipping (Apr 25 - 2012)
VideoLAB (Jan 25 - 2012)
Lecture Capture Pedagogy (Jan 18 - 2012)
The URL for the meeting is:
Last summer Clive Young, one of the ViTAL founders was interviewed by Leon Cych of the Learn for Life initiative, based in London about his interests in educational video and the various projects he has worked on. This is the first of what will (probably) be several extracts from the interview, and explains why Clive finds video so educationally interesting.
This webinar is organised by the Media & Learning SIG on Lecture Capture and Video Use in Higher Education.While many institutions can point to savings in terms of resources and a more efficient…Continue
Started by Joasia van Kooten Mar 4.
Lecture capture is seen by many in the field as something of a guerilla technology – in other words it can be used as part of a tactic or strategy to facilitate change in higher education in a…Continue
Started by Joasia van Kooten Nov 12, 2013.
Posted by Guadalupe Holt on April 25, 2013 at 6:52
Posted by Guadalupe Holt on April 22, 2013 at 0:20
In the first semester of the one-year teacher training programme of VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of Human Movement Sciences, each year around 20 student teachers participate in the course “basic pedagogy”.
Student teachers enrolled in this course will learn to develop lesson plans based on pedagogical theories. During the course student teachers are engaging in a learning process of collaborative creation, stimulated by a…
Posted by Petra on June 14, 2012 at 13:00
Attended a very interesting Echo360 'community conference' at UCL yesterday. Several speakers from UCL including ViTAL webinar star Carl Gombrich, talking about flipping. Echo360 outlined their technical roadmap, including better editing and social learning features, quizzes and so on. All very useful but some saw a potential overlap/confusion with the VLE.
I also did a presentation reviewing how our pedagogical ideas of using video had developed and gave a snapshot of how far we had…Continue
Posted by Clive Peter Lees Young on May 3, 2012 at 10:35