There are many benefits to using video within your teaching, and learning resources for the students including pedagogical benefits, and also benefits for you as a tutor such as:
- Increased student motivation
- Enhanced learning experience
- Enhanced team working and communication skills
- Learning resources for future cohorts to use
- More engagement from students
Ways to use video in teaching and learning:
Before the module starts
- Pre-course video
Start of the module
- Module Introduction
- Lecture Capture
- Flipped classroom screencasts
- Experiential video
- Recorded TV program
- In-class screencasts
- Assignment Brief
- Revision screencasts
- Videos as student assessment
- Video Feedback
- Video Tutorials
- Screencast O’Matic – A simple and free tool to do quick and easy screencasts - http://screencast-o-matic.com/home
- Camtasia – A more advanced piece of software with effective editing capabilities to enhance your screencasts further -https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
- Screen casting information on iPark - https://ipark.hud.ac.uk/content/screencasting?q=content/screencasting
- Screencasting with Powerpoint:
- Videoscribe – Easy to use Whiteboard/Presentation Tool. (We have a site license for this) - http://www.videoscribe.co/
- Prezi - Animation and presentation tool - https://prezi.com/
- Simply speaking directly to a camera/webcam talking to the students.
- Learning Bytes slides (Innovative uses of Video in Teaching and Learning) - https://ipark.hud.ac.uk/sites/default/files/VideosinT&LDec15.pdf
References to Scholarly Articles:
DeCesare, J. A. (2014). The expanding role of online video in teaching, learning, and research. Library Technology Reports, 50(2), 5.
Majekodunmi, N., & Murnaghan, K. (2012). "in our own words": Creating videos as teaching and learning tools. Partnership : The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 7(2), 1.
Mendez, A., Seikaly, H., Ansari, K., Murphy, R., & Cote, D. (2014). High definition video teaching module for learning neck dissection. Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery = Le Journal d'Oto-Rhino-Laryngologie Et De Chirurgie Cervico-Faciale, 43(1), 7-7.
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