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A microlecture is a short recorded audio or video presentation on a single, tightly defined topic. Microlectures are typically produced by an instructor, who might begin by drafting a rough script that includes an introduction, a list of key points to cover, and a conclusion. Public microlecture sites such as Khan Academy and TED-Ed have made the format a familiar staple of informal learning. These short lectures encourage a self-directed model of learning, allowing students to select lessons to watch and to move through them at their own pace. Microlectures are easy to integrate into the curriculum because they can be used in a variety of ways and are short enough to fit almost anywhere, and they offer an appealing option for mobile learning.
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Recorded web seminar (you have to log in to University Business but quite interesting), methods covered:
Creating blended learning environments
Providing supplemental learning & review materials
Conducting internal campus training
Resolving student and professor absencesImproving professor and student time management in and out of the classroom
Screencast showing how it is possible to put start and end points in YouTube videos and embed them into Moodle - This technique would work for other areas
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Video lessons have become the newest trend in education. From Khan Academy to iTunes University, more and more teachers are capturing instruction on video to “flip the classroom.” Screencasting apps are cropping up right and left, allowing anyone to author their own digital content and become video instructors. An experienced user of some these apps explains the differences between them.
Free video guides taking you through my process for creating "kick ass" screencasts. Including...Writing & Planning Your Screencast, How to Setup Your Software, Audio Recording Techniques, Screen Recording Basics, Basic Video Editing, How to Add Callouts and Text, Exporting and Sharing Your Screencast etc.
So many sides to lecture capture and even more very insightful opinions in lecture capture discussion session #mlconf12 twitter.com/mpuusaar/statu…— Marko Puusaar (@mpuusaar) November 15, 2012
So many sides to lecture capture and even more very insightful opinions in lecture capture discussion session #mlconf12 twitter.com/mpuusaar/statu…
Discussion points from a session at Media & Learning, Brussels.
In a congested market this free online screen recorder for instant screen capture video sharing seems to be especially well-regarded by colleagues. The Pro deal also looks very reasonable. Worth a look.
"Current web-based lecture technologies are capable of much more than simply recording and distributing a live lecture." Results of a university study aimed to discover what teaching staff are currently doing, and what they would like to be doing with WBLT for learning and teaching. Findings indicate that teaching staff want to innovate in their use of recordings and need to be supported to do so.
A roundup of some of the best iPad screencasting apps for students and teachers. ScreenChomp, ShowMe, Educreations, Doceri, Explain Everything etc.