Perspectives on Video Creation to Enhance Student Learning: The Whys and Hows

Thursday, November 02 | 4:30pm - 5:20pm ET | Meeting Room 103C, 100 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
From Lightboard lectures to screen-capture lessons, instructors are using video to get students' attention. Students have been consumers of videos but now are also producing them. Video assignments increase student engagement and promote digital literacy. Learn why and how faculty utilize video, explore the challenges they face, and obtain our roadmap for success.

Outcomes: Understand why and how faculty use video to teach students * Identify key outcomes of video projects and learn how they can increase engagement and enhance learning * Learn how to plan a video-based instruction, with or without IT support

Speakers

  • Nicholas Brazzi

    Senior Staff Author, Lynda.com from LinkedIn
  • Sarah Kunze

    Instructional Designer | Innovative Media, Colgate University
  • Garrick Chow

    Senior Staff Author, Lynda.com from LinkedIn
  • Kelly Dempsey

    Instructional Designer - Learning Platforms, Colgate University