Faculty and Students Working beyond the Classroom: Flipped Knowledge Production

Wednesday, February 05 | 10:45AM–11:30AM | Belle Chasse
Session Type: Professional Development
We will show how social media features that accompany lecture capture technology such as bookmarking and discussion tools can be used to mine captures for reusable content. This content can then be repurposed in learning modules for a flipped classroom, online course, or even a MOOC. We will focus on one professor's workflow, in which classroom lectures are recorded wholesale with lecture capture software and then reviewed and annotated by students using the collaborative features of a lecture capture tool. We will discuss our failed workflows and the scalability of this approach and offer suggestions for involving students in the creation of remixable online content.

OUTCOMES: Understand how lecture capture technology can be used to mine lectures, how mined content can be repurposed for various other contexts, and how faculty and students can participate in annotating captured lectures * Get a lecture-structure checklist that makes lectures the most suitable for mining * Get examples of student "assignment" prompts for annotating captured lectures

Presenters

  • Susan Pennestri

    Senior Director of Digital Learning & Operations, Pomona College

Resources & Downloads

http://youtu.be/C2UvMvvUZfU